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Maysville District and Curriculum

Mason County School District is a district containing 4 schools: 1 high school, 1 middle school, 1 intermediate school, and 1 elementary school. The district strives for its students to achieve academic success within the standards of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards as well as the Common Core Initiatives. In January 2014, the district began using Project Lead the Way curriculum to its students K-12. Teachers are encouraged to consult each other on learning material as students progress so that they can prepare their students for each grade level as their students move forward.

We currently cover the following Maysville-area school district: Mason County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Maysville District Curriculum

Mason County School District ensures its students success by following the Kentucky Core Academic Standards as appointed by the Kentucky Department of Education. When students first enter into the district’s K-12 system, they will learn fundamentals of material from all disciplines. The elementary school students will learn the alphabet and word formations early on to form the basis of their understanding of reading and writing later on.

High school students within the district engage in activities which encourage community awareness and collaboration with peers. The essential areas of study of English language arts and math are taught by the standards of the Core Curriculum Initiative, where students follow set guidelines for ensuring they graduate high school and are prepared for college should they choose to go down that path. The arts and humanities department teaches students basics of visual art with classes devoted to hands-on practice with painting or photography.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Maysville Educational News

  • Mason County Schools Implement Project Lead the Way in All Public Schools - The district began the Project Lead the Way curriculum early this year, which focuses on STEM learning. It is the first to do so within the state. Project Lead the Way is a STEM program which teaches skills for students interested in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • STEAM Academy to Be Built for Mason County Schools - The Mason County Board of Education approved development of an academy within the school district which will focus on teaching science, technology, engineering, agriculture, and math. This will offer students a smaller community in which to pursue educational opportunities in areas of future interest.
  • Schools Near Lexington Receive 8,000 Backpack Handouts - The YMCA is distributing nearly 8,000 backpacks to students around the Lexington area during back-to-school rallies. This is a community wide effort where families are both giving and receiving school supplies and making sure students have everything they need for the upcoming year.

Maysville Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Pacing Yourself

Middle and high school students can be overwhelmed by the amount of work they must complete throughout the school year, particularly high schoolers. Keeping momentum during the year can be difficult as students are preparing for exit exams and the college admissions process. Implementing certain skills or methods you already use is beneficial to keeping anxiety levels down about how much work you have in front of you. This can be as simple as keeping a calendar close to you so you can consult it if you’re asked to participate in other activities, or when new projects are presented. Keeping your time organized is important if you want to succeed, and using a calendar is one of the easiest ways to do this. Have a bulletin board in front of your study area so that you can pin bigger projects and your ideas about them on a notecard for easy and visible reference. Ask your teacher to give you study tips for problematic subject areas if you find yourself struggling and incorporate these into your study habits.