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McComb District and Curriculum
McComb Public Schools believe that he pursuit of education leads to excellence, and they expect each child to aim for high academic achievement. These schools also take part in the Advanced Accreditation process, which measures them against the other high level schools in the state. Through the use of a curriculum focused on developing a depth of knowledge within each subject, students become well prepared for future academic and professional pursuits.
We currently cover the following McComb-area school district: McComb Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the McComb District Curriculum
McComb Public School follows the Mississippi Department of Education standards. In Mathematics, this means that children receive a well-rounded approach to math. They learn basic skills such as addition, subtraction, division and multiplication, plus they are shown how to solve geometry, algebraic and calculus formulas. Each school believes in using the Internet to help re-enforce the topics that the students learn in class. To help in this way they regularly use several mathematics sites that cover these topics.
The Language Arts program at McComb Public Schools aids in the education of writing and reading. The students learn how to write factually and creatively through exercises in class and on the computer. They are given time to create comic strips, write reports, read various genres of books and listen for details when others are reading aloud. The combined emphases on these skills helps students understand how the language can be used most effectively to convey and recognize meaning.
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Keeping Informed: Recent McComb Educational News
- Students Visit Washington, D.C. - To compete in the National History Day competition at the University of Maryland, several students from McComb High School visited Washington, D.C. The students had created a documentary film which they then presented at the event. Other entries included exhibits, websites and performances. In order to make it to this level, these students won the History contest at their local and state levels.
- AdvancED Accreditation - McComb Schools are a part of the AdvancED Accreditation program. This program oversees the schools' progression in academic excellence. Each school in the district undergoes a review which takes five years to complete. The completion of the process shows the commitment that the school places in high achievement, academically.
- National Honor Society Induction - McComb Public Schools inducted several students into the National Honor Society. This organization highlights outstanding students that make excellence in character, service, scholarship and leadership a part of their daily life.
McComb 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: Helping a Child With Homework
Parents often face the dilemma of how to assist their child when it comes to their homework. Here are some ideas to help out. The child's homework area should be a quiet, well-lit area of the home with access to reference materials that may be needed, such as a dictionary, thesaurus, paper and writing instruments. Show children the significance of their education, in a positive way, by doing participating in a way. Lastly, if a child asks for help with their homework, do not give them the answer, instead guide them to the answer, so they learn how to do the work on their own. With these basics, the child and the parent have an idea of how to handle a child's homework.