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Melbourne District and Curriculum

In Reading/Language Arts, students learn letters, letter sounds, listening comprehension, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and spelling. The writing portion of the curriculum teaches the writing process, ideas, organization, word choice, voice, sentence fluency, and conventions. The middle school reading program emphasizes phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. High school reading builds upon what is learned in elementary and middle school; in addition, students focus on word study. Young writers in middle and high school learn about poetry, short stories, drama, nonfiction, and novels.

We currently cover the following Melbourne-area school district: Brevard Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Melbourne District Curriculum

The elementary Mathematics curriculum for Brevard Public Schools includes ordinal and cardinal numbers, 2-D and 3-D shapes, length, weight, height, patterns, time, place value, addition, subtraction, estimation, multiples, factors, skip-counting, geometry, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, ratios, graphs, and data analysis. In middle school, students begin to apply mathematics in algebra and geometry.

The Science curriculum used in elementary schools within Brevard Public Schools teaches the practice of science, organization and development of living organisms, heredity and reproduction, interdependence, earth structures, earth systems and patterns, properties of matter, changes in matter, forms of energy, forces and changes in motion, characteristics of scientific knowledge, theories, laws, hypotheses, models, earth in space and time, energy transfer and transformations, motion of objects, and diversity and evolution of living organisms. Middle school students are again exposed to scientific investigation, the earth, energy, living organisms, space, and matter. And in high school, students may choose to explore anatomy & physiology, biology, chemistry, integrated science, and physics.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Melbourne Educational News

  • Increased Test Scores - Students in Brevard County Public Schools are scoring higher than average students on the ACT, an important college entrance exam. This brings hope to students that are planning to attain a college education.
  • FCAT Results - Most of the elementary and middle schools within Brevard County have received an A from the Florida Department of Education. These grades are based upon how well students do on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test.
  • Employee of the Year - Brevard County Public Schools has six finalists for Employee of the Year. Three of the finalists are from schools in Melbourne, signifying the excellence in instruction occurring in the schools daily.

Melbourne 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.

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Unless information is used regularly, it will be forgotten. This is why it is important to help your student think about academic subjects during school breaks. Here are some fun ways to keep his or her mind active. Visit the library and participate in a reading program if it is available. Take trips to parks and nature centers. Buy simple science experiments to do together. Play educational games. Review math and nutrition by cooking meals together. Allow the student to explore interests such as art. Buy puzzle books. Enroll your student in summer camps. Limit television and computer time. School breaks should be fun, but keeping the mind active will help the transition back into academic success.