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Meredith, New Hampshire Tutoring Programs
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Meredith District and Curriculum
The Inter-Lakes School District uses the NH College and Career Ready Standards which have been developed to provide teachers with clear learning standards that their students need to achieve. The standards represent the building blocks of learning in each subject and is organized based around the key topics of the subject. The standards also incorporate critical thinking goals such as analysis and reasoning in each subject so that students experience both breadth and depth in their learning. College and career standards also include beyond the classroom goals that students gain through experiences like community service and participating in extracurricular groups.
We currently cover the following Meredith-area school district: Inter-Lakes School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Meredith District Curriculum
The Math curriculum prepares students for the real, math-based world in which they live and offers accelerated course options for students who wish to pursue math, science, or a related discipline in college. In the traditional English course offerings, students are able to take classes such as Creative Fiction and Nonfiction and Literary Criticism. For high school students who are severely struggling in reading and writing, the school’s reading specialist provides direct instruction through an intensive comprehensive reading intervention program.
Inter-Lakes School District also provides innovative and unique academic opportunities for students. The school’s library media center offers students the opportunity to communicate with students from countries around the world through their digital media services. There is also a strong arts program that allows students to explore common traits of various pieces of art, and analyze the sources of inspiration they have nearby to help them develop ideas for their own art pieces. To gain perspective, students explore artwork from national and international artists.
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- Guidance Counseling Services - The guidance department provides students with a number of services from assistance with course planning to locating enrichment programs that would support their interests. The guidance counselors are invaluable in all areas of college planning and can help students understand the application process for scholarships, financial aid, and college acceptance.
- Athletic Opportunities - Students at Inter-Lakes School District are encouraged to participate on a sports team. Students who are involved with sports are able to establish healthy exercise habits at an early age and also have the chance to work with their team on projects in the community.
- Library and Media Services - The library is a resource at the high school which all students are encouraged to take advantage of. The library offers students the normal range of quiet study and book browsing opportunities, and also provides a variety of research tools that students need to be familiar with in order to do independent work. Learning about how to use library resources helps students a great deal when they arrive at college.
Meredith 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: Life Skills for College
Students need more than academic skills to succeed in college. They need to be aware of some basic life skills to survive. First, they need to be able to set priorities. Parents may need to remind them that while at college, school work comes first, in spite of the opportunities to take part in activities, even if they seem related to academia. Next, when a child goes to college, they are faced with a variety of stress. Knowing how to manage this is key. The summer before college, encourage the child to get enough sleep and exercise, so when they head off to college these will be a natural part of their lives. Many universities and colleges offer students a variety of foods at each meal. By teaching the teen how to make wise choices in the variety, parents are helping their kids stay healthy.