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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Midlothian District Curriculum
Social Studies introduces students to the world close at hand and countries far away. Students, at first, become acquainted with their community and state. They learn the history behind each of these and the people that are required to help them run smoothly. When they become familiar with these ideas, they are then introduced to ancient civilization and cultures, as well as those around the world today. They also find out how geography plays a role in the settlements of these diverse areas.
The mathematics curriculum at Midlothian Independent School District helps students feel comfortable around numbers and the ways they can be used. From the moment they enter school students learn how to assign numbers to each item in a set. They then discover how to combine sets, or to take away items in a set, to create an equation. Soon they learn how to use numbers to solve algebraic problems or to find the volume of a cylinder. By the time they graduate the students will be able to solve any numeric problem that they come across.
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Midlothian District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Midlothian Independent School District helps create successful citizens by relying on their faculty, parents and the community to provide relevance in the students’ education. The curriculum uses the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills as its foundation. Students come away with the knowledge of how to use effective literacy, communication and problem-solving strategies and how they are used in real world applications. The schools also provide students with extracurricular options and career-related electives to help prepare their transition to post-secondary life.
We currently cover the following Midlothian-area school district: Midlothian Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Midlothian Educational News
- Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - The Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is for students that are interested in Family and Consumer Sciences. Through this group students are able to grow in the areas of personal growth, leadership development and career preparation. Students can then take their skills and knowledge and participate in contests throughout the state and the nation.
- Future Farmers of America - FFA used to stand for Future Farmers of America, now it is open to any student that wants to have a future in the field of agriculture. This is an area that covers quite a few career choices, including botanists, chemists, veterinarians and more. Students can take skills that they acquire and compete in various judging contests and in contests of knowledge.
- Interact Club - Interact is a service club that is sponsored by Rotary, International. Students that participate in Interact take a responsibility of helping the community and their school. They discover ways to interact with people in those areas while committing to assist in service projects in the community and one that helps them grow in their understanding of their connection to the world.
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Chalk Talk: How to Get the Attention of College Admissions
Each admissions office receives stacks of applications from students that want to go to college at their school. To help a student gain the attention of the college admissions officer, there are a few things to try. The first thing that the college sees is the application, to be placed on top of the stack a student needs to remember to be creative. There are usually areas which include an essay, short answers, or supplements which each allows for a student’s individuality to shine through. While being creative, make sure to write to the prompt and to check to make sure that it is well-written and that it does not sound too casual. Finally, make sure that the answer reflects the student’s personality and demonstrates the student’s merits. With these ideas tucked away, a student’s application has a better chance of shining when it enters the admissions office.