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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Moncks Corner District Curriculum
The district has a large Instruction and Accountability team. The following individuals integrate their efforts with the Associate Superintendent of Instruction and Accountability: the Director of Adult Community Education, the Director of Career & Technical Education, the Director of Counseling Services, the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, the Director of Data Management, the Director of Federal & State Programs, the Director of Innovation and School Improvement, and the Director of Programs for Students with Disabilities.
Berkeley County's Best Practices involve establishing an engaging learning environment, teachers modeling a love for the learning process, helping students gain respect for multiple perspectives, active and hands-on learning, student and teacher reflection, and the growth of teachers and learners. Stratford High School is home to various academies that allow students to pursue career interests in Arts and Humanities; Business and Information Systems; Health Sciences, Human and Public Services; and Engineering, Manufacturing and Industrial Technologies.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Moncks Corner students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Moncks Corner District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Berkeley County School District is a very large, 9,600-student school district that serves the Berkeley County, SC area. The district also covers a part of Charleston, SC as well as the Cainhoy Peninsula. The district is home to 19 elementary schools, three intermediate schools, eight middle schools, and eight high schools which all share the same curricular framework so that students don’t lose any ground if they move between schools. The following individuals work with the Director of Curriculum and Instruction to streamline learning: the English Language Arts Coordinators, the Math Coordinators, the Science Coordinator, the Social Studies Coordinator, the Fine Arts Coordinator, and the Coordinator of Gifted Education.
We currently cover the following Moncks Corner-area school district: Berkeley County School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Moncks Corner Educational News
- 100+ Dads Join BMS Students for First Day of School - On the first day of school, 107 fathers accompanied their children to school and participated in Berkeley Middle School's Million Father March (MFM). Each father signed a pledge to commit at least one additional school day to supporting his/her child and the school.
- Three Third Graders Honored for SC History Projects - The Berkeley County School District and the Chamber of Commerce honored the top three finishers—third graders—in the first ever "Tell Us a Story" project. The classes worked with the district's social studies curriculum coordinator on a project that focused on South Carolina history, and the students did an exceptional job. The students in the 16 classes that participated in the project were required to create a visual display and give a brief oral presentation.
- Car Dealership Partnership Provides Berkeley Students with New Opportunities - Berkeley County School District recently entered into a partnership with the Stokes Honda North managers, who will work with students in the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Industrial Technologies Academy at Stratford High School. The school will open a "Quick Lube" training center which will prepare students for work in the automotive industry in training them for entry-level service tasks. Stokes Honda will fund and provide work-based experiences such as job shadowing, internships, and a Technician Apprenticeship Program.
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Chalk Talk: Commonly Confused Words
It can be easy for students to mix up commonly confused words. "Passed" and "past" are often used incorrectly; the former is used as the past tense of the word pass, while the latter identifies something that has already happened. "Farther" is used to when talking about moving toward a greater distance, while "further" may be used when talking about an addition (i.e.: furthermore). "Weather" refers to the cold and the rain, and "whether" is another word for "if." One more: Students confuse "than" and "then" commonly. "Than" is used when referencing difference, and "then" is another word for "next." For example: "Jen's phone has more apps THAN Becca's does." "First, we went swimming in the water. THEN, we sat out in the sun to dry off."