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Monroe District and Curriculum

Monroe City Schools use state academic standards in all subject areas which have been developed in line with the Common Core Standards model for instruction. This model emphasizes Math and Literacy and their connections to learning in other areas. Subject area learning is detailed from K-12 with the relevant skills and knowledge that students will be expected to gain.

We currently cover the following Monroe-area school district: Monroe City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Monroe District Curriculum

Younger students learn math through a “hands-on” approach that makes learning real to them. As students grow and develop, they take that learning and apply it to more rigorous concepts as they learn numeracy, measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability. Students will be expected to work with different types of equations, functions and models as they develop their mathematic thinking.

Students grow and develop in literacy-rich classrooms and environments. Reading a variety of texts, magazines, books, digital and media sources helps students to develop into strong readers and writers. Being able to understand and analyze text develops critical thinking skills as well as helps students understand ways to approach writing. In upper grades, students depend on those skills to express their thoughts and how they have solved problems in other subject areas such as Math and Social Studies. The Monroe City School district works to educate students to be productive citizens and creative thinkers in the world around them.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Monroe Educational News

  • Celebrate History with Edutopia - Edutopia, an educational technology association, has provided interesting and engaging tools to use as students learn more about specialized topics in history. It’s a great resource for research and brainstorming!
  • Empowering Parents as Teachers Too! - Monroe City Schools hold Parent-Teacher Conferences to provide parents with ideas on how to support their children toward success in school. There are several events each year for parents such as the Fall Parent Advisory Group, Literacy Nights, and Community Involvement events.
  • Parent Power: You are Your Child’s First and Most Important Teacher! - The district offers a vast range of resources for parents that can help them to support their children in school. There are different ideas for helping with core academic learning as well as links to unique ideas. Looking through the offerings with your child may help them come up with ideas for knowledge pursuits of their own.

Monroe 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: How to Create a Homework Habitat

A designated “homework spot” at home helps students do their best! Knowing your child’s study habits will help families design a place for students to complete homework each day. Here are some tips to consider when choosing a place.

Designate a regularly scheduled time in the afternoon or evening to complete homework. Select a place that is near a parent, and is quiet and peaceful during “homework time.” If the child needs to use a computer to complete work, make sure it is near a parent for supervision and help. If a child is challenged with staying on task or finishing in a timely manner, consider using a timer and separating longer activities into shorter chunks of time. Reward students when finished. An example might be 5 more minutes of playtime or game time.