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Moraine District and Curriculum

Students in preschool through high school in Moraine attend school in the Dayton Public School System. Dayton has 30 schools where more than 14,000 students participate in highly engaging and rigorous educational activities. It is a diverse district, in which students learn alongside students and teachers from a variety of different sociocultural backgrounds. The district’s gifted program offers accelerated learning for students that demonstrate academic giftedness. Pre-IB and honors courses at the middle school level give younger students challenging experiences to prepare them for high school level work. The district’s Neighborhood School Centers ensure students and their families have the resources they need to be successful in school as well.

We currently cover the following Moraine-area school district: Dayton Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Moraine District Curriculum

Middle school students in Moraine learn take part in a social studies curriculum that reviews ancient peoples, from Greece through the first global age in Europe. Students examine Greece and Rome, noting the various reasons for their successes in building enormous empires. Students also explore the reasons for the eventual demise of both civilizations. Learners look at the empires of the East as well, including China and Korea. The advances of Middle Eastern civilizations are also discussed. Students identify the achievements of Islamic states, including those in medicine, math, and science.

The financial literacy curriculum in Moraine highlights the role of entrepreneurial business in the American economy. Students explore the scope of entrepreneurship and how it is the engine of the nation’s economic activities. Learners identify the various factors that make success in entrepreneurship possible. They additionally learn about what entrepreneurs can do to endanger their business. The personal qualities of the entrepreneur are examined as well, and students reflect on their skills to determine their own entrepreneurial potential.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Moraine Educational News

  • Free Health Screenings for Preschoolers - Families with preschool-aged students in Moraine can take advantage of free health screenings at local preschool enrollment fairs. The screenings include a dental check up. The goal is to make quality health care for community members more accessible.
  • Students Take Advantage of ACT Boot Camp - More than 300 students recently participated in a number of after-school workshops on improving their ACT scores. The workshops were designed specifically for students who wish to attend college, but needed to improve their ACT score in order to do so.
  • Dayton Student Named Coca-Cola Scholar - A Dayton Public School senior recently made headlines after being named the first-ever Coca-Cola Scholar in Dayton Public Schools history. This is a significant scholarship that celebrates the leadership quality and academic achievements of students.

Moraine 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 Pick a College Major

Choosing a major in college is important so students don’t spend undue time and money taking classes that end up not counting toward their eventual degree. This isn’t to say that students should know what they will major in on the first day of their freshman year. Taking a semester or two to dabble in a few different subjects can help students clarify in their mind what they want to study. It’s also a good idea for students to talk with professors in various departments to get some insight on careers in that particular field. Many colleges and universities have career counseling centers as well. There, students can take interest inventories and aptitude tests that can help students identify their strengths and their interests in order to better inform their choice of major. Students that can take Advanced Placement or Dual Credit courses in high school additionally have a leg up on making a decision on a major, because they are able to take various college-level courses before ever entering college.