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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Juliet District Curriculum
The science curriculum at Wilson County Schools include the subjects of biology, chemistry, physics, ecology and more. Each of the students spend time learning from first-hand experiences in the field and in laboratory hours. They are shown different ways to look at the world around them through the study of this subject.
Geography is a part of the Social Studies curriculum. At Wilson County Schools, students begin this study by learning words that have to do with directions. Many of the words are familiar, such as near, or far, but some they need to learn what they mean like north, or west. After they have mastered these words, they begin to become familiar with the world around them beginning with the state of Tennessee. They discover the landmarks, events and settlement patterns that led to people settling here. They then learn the same about the United States and countries around the world. The unifying factors that the students learn about the world in geography help them feel they have commonalities with people near and far.
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Mount Juliet District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The curriculum at Wilson County Schools is based on the Common Core Curriculum in Math and Language Arts/Literacy. Other core subjects, including technology, use framework adopted by the state that establish clear goals at each level. This allows the school to create materials that will allow the students to be prepared for the ever-changing global community while obtaining an excellent education. High school students can enroll in courses that garner them college credit, while middle school students can also get a jump start on high school by taking courses that earn them high school credit. These and other innovative programs are designed to prepare students to meet their future expectations.
We currently cover the following Mount Juliet-area school district: Wilson County Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Juliet Educational News
- FFA Organization - FFA, formerly known as Future Farmers of America, welcomes students that are enrolled in Agriculture. Through this organization students are given support in their choice for a future career whether in biology, farming, horticulture or other areas. Students acquire skills in leadership and teamwork as they compete in events in their area of agriculture.
- Speech and Debate Club - Speech and Debate introduces students to the world of public speaking and debate. It is an area that students who are interested in drama, politics or law should work on developing, and the Speech and Debate Club competes in events in all of those categories. Some students may also work on mock trial events and get an insight into the legal system.
- Interact Club - Interact is sponsored by The Rotary Club International and is meant to introduce students to community participation through various outreach events. The group works on both local and international projects that are intended to support families and communities.
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Chalk Talk: Building Independence in Children
Children are born looking to parents and other adults for help in everything they do. However, to become successful adults these same children need to learn independence. Parents can help on this journey. By the time children begin school, they should begin to be responsible for their own possessions. They can be helped by setting up an area for them to place school items so they will have the same place to collect and place items. Another way to help with independence is to allow them to save for items they would like. They can earn this money my being responsible for chores and then they can do extra chores to earn money. Show them how to save so much of their money for long-term goals, to keep money for daily expenses and to place money aside for items in their near future. By incorporating each of these into the child's life, they will be more prepared for life as they mature.