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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Tutoring Programs
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Mount Pleasant District and Curriculum
The curriculum at Mount Pleasant schools builds in a stepwise progression that is proven to ready students for careers or for college. Mount Pleasant students work through the Common Core State Standards, and graduate with skills that are on par with those of international students. English Language Arts and Mathematics instruction form the backbone of the Common Core, and literacy and math skills are translated to other disciplines such as History and Science.
We currently cover the following Mount Pleasant-area school district: Charleston County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Pleasant District Curriculum
Mathematics instruction begins with whole numbers and progresses through addition and subtraction by Grade 3 and through fractions and decimals by Grade 5. Early math cover operations and algebraic thinking, number and operations in base ten, measurement and data, and geometry skills in each grade. The intermediate math program prepares students for algebra and includes the development of skills in proportional relationships, expressions and equations, geometry, and statistics and probability. The curriculum for grades 9-12 focuses on conceptual categories that include number and quantity, algebra, functions, modeling, geometry, and statistics and probability.
English Language Instruction for grades K-5 uses an integrated approach and bridges speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students read texts from many different cultures and periods, including folktales, legends, dramas, poetry, biography, technical texts, and digital sources. In terms of writing, students learn grammatical conventions such as verb tense and punctuation, stylistic conventions such as how to choose words and phrases for effect, and how to extend their critical thinking.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Pleasant Educational News
- Daniel Island Academy’s Breathe Better Project Wins Award - The Spare The Air award was given to Daniel Island Academy, which has implemented a project to educate the community on the impact of vehicle idling.
- Local Students Show off at the Citadel’s eWeek Festival - Citadel’s 14th Engineering Fair offers students the chance to participate in robotics competitions and craft stick bridge building. Electronic engineering students also get to display their inventions at interactive exhibits.
- Symphonic Camp Held at Wando High School - Mount Pleasant's Wando High School recently hosted a camp to build student understanding of musicality and to build a love for music. This enrichment program helped integrate the arts with other areas of learning while exposing students to a form of music that can open worlds for young musicians.
Mount Pleasant 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: Preparing Your Child for Middle School
Middle school is a promotion of sorts, but even if they don’t say so children wonder if they are really ready. Here are some things that parents can do to smooth this transition.
Talk about what’s fun. Middle school comes with new independence and new opportunities. Talk with your child about the extracurricular activities, sports and clubs that will be available, and pick out one or two to try in the first week. Talk about what it will be like to have different teachers or try out for plays. Remind your child that everyone else is new, too.
Talk to your child about what might be scary. Some parts of middle school are frightening simply because they are unknown. Young children often haven’t had to keep lockers before, or to dress for physical education classes. Talk about these fears and let your child know that you’ll always be available to talk.