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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Pleasant District Curriculum
The English curriculum at Mount Pleasant ISD includes the instruction of writing skills. The students are taught, from the beginning, how to create writing using the best choice of words to convey what they wish to say. The students learn to use the various characteristics of writing, such as setting, time and author’s voice. They also rely on examples from different literary styles in their reading lessons.
The Mount Pleasant ISD math curriculum helps make students familiar with the terminology that is used in the subject. They are introduced to math by talking about sets and numbers. Then the students learn how to correctly apply the words that are used in functions, such as add, more than, less than, times, multiply and more. As they continue into middle and high school they also are able to talk with others about points, planes, distance, and angles. They will continue to use this terminology as they go on through life, whether talking to others about a math topic, or not.
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Mount Pleasant District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Mount Pleasant Independent School District help to prepare students for the world after graduation by creating a curriculum that includes the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, input from family and community and the experience of their qualified faculty. The curriculum lays out key standards that students need to meet which ensure they are attaining proficiency in each subject. The graduates of Mount Pleasant will have all the tools needed to meet any academic challenge that they may come across in college or in their career.
We currently cover the following Mount Pleasant-area school district: Mount Pleasant Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Pleasant Educational News
- Color Guard - Color Guard is an organization that allows students to participate in a music program without playing an instrument. These students, along with competing at Color Guard competitions, will join in with marching band at sporting events, or other civic events. To be a member of the Color Guard, students need to take part in an audition.
- National Technical Honor Society - The National Technical Honor Society recognizes students that have excelled in Career and Technology classes. They also must be a member of one of the student organizations. The students that are invited to join must maintain these characteristics as well as commit to serving the community.
- Texas Public Service Association - The Texas Public Service Association helps build skills that are useful in career of public safety, such as law enforcement or fire fighting. The students take the skills they learn and then compete in one of 17 different areas at the regional level, then the best continue on to the state level.
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Chalk Talk: History Education
History, when taught in an engaging manner, is more than just names and dates. History can help students learn how to wonder about events of the past and use critical thinking skills when they try to think about how things could have been different. They also learn the importance of the events in the past and the people that were a part of them. These same students can then see how the events pertain to them and their lives. Through civic and government classes, they learn how to become responsible citizens and how other citizens have shaped the world today and the future. By visiting historic sites and museums, students also get another perspective on history and are able to explore specific topics in depth. Through learning from the past, the students of today will make a better tomorrow.