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Mount Vernon District and Curriculum

The primary goal of the district is to prepare graduates that are ready for college and work. The districts’ reputation for excellence in academics means that its students graduate from school having been challenged at every level to achieve their highest possible potential. The curriculum is rigorous and focuses on core topics within each subject so that students have a chance to develop a base of knowledge and then progress to more advanced work. The development of critical thinking and an awareness of how subject matter connect are also sought for goals.

We currently cover the following Mount Vernon-area school districts: Mount Vernon City Schools and Mount Vernon Township High School.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Vernon District Curriculum

The math curriculum focuses its learning on numeracy, operational sense, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. In geometry, students work with basic geometric principles, such as finding the area of a circle, triangle, or quadrilateral. Students also learn how to draw and construct geometric shapes and describe those shapes with appropriate detail as well. Descriptive statistics are explored as well. Students learn how to summarize, interpret, communicate about, and represent data.

The Language Arts curriculum gives equal focus to reading fiction and non-fiction, and also teaches students a variety of styles and purposes for which to write. Students explore how authors utilize setting to facilitate the growth and development of characters. The structure and craft of literary works is studied as well. Students identify specific passages in the text and explain how they contribute to the overall theme and plot of the book. This gives them the basis for finding evidence to support their claims which is emphasized in the curriculum.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Vernon Educational News

  • MVTHS Club News - The extracurricular clubs at MVTHS are very busy! The Robotics Club competes regularly, students recently attended the World Youth in Science and Engineering, and some students participated in the FBLA State Leadership Conference.
  • Student Job Opportunities - The district helps students locate job opportunities in Mount Vernon so that they can a little experience under their belt. Many community organizations contact the school when they are looking for young employees.
  • Parent Involvement - There are many things that parents can do to be involved in their child's education. The National PTA Association also provides a handy list of the top ten things that teachers would like for parents to do to support learning and stay involved.

Mount Vernon 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: Learning Math in the Kitchen

Cooking with a child is a great way to introduce math concepts like fractions and time, but there are also a great many other lessons children can get out of cooking either at home or in school. Classes about meal preparation can teach students about sustainability, gardening, and the environment. Putting together a meal takes planning, and can hone students’ discreet math skills. In addition to this abstract math ability, students can learn more about fractions and conversions through basic recipes. Baking teaches students about the basic compositions of essential foods, as well as how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Most importantly, home economics-type courses help students prepare to care for themselves and their future families. Whether a school offers a course of this caliber or not, parents can perform simple cooking tasks with children of all ages. Not only does it teach them so many skills, but it is fun and a good excuse to spend time together.