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Mount Washington, Kentucky Tutoring Programs
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Mount Washington District and Curriculum
Mount Washington is served by the Bullitt County Public Schools district, which is one of the largest in the state. It facilitates curriculum from the Kentucky Core Standards Initiative and the Common Core Standards Initiative for its 26 schools: 3 high schools, 6 middle schools, 13 elementary schools, as well as 4 technical or alternative learning centers. These standards are meant to be challenging but stimulating for students and intend to prepare students to be lifelong learners.
We currently cover the following Mount Washington-area school district: Bullitt County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Washington District Curriculum
Bullitt County Public Schools’ curricula is based on the Kentucky Core Standards Initiative for its students, and the Common Core Standards Initiative for math and English language arts. The learning outcomes for this curriculum remains consistent across all schools: that each student is prepared to leave their K-12 education with a firm understanding of the subject areas that include practical living, math, English language arts, science, and social studies.
Elementary school students engage in hands-on learning activities which help build social skills as well as collaboration and cooperation with others. In middle schools, students learn to become more independent with their learning habits by having the opportunity to choose some of the books they read, for example, before completing projects on them. High schoolers are expected to bring with them from middle school knowledge of organization, sentence construction, and thoughtful analysis of the written word with longer projects like term papers.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Washington Educational News
- Bullitt County Schools Appoint Four New Principals for the 2014-2015 Academic Year - The district has appointed four new principals to serve at several different schools in the county. The new principals will work on bringing new learning initiatives to each of their schools and increasing the access to high quality technology to enhance student learning.
- North Bullitt High School Student Wins Entrepreneur Award - A senior at NBHS, led her team to winning the Entrepreneurship Academy, which awarded $500 college tuition vouchers to her and her team. The Entrepreneurship Academy is for high schoolers who are interested in business, technology, the global economy and discovering how their innovative thinking can be harnessed.
- Students at Five Bullitt County Schools Qualify for Free Meal Programs - Five BCS schools have qualified for its students to be provided with free breakfast and lunch, as of the 2014-2015 academic year. This program will help students get the nutrition they need and is bolstered by the healthy food initiatives in the district.
Mount Washington 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: Forming Study Groups
Forming a study group with your classmates or friends is a great opportunity not only to get to know your fellow students but to collaborate on projects, share ideas, and support each other throughout the school year. You can ask your teachers to post an announcement calling any students who want to participate in a study group. Reserve a room in your school or local library for your group session, or find a student who can host the group at their home. It can be useful to appoint a leader or facilitator of the group so that one person is in charge of the direction of the material and so things stay organized. Your group should engage each other in the material, presenting problems to each other and hearing others’ input and different approaches to problems you might have. Ask questions amongst each other, and keep everyone on the same page, if possible, so that you can proceed to the next task as a group where everyone is prepared.