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Naples District and Curriculum
Collier County Public Schools provide students with an education that will allow them to be successful in the workforce and/or pursue higher education. From kindergarten through high school, math, science, language arts, social studies, and many other subjects are delivered as part of a curriculum that strives in to produce well-rounded individuals who have the ability to make decisions that benefit themselves and their communities. The district commitment to evaluating current practices and making adjustments for the better provides a good lesson to students that learning and growing never cease.
We currently cover the following Naples-area school district: Collier County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Naples District Curriculum
Students in Collier County take courses in several areas of science, including biology, physics, and chemistry. Technology and engineering are used to support the learning process, as is student-run experiments and data collection and interpretation. In elementary school, students begin their education by studying topics that include the human body, the Law of Gravity and comparisons and differences between living and nonliving things. In high school, students investigate a wide variety of scientific concepts that may incorporate the study of evolution, physical properties of planets, and chemical and nuclear reactions.
Students are also exposed to potential careers through courses designed to inform them about specific skills and techniques used in individual fields. Some courses also offer internships, where students can learn under the guidance of professionals in their chosen discipline. Students can choose to learn about agriculture, business, education, and finance.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Naples Educational News
- Naples High School Students Care About the Environment - Seven teams from Naples High School headed to the regional Envirothon competition in Fort Myers at the Caloosaahatchee Regional Park recently. NHS teams won awards in several categories, including the wildlife, aquatic ecology, and current event sections. Naples High School also won overall second place.
- PRCHS Students Give Back - For the fourth year in a row, a culinary team of students from Palmetto Ridge Collier High School worked with Chef Wilkey during the holidays. The team fed 140-150 Thanksgiving meals to residents, staff, volunteers, and community members at the Immokalee Friendship House. Way to go!
- Key Club Convention Awards GGHS Members - Students from Golden Gate High School attended workshops, banquets, awards, and inspirational assemblies at the Key Club Convention. For the first time in Golden Gate High School, awards were won in several categories, including distinguished member awards, 1st place in the service project board category, and 2nd place in the video project category. A new lieutenant governor was also chosen.
Naples 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: How to Read a Book for Class
Many teachers require their students to read a novel or a similar piece of work for a class, particularly in English classes. Your ability to comprehend what you’ve read is very important if you want a good grade in the class. If you’re not excited about the book that’s been assigned, try looking up information about the time period in which it was written, the author, or the cultures in it. Interesting background material can help reading the book seem less like a chore. Next, you should try to read straight through the first few chapters. These chapters are often essential to understanding the story, so pay attention and take notes, if you’d like. Reading a few chapters at a time also helps you get into the story, since it can be difficult to get excited about one chapter. Keep in mind that you may have to read a chapter more than once to completely absorb or understand the material. This is also why it’s important to pick a place that’s quiet and free from distractions, since you’ll need to concentrate. Although it may seem easier to skim the book, it is better to read it thoroughly so that you can pick up small details. Reading for class can be enjoyable and educational if you want it to be!