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Natchez, Mississippi Tutoring Programs

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Natchez District and Curriculum

The Natchez Public Schools use the Mississippi Standards of Education to guide their students into being prepared, responsible, respectful and kind. The curriculum allows the students independence in learning while they build on previously acquired skills. This prepares the students for high school and beyond where they are given choices in their course options.

We currently cover the following Natchez-area school district: Natchez-Adams School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Natchez District Curriculum

Teachers in the Language Arts program at Natchez Public School use ‘Starfalls’ to help teach phonetic reading. By utilizing this program the children use imagination and enthusiasm to lead their skills. This program also lets the children direct their instruction, while it also allows the teacher to give assistance to students who struggle. The early student is exposed to fables, myths folktales, comics and plays. When the students enter middle school they use Accelerated Reading to track progress when reading.

Mathematics builds on skills that have been learned the previous year by using ‘A Plus Math.’ This curriculum helps back p learning by using games, flashcards and puzzles to help children have fun while learning. When the students enter middle school, they are allowed to discover independence while using Accelerated Math. This program meets students at the level they are at and allows them to stretch their skills while progressing through the program.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Natchez Educational News

  • Students Get a Free Lunch - A high school math teacher motivated students to achieve well on state tests recently. He told his students that if they scored a high enough score on the test he would treat them to lunch, and he did just that.
  • Reading Fair Winners - Several students came in first in the school-wide reading fair. Each individual or group created a display of their book and were able to answers questions concerning the choice they made. The categories were in non-fiction, individual fiction and group fiction. The winning students will take their work on to the next level.
  • Science Fair - A talented group of students were awarded prizes in the Natchez School Science Fair. The winners chose topics such as mirror writing, sprouting onions, and how to relax the breathing patterns in fish. The winners will proceed to the district level where they will present and defend their projects against further judging.

Natchez 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: Raising an Independent Thinker

Even though parent do like the fact that their children need them, it is necessary for the child to become an independent thinker. There are some things that parents can do to help this process along. Ask the child to describe, in detail, items, like how they feel when they jump, or what they think of when they see the color yellow. This helps build listening skills, as well as communication skills. Another way to help is to let them solve the next dilemma they face with minimum input. This encourages them to think for themselves. Last, instead of reading a story to the child at bedtime, create a story where the parent and child take turns telling a story a few sentences at a time. Just by following these few ideas, the child will become more independent.