New Iberia, Louisiana Tutoring Programs
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New Iberia District and Curriculum
The Iberia Parish School System is dedicated to providing the highest quality education including a diverse curriculum to help students achieve success in the workforce and in higher education. Students are encouraged to develop a lifelong love of learning in an educational environment that prepares students academically and socially to become productive and caring citizens.
We currently cover the following New Iberia-area school district: Iberia Parish School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the New Iberia District Curriculum
Louisiana is implementing the Common Core Curriculum in all district schools. The curriculum is expected to help all students have the same high educational level of students across the United States. The focus is on reading, writing, and math skills and the development of independent thinking and critical analysis skills. In English and Language Arts, students learn to read, write, speak and listen using correct English. In preparation for the workforce, students read informational text which they could encounter on the job.
In Mathematics, students focus on a finite number of subjects including computational skills, algebra, geometry, statistics, measurement and proportional reasoning. The goal is for students to be mathematically literate by the time they graduate from high school with skills they can apply in the workforce and in college. Also, they should be able to use their math in abstract or logical reasoning tasks.
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Keeping Informed: Recent New Iberia Educational News
- Link Crew - One of the most important organizations with the Jeanerette Senior High School is called Link Crew. Link Crew involves older students in their junior and senior years that assist freshman students in adjusting to high school. The program continues throughout the freshman student school year. The peer to peer program has been very successful to date by helping freshman with the transition to high school with individual and group events.
- 4H at Westgate High School - The Westgate High School 4H club is open to any student in the high school who is interested in learning about leadership and life skills. The club meets on a regular basis and participates in both local and statewide 4H events. Current events in the 4H program in Louisiana which are open to any 4H club member include cookery contests, family fun days, food festivals, and livestock, poultry and rabbit judging contests.
- Beta Club Prepares Students to Lead - Students with a 3.25 GPA can apply for entrance into the Beta Club at Westgate High School. The organization is part of the National Beta Club which was founded in 1934 to recognize high academic achievement and prepare students for leadership roles. Students in the Beta Club provide community service and participate in local and state conventions.
New Iberia 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: Bill Nye the Science Guy
Teachers and parents looking for help in making science fun for kids need look no further than the site put together by Bill Nye. Bill Nye the unique standup scientist who has combined both comedy and science into a profession offers all kinds of science fun on his website billnye.com. There are instructions for demonstrating scientific subjects covering life science, chemistry, physics, earth science and space science. You can demonstrate the properties behind wind and air with Nye’s A Wing and Some Air project, and demonstrate oil in action while making art with a project to create marbled paper. Move Mountains project shows students how the tectonic plates collided to make mountains and using just a rubber band or rubber balloon students can learn about how energy produces heat. A great site to find simple experiments that will make learning science fun.