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North Liberty, Iowa Tutoring Programs
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North Liberty District and Curriculum
Students in the North Liberty area attend Iowa City Community School District. Teaching and learning follow Iowa Core Curriculum – a student-based approach used for implementing high academic expectations aligned with Common Core State Standards. Standards are performance based, specific to each grade level. The Common Core framework deals with fewer Mathematics and Language Arts topics that students will dig deeper into, rather than briefly touching on every topic imaginable.
We currently cover the following North Liberty-area school district: Iowa City Community School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the North Liberty District Curriculum
Elementary grades are an introduction to new skills and ideas, helping K-6 students gain experience and master concepts, to then build on as they develop. Junior high grades are centered on the educational needs of adolescents as they transition between elementary school and high school. High school years are an opportunity for students to select courses and electives specific to potential college and career interests, developing necessary employability skills for the workforce.
In the subjects of Literacy and Mathematics, the Iowa Core Standards provide structure for instruction intended to further the depth of knowledge within student learning. Instruction focuses on recall, skills and concepts, strategic thinking and extended thinking. Students engage in each of these areas in learning Mathematics and Literacy, to then carry over in other subjects of Science, Social Studies and, in high school, Technical Education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent North Liberty Educational News
- North Liberty Youth Triathlon - Why not have your children try something new? The Annual North Liberty Youth Triathlon: Just Tri, hosted in with Tri-Fit Agape, LLC and presented by the North Liberty Aquatic Center, is a swim – bike - run event for kids ages 6 to 14 years old. Each August, starting at the North Liberty Community Center, three different races will be held with a health and fitness expo to follow after the race.
- Liberty Center Park - Spend the day with your family at the Liberty Center Park. A commercial and natural setting, the park offers shopping and leisure in one location. There are plenty of shops to wander in, all surrounding a large stone-lined pond. The park has wide walking paths, a fishing pier, waterfall, walking bridge and gazebo. You and your children can wander around, sit and have a picnic then treat everyone to something special in one of the many shops. The perfect area to please everyone!
- Penn Elementary Passports Program - At Penn Elementary, the Passports program is a great way for your child to “see” another place without leaving home! The educational and cultural enrichment program is for third and fourth graders offered once or twice a month after school for one hour, from 3:00-4:00 p.m. Students are "taken on a tour" of a foreign country or place. Past programs have introduced children to various cultural traditions in Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America as well as places in the United States.
North Liberty 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: Special Programs
Many schools offer programs during the school year as well as during the summer. Programs offered before or after school give students additional learning opportunities in a safe and fun environment they’re familiar with. Those offered during the summer give your child time to be with their classmates again without the structure of the classroom, opening their eyes to how enjoyable school can be. Summer programs also provide a transition back into the school setting for new students, children that have been away most of the summer or just getting re-acquainted to the idea of going back to school. Students can learn things they may only touch on during classroom learning or learn something brand new, expanding their interests. Look into programs your school may offer, or if you feel that you and members of your community can offer a new program or introduce a new activity to students, volunteer to do so!