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North Port District and Curriculum

Students from North Port receive a traditional academic experience that is supported by programs designed to peak the interest of individual students. Students may explore areas such as the Arts, the Environment, and Technology alongside their courses in Math, Science, English and History. Language development, and the acquisition of second languages, is also emphasized as an element of comprehensive student learning.

We currently cover the following North Port-area school district: Sarasota County Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the North Port District Curriculum

Through the elementary Language Arts curriculum, students gain skills in shared reading, listening comprehension, reading aloud, making predictions recognizing author’s purpose, drawing conclusions, and locating information. Middle school Language Arts covers skills like understanding text features, theme and conflict, descriptive language, the research process, and oral presentations. Upon graduation, students should have mastered many literacy and composition concepts and develop strong media literacy.

In Science, elementary students learn about earth, space, time, geology, matter, forces, motion, living things, ecosystems, and energy. In middle school, the Science curriculum covers topics such as Newton’s Laws, the heliocentric theory, desertification, pollution, climate, the water cycle, weathering, tectonic plates, space exploration, and the periodic table. And in high school, students delve deeper into these topics in biology, physical and environmental science.

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Keeping Informed: Recent North Port Educational News

  • 21st Century Community Learning Center - Sarasota County offers educational opportunities to entire families. At a 21st Century Community Learning Center, students and families can participate in math, science, art, music, and recreation activities in addition to other services. Learning Centers are open before and after school and on days when school is not in session.
  • The Education Channel - Sarasota County Schools provides a link for students and parents to The Education Channel, a place to spot for a moment, and see what there is to learn. As they say, you learn something new and unexpected every day, and with a little extra information from an outside source, you can share what you have learned with others.
  • Getting Involved - Get involved in the community with your student. The Partnerships and Alliances Linking Schools (PALS) program is the place to go to find out how students and families can make an impact on their communities. Community service educates students on how to become good citizens.

North Port 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: Educational Video Games

Video games have become a huge part of our culture, and they can be educational as well as entertaining. For kids who are strongly interested in this field, here are some tips to help you choose the best video games. First look at the age rating; this will help you narrow your options. Opt for games that teach students about other places, people, and times. Find games that require a lot of movement to increase physical activity. Pick games that include more than one player so that your student can build social skills. With so many video games available, educational ones can teach students while they are having fun.