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Northport, Alabama Tutoring Programs
Get started with SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Northport, Alabama students. Start with a FREE ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available starting at $199.99/month (about $25/hour)
Northport District and Curriculum
Tuscaloosa County Schools has an effective public school program, with the core curriculum being comprised of traditional, yet creatively taught classes such as: Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, Music, Art, Technology, World Languages, and Physical Education. The studies follow the Alabama State Standards and are assessed accordingly. The Mathematics program is instructed from the ground-up in pre-K, developing the strong foundation needed for the advanced mathematical spiraling curriculum as the students get older. Students
are expected to show mastery in the following areas: knowledge (adaptive and perceptive), proficiency, mathematical theory, and fluency.
We currently cover the following Northport-area school districts: Tuscaloosa County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Northport District Curriculum
In Language Arts, reading and writing are taught so that students cultivate effective reading and writing skills
in all subject areas. The students are instructed in literature of all genres, and write in a multitude of ways,
such as expository, narratives, and informational. The Tuscaloosa County School District has challenging standards
to ensure the highest quality of learners in all subject areas, and provides a large variety of supplementary
electives for the students to become well-rounded individuals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Northport Educational News
- Say NO to Bullying - October is National Anti-Bullying month, and Tuscaloosa County is taking a stand against bullies. They developed an anti-bullying media competition for all students to enter in all the school in the state. TCS won three of the four awards. Sixteen schools were a part of the video competition, which was promoted by Coach Nick Saban (University of Alabama) and his family.
- Reading Champs - Reading contests are a way in which the schools promote literacy and readership. Students are able to win prizes such as tickets and free sideline passes for the Iron Bowl. All of the schools in Tuscaloosa County also have participation forms in the libraries and media centers.
- Child Find - The schools of Tuscaloosa County have a program for children from birth to age 21 with disabilities and who are in need of services of the special education program. Child Find is a free service to help those in need and will provide help to the children and their families. The Alabama Department of Education has teamed with the Department of Rehabilitation to help ensure a positive future for these children and young adults.
Northport 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: Is a Tutor the Best Solution for My Child?
SchoolTutoring Academy believes that a tutor is the best solution for helping your child if school is difficult. In the traditional school setting, high class numbers make it increasingly difficult for teachers to meet the specific needs of every single child. Tutoring can help by giving your child undivided, individual attention to his educational needs, whether it is in one subject or multiple subjects. If organizational or study skills are challenging, a tutor can help your child unleash the ability to use appropriate strategies for success. Call SchoolTutoring Academy today for a free consultation and the Academic Director will speak with you, identify your child's specific needs, and assign you a tutor to get your child back on track.