Oak Hill, West Virginia Tutoring Programs
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Oak Hill District and Curriculum
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Oak Hill students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.
Oak Hill District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Fayette County Schools strives to provide curriculum that will prepare each of its students for life after high school. This is done in accordance with standards and requirements set out by the West Virginia Department of Education with their Next Generation standards. These standards focus on a three sided education approach which includes “21st Century Learning Skills,” “21st Century Technology Tools” and “21st Century Content.” With these learning expectations in mind, the state has set forth basic standards and evaluation methods to ensure that all students are learning the content proficiently.
We currently cover the following Oak Hill-area school district: Fayette County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Oak Hill District Curriculum
Fayette County Schools provides special education for students who need an Individualized Education Program. Students in this category undergo testing and evaluation by professionals to find out what they need in order to succeed and learn in the best way for them. Students then go through school programs that will be in alignment to their requirements as specified in an Individualized Education Program.
Upon reaching high school, Oak Hill students are encouraged to take Advanced Placement classes, dual credit courses, and Honors classes. The dual credit courses allow students to gain credits that are applicable towards both their high school graduation and college requirements. These are offered in English subjects, math, science, history and more. There are also courses in technology, culinary arts, music and the fine arts which help connect students to areas of personal interest. These courses are designed to prepare students for college in the major that they desire and give them the analytic skills necessary in a college education.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Oak Hill Educational News
- Leadership Fayette County Students Receive Scholarships - Congratulations to the sixteen students from the Leadership Fayette County program who received recognition and scholarship pledges from the Fayette County Education Fund. These students learned better public speaking skills and were given knowledge of local opportunities to encourage them to return to Fayette County after college graduation.
- Extra Funding for Meadow Bridge High School - The West Virginia Department of Education provided $50,000 for Meadow Bridge High School to be matched by the district. These funds are for building and technology updates. Congratulations!
- New School Calendar Tentatively Accepted by Fayette County Schools - The coming school year is scheduled to have changes in its calendar. Students will begin in early August and finish in June. They will get a complete week off for Thanksgiving, and the first semester will end before Christmas break instead of after.
Oak Hill 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: How to Prepare Your Child for the Next School Year
When preparing your child for another school year, we think of backpacks, notebooks, folders, crayons and hand sanitizer. But how can you prepare your child for school emotionally and physically after a long summer. Walk through the regular school day with your child and help them get back into the routine of it. Gone are the days of sleeping in everyday, so have them start waking up on time before the actual school year starts. Also, make sure they know safety procedures and how to contact you in an emergency. Remind them of the dangers of speaking with strangers off the street and go over the plan for how you will handle sick days. Make sure your child has a safe place to go after school if there won’t be an adult at home when they arrive and they are too young to be home alone. Help your child feel excited about the year. They will likely mimic your emotions regarding the school year, so your excitement for them will help them. These and other things can greatly help transition your child back to school.