Ocoee, Florida Tutoring Programs
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Ocoee District and Curriculum
A well-rounded education is provided to all students in Orange County Public Schools. Communication skills are emphasized in Language Arts courses through collaboration with peers, experiences with complex texts, and writing tasks that improve vocabulary and organization of ideas. Students will also critique the work of the peers, in addition to formulating viable arguments. Teachers and staff members work diligently to provide an abundance of opportunities for children to learn, grow, ask and answer questions, and build strong relationships that will last a lifetime. Above all, district personnel strive to foster a love of lifelong learning in each student.
We currently cover the following Ocoee-area school district: Orange County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ocoee District Curriculum
Students are also instructed on the importance of making healthy decisions and how to implement these decisions into a healthy lifestyle in physical education classes. In elementary and middle school, students will learn basic forms of movement by participating in a variety of activities. Students work on communication skills that allow them to effectively convey their feelings and emotions to others, and analyze how effective communication can strengthen relationships. The traits of a healthy relationships are explored as well, with students identifying healthy ways to deal with stress and manage conflicts with peers, family members, and other authority figures.
Elective courses that emphasize artistic talent are also available in areas such as the visual arts, theatre, and dance. Hands-on activities in which various forms of media are used provide opportunities for students to create their own works of art. Fundamental techniques and terminology are also explored.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ocoee Educational News
- Thornebrook Girls Participate in Girls on the Run - Thronebrooke Elementary School girl are staying fit by participating in the Girls on the Run program. The 4th and 5th graders focus on building self-esteem and getting along with their peers. This year they also completed a 5K run with the program.
- Ocoee Middle School Principal Wins Award - An Ocoee Middle School principal has won the National Distinguished Principal award from the National Association of Elementary School Principals. The award recognizes elementary and middle school principals who have set high standards for student achievement, instruction, and a nurturing environment for students, families, and staff members.
- Students Test New Foods at Ocoee Elementary - Students at Ocoee Elementary School recently had the opportunity to taste possible new menu items for the Cardinal Café. They rated the food according to like and dislike and some of the items will be added to the school menu soon. Sounds tasty!
Ocoee 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 Keep Track of Your Progress in High School
When graduation comes around, high school students want to be sure they’re on the receiving end of that diploma. Although guidance counselors and other supervisors or mentors can assist with this process, it’s a good idea to keep track of your progress yourself, especially since you’ll be responsible for it in college. Technology can be very helpful with this process as well. Many schools now enter test and assignment grades through their system and they can be accessed by you and your parents. There are also calculators that will estimate your grade so that you can have an idea of what your GPA will come to at the end of the semester or school year. A certain GPA is often required to graduate, so it is important that you meet this requirement. Certain classes are often required as well, for both graduation and college entrance requirements. Keep a list of these classes and check them off as you complete them. These forms can usually be found on a college’s website.