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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pine Hills District Curriculum
Language arts courses in Orange County Public Schools emphasize communication skills through a variety of means, including writing and speaking. Collaboration with peers and writing assignments designed to impart knowledge of literary techniques are essential components of these courses as well. Students in grades K-5 will learn new vocabulary and develop an awareness of basic reading concepts. In advanced courses, students will learn to analyze complex texts through discussions and express themselves through hands-on activities, including role-play and mock debates.
Students are also required to take social studies courses that deepen their awareness of historical and geographic concepts, as well as the functions of government and economics. Kindergarten students will start by learning about the foundations of laws and politics by associating them with real-world situations and places. In elementary and middle school, students will identify past, present, and future effects of human activities on societies and the world. In high school, courses in World History and Civics and Government are available.
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Pine Hills District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Orange County Public Schools has an excellent academic reputation, which is founded upon a curriculum that is relevant to the needs of living in the modern world. By the time they graduate from the district, students have the knowledge and skills they need to be successful wherever their life path takes them. The curriculum focuses on key standards for learning that students need to develop each year, and build student knowledge according to the major themes, concepts and topics in each subject.
We currently cover the following Pine Hills-area school district: Orange County Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Pine Hills Educational News
- National Elementary Honor Society Inducts Mollie E. Ray - Mollie E. Ray Elementary is working hard to turn their school rating around and their efforts are paying off. In December, the school was inducted into the National Elementary Honor Society. Eight students were also inducted into the National Honor Society earlier at an event with guest speakers that included NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp’s mother.
- Computer Class Creates Apps - The computer class at Robinswood Middle School is giving students the opportunity to learn to program apps that can help the members of their community. The students also participate in the Technovation Challenge, a national all-girl competition for middle and high school students. This year, the students are creating an obesity app to help overweight teens in their community.
- Students Rewarded for Good Citizenship - The West Orange Chamber of Commerce’s Education Awards were held earlier this year at West Orange High School. The ceremony awarded over 50 students with medallions for qualities such as good citizenship, commitment, and personal growth. Students from Maynard Evans High School and Robinswood Middle received awards, along with students from Hiawassee, Lake Gem, Pine Hills, and Rolling Hills Elementary schools.
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Chalk Talk: Anatomy Topics Review
Our pearly whites are essential when it comes to eating. The 32 teeth in an adult’s mouth can be divided into 4 categories: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars. The anterior teeth are the incisors and canines, while the posterior teeth are the premolars and molars. The incisors are known as the cutting teeth and are used to bite into food. There are four on top and four on the bottom and they are located in the front of your mouth. Your canines are the stabbing teeth and they are used to rip and tear food apart. These teeth are also the sharpest and the average adult mouth holds 4. Premolars or bicuspids are another type of tooth. These 8 teeth are used for chewing and grinding food and are located in each side of the mouth. Molars are also used to chew and grind food and there are 8 of them as well. There are also third molars, which are more commonly known as wisdom teeth. These teeth are located in the back of the mouth and some people never develop them at all. They are often removed if they cause crowding of the other teeth.