Pinellas Park, Florida Tutoring Programs
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Pinellas Park District and Curriculum
The Pinellas County District uses the Common Core and Next Generation Sunshine State Standards to guide the learning process. The curriculum has many goals from establishing foundations of learning within each subject to building towards the critical thinking skills which emerge from each area. Students are expected to develop both skills and knowledge that enable their transition into 21st century work and learning opportunities.
We currently cover the following Pinellas Park-area school district: Pinellas County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pinellas Park District Curriculum
The elementary Science curriculum brings students together to participate in observation, investigation, experimentation, data collection, prediction, explanation, exploration, and communication of scientific phenomena. Middle school students encounter scientific inquiry, measurement, laboratory apparatus and technology, safety procedures, and experimental procedures. High school science classes include integrated science, earth and space science, biology, anatomy/physiology, marine science, ecology, physical science, chemistry, physics, technology, zoology, and astronomy.
Elementary Math teaches students how to solve problems, reason, construct arguments, model mathematics, use tools, use structure, and find patterns. Later in their math learning, students gain an understanding of problem solving, computation, measurement, number/operation sense, computers, estimation, geometry, probability/statistics, and algebraic thinking.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pinellas Park Educational News
- Criminal Justice Academy News - The Criminal Justice Academy at Pinellas Park High School is displaying artistic talent. Students designed a license plate that honors fallen officers. Students hope that the state legislature will approve the design for use on vehicles.
- College Bound Grants - The future of higher education is looking bright in the Sunshine State. Florida Governor Rick Scott recognized the Florida College System for accepting a challenge. The challenge was to make degree programs available for $10,000 or less. This effort will make higher education more affordable for all students.
- America's Promise - America’s Promise helps to reduce high school dropout rates. The website offers resources and volunteer opportunities. The goal is that by harnessing all resources within an area, communities can help improve student graduation rates.
Pinellas Park 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 Help Your Child with School Projects
School projects can be overwhelming, but they are a valuable part of the learning process. They teach students self-discipline, time management, and independence. How much help you need to give your student depends on the project, individual needs, and maturity level. First, read through the project and talk about it with your child. Let him or her make all the decisions. Next, create a list of steps that need to be completed and make a timeline to accompany it. If any supplies are needed, help make a list and take him or her to the store to buy them. Lastly, let your child be responsible for as much of the project as he or she is capable of. Do not do the work, but offer lots of praise for the work he or she does independently.