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Pooler, Georgia Tutoring Programs
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Pooler District and Curriculum
Pooler Schools are among Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools. The curriculum follows Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. Teaching and learning follow a set of student performance standards at every grade level, preparing students for college and career readiness – what students need to know and be able to do to for success at the next grade level and the future. Students are also encouraged to pursue their interests, whether it is in the arts, or the sciences, or athletics, so that students feel connected to their learning experience.
We currently cover the following Pooler-area school district: Cobb County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pooler District Curriculum
Elementary school Mathematics learning focuses on foundational skills, extending computation, measurement and spatial recognition to problem solving, reasoning, representation, communication and making connections to the real-world. English Language Arts in the elementary grades focuses on essential skills of reading, speaking, listening and use of language, progressing to more complex reading and use of writing skills. Non-fiction themes and independent reading choices are emphasized throughout all grades, giving students the platform from which to develop comprehension and language skills.
Middle and high school grades develop basic learning in English Language Arts with an emphasis on understanding and analyzing texts and the identification of literary devices and themes. Student writing is expected to develop within persuasive, narrative and explanatory formats. The use of persuasive and effective language and discussion skills are also emphasized.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pooler Educational News
- National Museum of the Mighty 8th Air Force - The National Museum of the Mighty 8th Air Force is a historical experience for all. The museum presents significant events, people and memorabilia of World War II through many exhibits, interactive displays and even a Veteran database to explore and contribute to. Tours are offered daily making it an easy activity for families to plan and do together. Camps, programs and “bunking in” are held to give children and teens an unforgettable learning experience of World War II. The history and experiences found in the museum also give teachers an opportunity to teach students curriculum standards in a unique way.
- Telfair Museum Children’s Art Education Center - Bring the children to Telfair Museum Children’s Art Education Center for unique activities, exhibits, technology and art displays. Games from the basic to more advanced give kids of all ages interactive fun. The museum even offers an educational website, providing activities and resources for families to explore art at home.
- Oatland Wildlife Center - About 15 minutes from Pooler is the Oatland Wildlife Center, an educational animal refuge home to a number of native species. Children and adults can visit the zoo daily as well as attend many events and festivals hosted throughout the year. The historical zoo shows off over 50 indigenous Georgia animals within its trails and during educational programs. Bring the family to see the various animals, some that are endangered or threatened, and experience the animals of your state.
Pooler 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: Thinking about College
High school students are at the point in their educational schooling where they should be ready for “the real workd.” The advanced courses, extracurricular activities and relationships they are involved in give students the tools to move forward to college or a career. Many students will choose to attend college. The decision, and process, doesn’t end there; it begins early during the high school years. Grades are always a factor in the application process. Additional activities, such as sports, clubs and volunteering are also a part of how colleges select students. All students have the grades and scores to share, not all students have those experiences. The college essay is an opportunity for students to share their experiences; parents can guide their students to present themselves to colleges as the individual, and contributor to society, they are. Colleges search through applicants in determining who may fit best at their school, much like how it will be for your student in looking for a job. Encourage and support your student, before and during the process, in their efforts to seek out schools he or she feels they fit best at and how they can get accepted.