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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Port Charlotte District Curriculum
Charlotte County Public Schools provides mathematics courses that require students to study algebra, geometry, and statistics throughout their educational career. Elementary school students will learn how to apply basic strategies to given math problems. As they progress to more advanced courses, the ability to recognize and solve increasingly complex equations and expressions is emphasized. High school students will use a variety of tools and resources to aid them in subjects that include calculus and trigonometry.
Science courses in the areas of physics, biology, chemistry, and earth and space science are also offered at Charlotte County Public Schools. In these courses, both guided and unguided investigations allow students to gather and interpret data. K-5 students will learn basic terminology and scientific theories provided in texts. In middle and high school courses, students will acquire the ability to ask pertinent questions and formulate testable hypotheses. Past and present knowledge in the scientific community will also be explored.
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Port Charlotte District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Charlotte County Public Schools designed its curriculum to prepare students for learning in subsequent grade levels, and for college and career readiness. Students will receive developmentally appropriate instruction at each level, which includes coursework in the following subjects: English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, health, arts, and music. As students progress to secondary levels, their options become more specialized to include other subjects, such as business, languages other than English, technology, and vocational training. Students at the high schools have access to honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
We currently cover the following Port Charlotte-area school district: Charlotte County Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Port Charlotte Educational News
- Port Charlotte Middle School Hosts Math Competition - The annual 5th Grade Math Competition was held at Port Charlotte Middle School earlier this year, with 3 of the district’s elementary schools competing. The competition consisted of a 10 question math challenge, a team round of Jeopardy, and a head-to-head bracket style round for the top 8 mathletes. Neil Armstrong Elementary took first place in the team competition and first, second, and third place in the individual competition. Peace River Elementary and Kingsway Elementary took second and third place in the team competition, respectively.
- Charlotte High School Competes at Mock Trial Competition - The Charlotte High School Mock Trial Team competed at the Florida State Mock Trial Competition in Orlando and represented Charlotte, Collier, and Lee counties. The team placed fifth overall by presenting the prosecution and defense sides of the case without using notes. The fifteen teams that competed also selected Charlotte High to receive the Stephen C. Shenkman Professionalism Award.
- PCMS Completes the Bullying Academy Challenge - Students from Port Charlotte Middle School participated in the Bullying Academy Challenge this year. Each student completed the Bullying Training and the 6th and 7th grade classes placed 1st nationally in the competition. The 8th grade class placed second nationally and several students were honored for their individual performances as well.
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Chalk Talk: Anatomy Topics Review
Our teeth are essential when it comes to eating and making certain speech sounds. Some high school courses will examine the details of their anatomy and physiology, usually with an emphasis of the number and types of teeth. Although it may look as though a tooth is solid, each one is actually made up of four main parts. The enamel is the outer covering of the tooth and it is the hardest material in the body. Enamel is translucent but since it covers an off-white (or yellow) part of the tooth, it appears to be a different color. It can be worn away over time when you drink large amounts of soda, eat lots of fruits, or have acid reflux disease. Those that grind their teeth in their sleep will also experience some enamel loss. The next part of the tooth is the dentin. This tissue is the main part of the tooth and gives teeth their color. The pulp of a tooth contains the nerve and produces dentin. This part is removed during a root canal. Finally, the root of a tooth secures it to the jaw. Different types of teeth have different amounts of roots.