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Prior Lake, Minnesota Tutoring Programs
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Prior Lake District and Curriculum
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools serves more than 7,400 students and is made up of 13 schools: six elementary, three middle schools, two high schools and 13 preschools. Every K-5 elementary school offers a strong curriculum integrating technology and aligned to meet the needs of every child. Through SMART Boards, students receive instruction in core subjects: Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science and special areas: Art, Music, Media and Health/Physical Education.
We currently cover the following Prior Lake-area school district: Prior Lake-Savage Area School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Prior Lake District Curriculum
The district relies on early intervention and relevant data to provide a picture so teachers can make well-informed instructional decisions to close the achievement gap. Students are monitored weekly and over the past two years, 50% of students receiving intervention were able to exit the RTI program due to significant gains. Additionally, all K-5 students are privy to an E-STEM instruction which provides hands-on learning in Environmental Education, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools is adamant about integrating technology in the curriculum to improve learning, instruction, communication, and student success. In lieu of textbooks, classrooms have access to Web 2.0 tools and tablets in their digital curriculum. Prior Lake-Savage provides each student with a tablet at the start of 8th grade which allows for on demand education and access to research materials at all times.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Prior Lake Educational News
- Indian Education Program - The Indian Education Program supports all Title VII students and provides access to a high quality and standard-based education that American Indian /Alaskan Native students have access to. The program is free of charge to all American Indian students who qualify.
- Parent Education - Access to a variety of presentations and links to help inform parents of what they need to know to help their child succeed. From Childhood Anxiety to ADD/ADHD presentations, Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools provides an assortment of parent education topics to reference.
- Kids’ Company - Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools offer community education services that provide care before and after school, most early release days and during the summer. Children will have the opportunity to learn and play in a safe environment that meets the individual needs of every person.
Prior Lake 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: Early Childhood Screening
The early childhood years, which are from birth to the beginning of kindergarten, is an important time of rapid learning and growth. In order to enroll in Minnesota’s public schools, parents are required that their child go through Early Childhood Screening or a comparable screening by a non-school provider. If a child is entering kindergarten, proof of a screening must be rendered within 30 days of entering school. Screening is a quick and non-invasive procedure which helps identify health or development programs in infants and young children. The screening supports children’s readiness for school and helps promote positive health and developmental outcomes. Many programs can benefit from a family questionnaire to evaluate the effectiveness of the screening. Students in need of a health assessment, diagnostic assessment or educational evaluation will be identified by the screening results.