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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Purcellville District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum at Loudounville County Public School helps students begin their reading skills by teaching them how a letter and its sound combine to make words, sentences and stories. Throughout their education students learn different tools to help decipher unfamiliar words. Students may break the word into syllables and then use the short vowel, or vowel, consonant, vowel skills to help understand what a word is and how it is pronounced.
Social Studies begins, in Loudounville County Public Schools, by showing students that the subject does not be intimidating. Students begin by learning about the people in their neighborhood. This extends even farther as their education progresses. Students, in fourth grade, learn about the Native Americans and the settlers that lived in Virginia. Students have visitors in their classroom from places like Jamestown to help make the ideas become real. Before the students graduate, they learn about people from different cultures around the world.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Purcellville students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Purcellville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Loudounville County Public Schools offers every student a foot up in their educational path. They base their curriculum on Virginia’s Standards of Learning, then they mix in teacher’s creativity to help reach every child and to help them excel.
We currently cover the following Purcellville-area school district: Loudounville County Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Purcellville Educational News
- Chorus - Students who enjoy vocal music enjoy taking part in the chorus. These students are provided music that is challenging but not overwhelming. This group performs locally and compete throughout the state.
- Future Nurses and Health Careers - Future Nurses and Health Careers is an organization for students interested in a career in the nursing or health areas. Students in this organization are introduced to professionals in the field and can grow by meeting with other students with their same interests.
- Guitar Club - The guitar club is open to any student that enjoys playing this stringed-instrument. Meetings open up opportunities for students to perform in front of an open-microphone, free play, learn Sibelius notation, or guitar techniques. They may also participate in the Battle of the Bands.
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Chalk Talk: Helping A Child With Gross Motor Skills
Children generally develop gross motor skills without even being aware of it. By running, jumping, or climbing these motor skills are being worked. These include using the large muscles in a child’s body. As a child develops these muscles, they also develop confidence which allows them to do physical activities everyday. To help develop gross motor skills parents may want to introduce their children to a game like these. Follow the leader is a great way to build gross motor skills. As the leader goes up, over and down or around objects, the child follows and their motor skills are getting stronger. Another activity to try is to take a bubble-wand and solution outside and invite the child to chase the bubbles that are created. It is not difficult to build gross motor skills in most children, but it does not hurt to try games like these to build bonds while working the child’s muscles.