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Radnor Township, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs
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Radnor Township District and Curriculum
Radnor Township School District has carefully written goals and a plan strategically designed to get them to their goals by the year 2019. These goals which govern their plan include: providing a Safe & Caring Environment for their students and faculty, fostering Student Achievement within their schools, providing Efficient & Effective Operations within the entire district, and providing Clear, Consistent Communication within each of their district schools. These over-arching goals play into how the district is run as well as how their curriculum is planned.
We currently cover the following Radnor Township-area school district: Radnor Township School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Radnor Township District Curriculum
Within their curriculum, Radnor Township School District follows or exceeds expectations set out by the Federal as well as the state departments of education. They maintain all the regular expected classes in basic core subjects, arts, history, finance, languages, and others. They also maintain programs for gifted students and students with special needs.
In their math program they follow a very sophisticated method by which to advance students who show they are ready for a bigger challenge. In fourth grade, students are evaluated to see if they should continue in the regular math path or transfer into sixth grade math. From here, advancement is. From 6th grade and on, a regular math course is offered, an advanced and an honors course, in order of difficulty and advanced concepts. These three paths, which can vary somewhat, are continued all the way through high school with multiple options to move up at different grade levels based on different criteria. By 12th grade, depending on which path they have taken, there are many advanced and AP classes to choose from as well.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Radnor Township Educational News
- Gold Status Awarded to Radnor Township School District from U.S.News - Congratulations Radnor Township School District! Ranked at #8 in the state and #441 in the nation, Radnor Township School District has received the illustrious Gold status by U.S. News. Boasting high average test scores on core subjects as well as a good student to teacher ratio as well as many other positives, this school district’s gold status is well deserved.
- Jumping Rope Brings Donations for American Heart Association - Students from Radnor Elementary in the Radnor Township School District jump rope to raise funds for the American Heart Association in their JumpRope for Heart event. Students managed to raise over $7,000 for the AHA just by jumping rope, not only helping others, but helping their own hearts get a healthy workout as well.
- “Teacher As Hero” Award Given to Elementary Teacher - A second grade teacher from Radnor Township School District was nominated and chosen for the “Teacher As Hero” award. After working for 20 years in the district, she has shown herself to be an excellent teacher, doing everything in her power to help her students learn and grow to their maximum potential. Quite an accomplishment!
Radnor Township 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: What Do You Want to Be?
Everyone has been asked the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” This is one of the most commonly asked questions all through elementary, junior high, and high school, but especially in high school. It is expected that each student will have at least an idea of what he or she wants to study in college and/or do after they graduate. With so much pressure, how do you make a decision? First of all know that, while this “declared” career path may affect slightly courses you take in high school or your first year of college, declaring it does not mean you can’t change your mind. Before declaring a career path, do some research. Think of it as your most important research assignment. Select some top careers that interest you, then interview people who have knowledge about that job and job shadow if you can. Do the research to find out how much money they earn, how much college education is needed, how much experience, etc. With these things in mind, remember that, while you can pursue almost anything if you really want to, keeping your options open is usually a good idea. You can specialize later on if you choose to.