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Reisterstown, Maryland Tutoring Programs
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Reisterstown District and Curriculum
Students in Reisterstown get their K-12 education in the Baltimore County Public School system. The district includes 173 school buildings, centers, and specialized programs that meet the educational needs of more than 109,000 students. The primary mission of the district is to prepare students to meet the challenges of college and the workforce. To meet this goal, the district has developed a wide-ranging curriculum that fosters the development of knowledge and skills that students need in order to be successful. Various programs have been designed to meet the needs of students of all academic levels, including special education programs, English language learning classes, and Advanced Placement courses.
We currently cover the following Reisterstown-area school district: Baltimore County Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Reisterstown District Curriculum
Reisterstown’s middle school social studies curriculum includes coursework in political science, geography, and history. In political science, students acquire an understanding of the structure, function, and purpose of government. Learners explore representative democracy and examine the limits it places on those in power. Students also look at the role of the people in democratic forms of government. In geography, students learn how to use tools such as maps and photographs to develop a deeper understanding of the world around them.
The high school health curriculum centers on promoting positive mental, emotional, and physical health. Students learn various conflict resolution techniques in order to foster better relationships with peers and family members. Students learn about communication as well, and its role in preventing disagreements and misunderstandings. Students learn about the relationship between nutrition, fitness and stress, and work on developing a fitness plan.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Reisterstown Educational News
- Office of Family and Community Engagement - Baltimore County Public Schools’ Office of Family and Community Engagement works to develop ties between families, organizations, and the school district in order to promote student achievement. A central part of the program is getting parents more deeply involved in the educational process.
- Magnet Task Force Formed - In order to better define the role and purpose of the district’s magnet school system, Baltimore County Public Schools has created the Magnet Task Force. Central to their duties is developing a five-year plan for further expansion of magnet schools.
- BCPS App Now Available - Baltimore County Public Schools recently released an app to help students, parents, and community members stay abreast of events within the district. The app, called BCPS Now, is available for Android and iOS devices.
Reisterstown 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: Financial Aid and the FAFSA
In order to get the most possible financial aid for college, your child will need to start by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is used by schools to determine your child’s level of financial aid eligibility. The first step in completing the FAFSA is to do so in a timely manner. The FAFSA comes online each January and completing it by the month’s end will give your child the most opportunities for aid. It goes without saying that care must be taken when filling out the FAFSA. Every year, students miss out on aid awards because something in the FAFSA wasn’t filled out correctly or was skipped altogether. The FAFSA allows for 20 percent of a child’s assets to be used for college expenses. As a result, moving money out of your child’s savings account or shifting other assets to a 529 College Savings Plan will reduce the level of assets your child has and increase your child’s aid eligibility.