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Rittman, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Rittman District and Curriculum
Rittman Exempted Village School District is responsible for educating students in preschool through the twelfth grade in the Rittman area. The district offers a preschool, an elementary school, a middle school, and a high school. There is also an online high school to meet the learning needs of students. Each learning environment has been carefully designed to facilitate the development of critical academic, social, and emotional skills. Students work closely with teachers and school staff to meet educational goals. Students also have many opportunities to explore areas of interest and learn about topics that are interesting and intriguing. By maintaining an engaging learning atmosphere, students develop the skills they need to be successful in all aspects of life, including in college or in a career.
We currently cover the following Rittman-area school district: Rittman Exempted Village School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rittman District Curriculum
Rittman’s high school science curriculum includes a study of environmental science. Students examine Earth’s various resources, including soil and land, water, and sources of energy. Renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy are identified, and students explain how each type of energy is obtained. The impacts of energy production and consumption on the environment are explored as well. Students learn about air and water pollution and how it negatively impacts plant and animal life. Learners analyze the ways in which governments seek to control pollution in order to protect the health and safety of the environment as well.
The elementary level technology curriculum in Rittman seeks to help young students learn how to utilize available technologies to further their education and improve their ability to solve problems. Students are introduced to computers, the Internet, and various software programs that facilitate a deeper understanding of the role technology plays in learning. Learners acquire an understanding of basic technology concepts, from learning how to type or use the Internet.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rittman Educational News
- Rittman Academy Is a New Option for Students - Students in grades 9-12 who benefit from online learning can participate in the Rittman Academy. The academy offers courses for credit in all academic areas, including electives, honors courses, and Advanced Placement.
- Ohio’s College Credit Plus Program Available to Students - Rittman Exempted Village School District participates in Ohio’s College Credit Plus Program. The program allows middle school students to earn high school credit, and high school students college credit in selected subjects.
- Technology Courses Available to Build 21st Century Skills - The Rittman High School Technology Department offers students a variety of courses related to developing competencies with technology. Courses in Word, PowerPoint, multimedia, and photography are offered, among others.
Rittman 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: The Value of Mentoring
All students can benefit from having a mentor, particularly those that struggle in school due to academics or behavior. Some schools already employ mentorship programs, while many others are considering adopting such programs. Generally, mentors are older students – juniors or seniors – that mentor younger students. By forging these bonds with their older peers, younger students have an all-important connection to someone at school. It is through these connections that younger students learn how to be successful in school, how to manage their behavior, and how to navigate the ins and outs of the school social scene. Studies show that students who are mentored have higher grades and improved achievement on standardized tests. Attitudes about school are also improved, as is attendance. Meanwhile, mentored students demonstrate less discipline issues, including fewer truancies and discipline referrals.