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Riverview District and Curriculum

Riverview Community School District uses the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. The curriculum provides learning objectives for all academic courses, the arts, health and physical education and sets college and career ready standards to ensure students have the abilities necessary to pursue post-secondary education and a meaningful career. The district also offers personalized learning options that have been approved by the state such as Talent Development, Advanced Placement courses, Dual Enrollment programs, and specialized programs in government with the United States Senate Youth Program.

We currently cover the following Riverview-area school district: Riverview Community School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Riverview District Curriculum

The study of United States History is part of the Social Studies curriculum at Riverview Community School District. The students have discovered many of the names and events of this study from the early years of school. Now, though, they are able to study each area more thoroughly. Some of the topics they cover include governments to politics in the nation’s past. They also learn about the diplomacy, wars and cultural life that have been developed to create the country they know today.

Riverview Community School District includes physical science in their science curriculum. This science builds each year until by high school the students are ready to discover the current understanding of the atom, the nature of matter, classification, and the characteristics and components of radioactivity. Many of these items, and more, are learned through classroom discussions, laboratory work and field word. The students are also encouraged to use technology to further their education in these areas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Riverview Educational News

  • Diversity Club - The Diversity Club comes together to help realize that each student has similarities with others in the group. This group helps students feel secure throughout the school day. They host events such as anti-bullying days and encourage equality and acceptance of everyone.
  • Student Council - Student Council helps to build leadership skills in its members. This group is made up students throughout the school. Each member applies and are interviewed before a selection is made. Some of the activities they organize include homecoming and monthly activities. They also attend leadership conferences.
  • Drama Club - Drama Club is for all students who enjoy theater. The members include those who enjoy acting or being part of the stage crew. Each member discovers how the theater works and other people who are as creative as they are. The student then are given a chance to share their skills in productions.

Riverview 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: Reading Correction Miscue

Students should be encouraged to correct themselves when they know they have made an error instead of waiting for their teacher to correct them. However, there could still be some issues with self-correcting. First, if it is happening frequently, it could be a sign that the child is not taking his/her time and is reading at too fast of a pace. Secondly, if the student is self-correcting words that he/she is pronouncing accurately, he/she may not feel confident about his/her own reading ability. It can be helpful for teachers to calculate students’ self-correction rate; this is the total number of errors (including correction miscues) added to the number of self-corrections and then divided by the number of self-corrections, with the rate being expressed as a ratio of errors corrected to total errors.