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Roanoke District and Curriculum
The schools of Roanoke consist of Knight Enloe Elementary, Handley Middle School, and Handley High School. This city school system is currently fulfilling the “Tools for Life.” Roanoke schools take pride in the fact that every student in the entire school system receives a laptop to use, even take it home, throughout the school year. Technology is a very important priority in Roanoke City Schools. They want every student to have success during and after their school years!
We currently cover the following Roanoke-area school district: Roanoke City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Roanoke District Curriculum
In the teaching of Mathematics, Roanoke City Schools gives the students many options to succeed. Higher math skills are vital in order to have achievement in today’s society, and attaining the knowledge in the upper-level mathematics courses is what many of the high school students enroll. Courses such as Algebra I and II, Advanced Geometry, Calculus, Trigonometry, and many others are offered. Technology is integrated into the math curriculum and the curriculum of each course follows the Alabama State Standards of Learning.
The English curriculum focuses in on Reading and Writing so that students are able to learn and communicate about information in all their subjects. Students are taught writing as a process, so that from a basis in writing clear sentences taught in the elementary grades, they become able to fully develop a formal essay using steps of pre-writing, writing and revising by the time they graduate from high school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Roanoke Educational News
- Handley Receives Bronze Medal - Handley High School received the honor of the Bronze Medal by US News and World Report. In the Best High School report, this high school has shown great achievement in the areas of academic success, advanced placement exam scores, having the students be college-ready and low teacher to student ratio. Congratulations to HHS!
- Roanoke City Schools Make AYP - Knight-Enloe Elementary School and Handley Middle School made AYP. According to the No Child Left Behind act, the entire school system of Roanoke made this benchmark. This is quite the accomplishment for any school system, and Roanoke City Schools takes pride in making the mark!
- A Scholarship of Honor - There is a Foundation, the Ladarious Phillips Foundation, which will give a scholarship to a senior for the amount of $10,000. The money has been raised by the many in the community that loved this student, such as family and friends, and they are not only raising money for this scholarship, but for other projects as well. A fifth grader won an Android Tablet, thanks to this Foundation! It rings true that the community has come together to honor this young man’s life.
Roanoke 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 Role of the Drama Teacher
Roanoke City Schools puts much effort toward their drama department, as they do a few productions each year. The high school even incorporates students from the middle and elementary schools, and their plays draw large crowds. The drama teacher is responsible for developing this area of fine arts within the students. Acting can be challenging, and the drama instructor gives many techniques and strategies for the young actors to become successful. Alongside academics, drama proves to be a healthy outlet for students to show their talents.