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Roseville, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Roseville District and Curriculum
Roseville Community Schools offers a comprehensive curriculum in all grades. Students start out early (kindergarten) learning about basic Math, Science, English and Social Study concepts. These building blocks of education are used as the foundation for students to go on to bigger and better curriculum standards. Roseville Community Schools follows the guidelines set forth by the Michigan Core Curriculum Career and College Standards.
We currently cover the following Roseville-area school district: Roseville Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Roseville District Curriculum
The curriculum for Math and Language Arts details a wide range of skills and knowledge which students should have in order to be adept communicators and problem solvers. In Math, learning the different facets of numerical operations, algebra, geometry, statistics and other topics help students have the necessary understanding to recognize the ways to solve different problems. In Language Arts, the emphasis on reading and writing for multiple purposes gives students the ability to be literate and able to communicate their understanding or analysis in any subject matter.
The progressive school district offers students courses in technology and even has programs in place so that high school students can earn college credits while still in high school. The curriculum is diverse and offers plenty of opportunity for personal growth through both core subjects and the electives that are offered.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Roseville Educational News
- RCS TV! - RCS TV is a great opportunity to check out missed sporting events and to keep in tune with what is happening at the district. You can find the school districts channel on Comcast channel 19 and WOW channel 15.
- EMS Open House a Success - Eastland Middle School opened its doors to the community and invited parents and community members to come on in and take a look around. Parents and other stakeholders came by EMS and met the teaching staff and were able to take a look around the school. The evening was a success!
- Fountain Elementary Hosts Ladies Night Out - Fountain Elementary School is gearing up for a Ladies Night Out event. The event sponsored by the Fountain Elementary PTO will provide free child care, have vendors and raffles and an expected good time had by all!
Roseville 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: ABC's and 123's
The world is changing pretty quickly. The education standards are working hard to keep up with the ever changing world of technology. Schools now are faced with the challenges of not only focusing on the traditional core curriculum but of also integrating the newest technology into the lesson plans. Technology is one of the fastest growing areas and keeping up can be a real challenge for parents as well. Having the latest technological advantages for your students can be difficult because the cost can be prohibitive. See if your school has a technology rental program to save some money! If they don't have one talk to the school board about starting one. Many districts across the US offer iPads and other equipment for rent for a very low price. It is the perfect way to keep up with the changes in technology without having to break the bank every school year.