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Saginaw Charter Township, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Saginaw Charter Township District and Curriculum
The curriculum at Saginaw Township Community Schools is based on the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education and incorporates the Common Core Curriculum in Math and Language Arts. The curriculum allows the teachers to create lesson plans which help students to grow in knowledge and productivity. The district also offers accelerated high school programs and dual credit programs with Delta College that allows students 15-19 to take college courses while still attending high school. Other academic options such as Advanced Placement are available as well.
We currently cover the following Saginaw Charter Township-area school district: Saginaw Township Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Saginaw Charter Township District Curriculum
History is included in Saginaw Charter Township Schools Social Studies Curriculum. Using a variety of resources, teachers and students learn to bring history to life. Included in their study is the use of literature, newspapers, films, or primary sources. By using these the students become more aware of the people and the events which make up history. The information gleaned is then used to continue research so they can take part in an educational debate about current events with an awareness of the history behind them.
The students at Saginaw Charter Township Schools learn about numbers and equations through the mathematics curriculum. They begin by learning how to assign numbers to items in sets. By manipulating these items they learn how to complete addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. They learn about how to create models that help them estimate or predict possible outcomes. They then take these skills to learn the basics of mathematics they will use the rest of their lives, including the study of geometry, trigonometry or calculus.
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- Speech and Debate - Speech and Debate is open to students who wish to improve their public speaking skills. Through practice sessions, students build these skills so they can then use them in competitions as teams or solo. Some of the areas they may choose to compete include poetry, commentary and prose.
- Interact Club - Interact is a service group which is sponsored by The Rotary Club International. Together the members of this group help to create a positive difference throughout their community. They serve in a variety of ways which include hands-on projects, or those that have connections with others internationally. Interact helps to develop leadership skills as well as teamwork.
- DECA Club - DECA is a part of a curriculum for students that wish to have careers with entrepreneurial, marketing or management skills. Each member has the opportunity to learn from successful people from the business communities as they plan for successful careers by taking classes, and attending meetings and conventions.
Saginaw Charter Township 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: Gap Year Programs
Taking a gap year between high school graduation and college is beneficial for many students. When they complete this year they are ready to face the challenges that face them in their continuing education. Organizations that young adults may want to look into include companies such as AmeriCorps which include many programs to pick from. This company includes a living allowance, health care and money toward college. Some of the programs include working on a Native American reservation, helping those that have suffered at the hands of Mother Nation, or tutoring kids along with so much more. City Year is another organization that connects young people with service work, generally located in urban areas.