Sandusky South, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Sandusky South District and Curriculum
Students in Sandusky South attend Perkins Local Schools for their K-12 public education. The district encompasses a large suburban area and has more than 2,400 students who attend school in four buildings. “Igniting minds for the 21st century” is the mission statement of Perkins Local Schools. Perkins Local Schools is dedicated fulfilling that mission by providing a sound, comprehensive education to all students. Learners have a variety of programs at their disposal to gain essential knowledge and skills. There is a focus on college and career readiness, with students learning valuable 21st century skills that enable them to communicate effectively, work well with diverse groups of people, and utilize technology to solve problems.
We currently cover the following Sandusky South-area school district: Perkins Local Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sandusky South District Curriculum
Middle school students in Sandusky South participate in a social studies curriculum that includes a comprehensive examination of the people and civilizations of the eastern hemisphere. Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China are principal civilizations that children explore. Students learn about their unique governments, artistic and cultural traditions, and environmental factors that influenced their growth. Learners identify and describe the governmental systems that developed in each region as well, gaining an understanding of democratic, theocratic, and oligarchy forms of organization.
Sandusky South’s high school technology curriculum helps students identify the ways in which technology can help them achieve their educational and career goals. Students hone their skills related to using computers, the Internet, software programs, and other technologies to solve real world problems. Learners utilize technology to enhance their ability to communicate with others, both in terms of using productivity tools for creating dynamic multimedia presentations, and using technology to communicate with others around the world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Sandusky South Educational News
- Swimmer Recognized at the OHSAA Swim Championships - A student from Perkins High School was recognized earlier this year for his runner-up finishes in the 200 and 100 free swim events at the Division II OHSAA Swim Championships. This is a great individual and team accomplishment. Congratulations!
- Perkins Golf Takes State - Members of the Perkins High School Boys Golf team recently celebrated their SBC Championship season. Five students were names to All-SBC teams as well. This is a great honor and speaks to the hard work and dedication of the athletes and their coaches.
- Educational Screenings Offered - Parents of children of preschool age can now take part in free developmental screenings offered by Perkins Local Schools. Motor, speech, hearing, and cognitive issues are among those that can be screened. The goal of these screenings is to help prepare students and their parents for kindergarten and ensure they have what they need to succeed.
Sandusky South 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: Why Students Perform Better in Small Classes
Studies show that class size is among the most impactful factors in determining a student’s achievement level in school. As a result, many school districts are taking measures to ensure class sizes are as small as possible. These smaller class sizes result in improved class grades across all grade levels, but particularly in elementary grades. Smaller class sizes are also associated with increases in achievement on standardized tests. The individualized attention students receive helps them achieve their potential both academically and behaviorally. Teachers and students enjoy classes with fewer kids because there are fewer discipline referrals and improved attendance. The cooperative nature of the student-teacher relationship is also more easily facilitated when there are fewer students in a given class.