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Scott Township District and Curriculum
Lakeland School District provides Common Core curriculum, focusing on mathematics and literacy. They also provide, in their two elementary schools and one Junior/Senior High, opportunities to learn music and arts, science, social studies, health and fitness, and many other courses which can help students connect with their professional goals. This school district is dedicated to providing your child with the education they will need to succeed after high school.
We currently cover the following Scott Township-area school district: Lakeland School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Scott Township District Curriculum
The Common Core focuses on Math and Literacy and details a series of clear learning objectives in each subject at all grade levels. Both subjects are broken down into their major topics so that student knowledge develops over the years and so as students take more advanced courses, they already have a range of procedural or comprehension skills which to apply to their subject learning.
The Lakeland School District also focuses on providing an environment that is good and safe for their students to learn. They provide classes in such a way as to make students aware of the outside world, able to interact with others and able to get involved globally after graduation. The District provides assistance and accommodation for students who need it. They provide assistance for special education students. They can also help students who don’t speak English as their first language, providing ESL resources. Gifted students can be assisted through special learning plans to meet their needs.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Scott Township Educational News
- New Superintendant for Lakeland - R. Scott Jeffery takes the position of Superintendent of the Lakeland School District. He is very excited to work with the district and learn how to affect positive change through his new position.
- Tip Line in Effect at Lakeland School District - There is now an anonymous tip line for Lakeland School District where anyone can call in information regarding students who may need any sort of help. The helpline can assist with issues of bullying and other classroom concerns.
- Lakeland High School Guidance Services - Lakeland High School's Guidance Department has resources for students on everything from college planning to searching for enrichment programs to helping students find employment opportunities in the area.
Scott 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: How to Provide Quality Breakfasts For Students
With all the benefits connected with eating a good breakfast before school, it is easy to see the benefits of making breakfast a priority in your home. But how do you make it a priority, and how do you prepare nutritional food fast? Getting up for breakfast is much easier if your student has had a good night’s sleep. Making sleep a priority is another conversation, but keep it in mind if your child can’t seem to drag themselves out of bed for breakfast in the morning. Providing a wholesome meal for your student will vary from home to home, student to student, and what they are used to. Providing foods with fiber, carbohydrates, and protein will help your student stay awake and stay full until lunch. Such meal examples include cereals such as granola or bran cereals with milk. The sugary chocolate cereals might taste good, but they likely won’t hold your child all the way until lunch. Hot cereals are another great option as well as cream cheese on whole wheat bagel, or a whole grain muffin with milk and a side of fruit. If you have time, you might prepare an egg with whole wheat toast. In each of these examples you find protein, carbohydrates, and fiber.