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Seymour, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Seymour District and Curriculum
Students will receive instruction that adheres to the exemplary standards developed by the Indiana Department of Education and supported by nationally adopted Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts. From kindergarten through high school, students are expected to be active in the learning process and take a variety of courses with this process in mind. Each student in the Seymour Community Schools will also take courses in the areas of mathematics, language arts, science, technology, and physical education.
We currently cover the following Seymour-area school district: Seymour Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Seymour District Curriculum
In kindergarten, students will learn how to interact with their environment in their social studies classes, in particular. Each class contains lessons in the areas of geography, history, government, and economics. Students in middle school will focus on American history and government, as well as the climate and agricultural systems of this country. In high school, social studies courses will increase knowledge in history, sociology, economics, and geography.
In addition, students will have the opportunity to take elective courses that will allow them to explore their interests. Such classes include, visual arts, dance, world languages, and computer science. The Seymour School District allows students to create their own educational or career path and provides guidance to ensure they will excel. Students will continue to take classes in all core subjects, but the focus of the class will change depending on what pathway is chosen. This preparation will assure that students graduating have the skills necessary for college.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Seymour Educational News
- Community Eligibility Provision Program Starts - Students at Margaret R. Brown Elementary School will now receive a free breakfast and lunch, regardless of whether they qualify for free or reduced-price meals or not. The 2 free meals are possible thanks to the new federal program Community Eligibility Provision.
- Seymour Middle School Gives to Those In Need - Every fall, Seymour Middle School holds a coat and clothing drive. In 2012, students collected more than 10,000 items of clothing, which were then donated to those in need. Hopefully, the annual event will be even bigger this year!
- Seymour Middle School Heads to Bowling Meet - Seymour Middle School placed sixth in the team competition in the semi-state competition. Thanks to the team’s efforts, SMS is now heading to the state competition. Great job!
Seymour 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: Importance of Parental Involvement in Students’ Education
Parental involvement can result in substantial benefits in students’ schooling, as well as their own. When parents provide support and encouragement, it has been noted that students achieve better grades and test scores. Better attendance has also been linked to this phenomenon. Along with these benefits comes a higher rate of completed homework and a more optimistic attitude toward school. Overall, this leads to higher self-esteem and motivation in those students whose parents are actively involved in their education. For parents, a greater amount of interaction, and therefore, higher confidence in school-related decision-making, may occur when they are involved. Educators will experience improved relationships and communication between themselves and parents. Research has also found that schools with actively involved parents have better reputations than those that do not. Education and parental involvements have many positive associations that will lead to the development of a well-rounded and healthy community.