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Shelbyville District and Curriculum

Shelbyville schools follow the curriculum set out by the Kentucky Department of Education. Each subject draws upon major areas of learning to ensure that students receive an educational experience that sparks a true depth of knowledge. Higher order and critical thinking skills are achieved through this progressive learning experience. Academics are not the only focus of the district, however. Students also participate in learning activities that promote social, emotional, and physical development as well.

We currently cover the following Shelbyville-area school district: Shelby County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Shelbyville District Curriculum

In Arts and Humanities, there is a Kentucky Core Academic Standards that your child is encouraged to meet in each school level. There are standards for the four areas of dance, drama, music and visual arts. In primary school, students are exposed to reading strategies, book discussions, and writing exercises. They take part in them and learn to critique their own work. By high school they can perform more advanced textual analysis and written expression in styles like persuasion, exposition or reflection.

In Mathematics, use of numbers and operations is introduced in kindergarten. By grade five students, are expected to do quite complex operations in the areas of multiplying, dividing, fractions, decimals, and probability. Algebra and geometry are introduced early and proficiency is expected by high school graduation. Students are expected to become mathematically literate and demonstrate the ability to use quantitative and abstract reasoning.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Shelbyville Educational News

  • Book Fair - Clear Creek Elementary School in Shelby held a book fair that was well attended. This regular program encourages literacy among all students. There were prizes of free books for various activities that students participated in.
  • TAG Programs - Many talented and gifted programs exist in Shelby County schools. These programs are in the areas of academic, creativity and leadership. For instance, the fine arts students can participate in many music opportunities throughout their school years.
  • Leadership Day - Shelby County High School students took part in a Leadership Day as panelists talking about their participation in extracurricular and academic pursuits. The panel received applause and recognition from the parents taking part as the audience.
  • Backpack Program - Wright School kindergartners collected cans for the Backpack Program. Their goal was 100 cans and they collected over 200. This helped to teach very young students the value of community service.

Shelbyville 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: Memorizing

No matter how you name it a certain amount of memorizing is necessary to succeed in school. Here are some good tips for memorizing. Repetition of the thing to be remembered is the most common and successful way to memorize. Simply writing or saying the thing to be learned over and over works well. Use little pockets of time to memorize. Trying to do it all at once is harder than spreading it out. For instance, if you have a math table to learn, say it over and over throughout the day. A little here and there works well. You can also do it with a buddy. You say it and they correct you. Then switch places. If you spread it out over the time allowed, it is much easier and more effective than trying to do it all at once at the last minute. Happy memorizing!

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