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St. Albans District and Curriculum

SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for St. Albans students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.

St. Albans District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The St. Albans City School educates students from the city of St. Albans from kindergarten through the eighth grade. The kindergarten through eighth grade students of the town of St. Albans attend the St. Albans Town Educational Center. The Franklin Central Supervisory union manages the two schools in St. Albans and the Bellows Free Academy which offers education for ninth to twelfth grades.

We currently cover the following St. Albans-area school district: Franklin Central Supervisory Union.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the St. Albans District Curriculum

Franklin Central Supervisory Union bases the curriculum for St. Albans City schools on the Vermont Quality Standards. To meet or exceed these standards in reading, Pre-kindergarten through fourth grade classes focuses on teaching students how to use reading strategies to self-correct and discern meaning of unfamiliar words by use of context. Grades five through eight learn to predict, skim, and scan text, and to analyze various features of the text.

The writing curriculum begins for lower grades with writing clear sentences that follow the conventions of grammar and usage rules. Middle school students should be capable of expressing themselves in multiple sentence structures and connect to the main ideas if responding to a text. High school students are expected to be able to express a point of view with clarity and take the potential audience into consideration when presenting information. Artistic expression is built into the curriculum across subject areas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent St. Albans Educational News

  • Young Programmers - Codesmyths is a technology class offered to students at St. Albans City School who are interested in learning to program computers. Students will be having a release party soon to showcase the videogames that they created and programmed themselves. To be a part of the class, students must submit an application at the beginning of the school year
  • Library Media Center - The Dewey Library Media Center, located in the St. Albans City School, has added some great new resources. Students can now access online animated talking storybooks by using username and password found on the library website. These storybooks will bring reading to life and are accessible at home for students with internet connections.
  • Word Challenge - Students in fifth grade at St. Albans Town Educational Center had a fun assignment challenge. Students were commissioned to tell a story using only six words. These extremely brief but information-packed vignettes can be viewed on the team website.

St. Albans 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: Reading for Pleasure

Even if you do not enjoy reading, you probably acknowledge that it is good habit that will help you to build vocabulary and increase your knowledge base. How can you develop greater pleasure in reading? The single most influential decision you can make is what to read. You must select a book that interests you. You may choose a nonfiction book that tells you how to do something that you always wanted to do or that describes the life of a person who you find fascinating or exemplary. If you like stories, you should pick a genre like mystery or historical fiction that will keep you engaged. Take recommendations from others who share your interests. Likely, if you and a friend enjoy the same types of movies or videogames, you will like the same types of books. Take a trip to the local library and select several books that look interesting. After reading the first few pages, hopefully you will find one that catches your attention!