St. Johnsbury, Vermont Tutoring Programs
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St. Johnsbury District and Curriculum
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for St. Johnsbury 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. Johnsbury District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The St. Johnsbury School holds classes for students until Grade 8. There is no public high school in St. Johnsbury. Instead, students in the upper grades have the option of attending the private St. Johnsbury Academy or any other approved school with costs paid for by the town.
We currently cover the following St. Johnsbury-area school district: St. Johnsbury School.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the St. Johnsbury District Curriculum
In St. Johnsbury, the curriculum begins with well-prepared teachers. The teachers are educated in the state standards which they use to develop activities with a clear connection to accomplishing these standards. Opportunities for participation, teamwork, and guided practice are incorporated into all lessons, which are prepared using a diverse array of teaching strategies. Teachers feel that it is important to build connections with prior knowledge and allow students to work with multiple intelligence styles.
The St. Johnsbury Academy embraces diversity with almost 220 courses offered across four levels of challenge to help build academic skills. Freshman may start in a Critical Skills class to learn the foundational skills that will be instrumental to their high school success, particularly in the realms of obligations to society and making responsible choices for oneself. Also notable is the STEM curriculum which targets science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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Keeping Informed: Recent St. Johnsbury Educational News
- Farm to School Program - The Rozo McLaughlin Farm-to-School Implementation Grant provides funding to schools interested in bringing farm-fresh produce into their cafeterias and educating students about agriculture. The St. Johnsbury received this grant and used it to develop a program for its elementary school. The fruits and vegetables from local farms diversify the menu of the school and increase interaction between community and school.
- Summer English Program - St. Johnsbury Academy is offering ESL classes during the summer. These classes feature small class sizes that will help students to receive individual attention. ESL math classes are also offered to help students build algebra skills in students who will be taking the class later or to serve as a refresher for those students who have already completed a math course.
- All-State Music Festival - The All-State Music festival was held at Mt. Mansfield Union High School. Fifteen students from St. Johnsbury were sent by the Fine Arts Department of St. Johnsbury Academy. The students presented concerts using both instruments and voice.
- Green Schools - Members of St. Johnsbury Academy’s Environmental Club did more than attend the 5th Annual High School Greening Summit, five students gave a presentation about measuring electricity accurately so as to be able to track usage. The students impressed the professional audience at Johnson State College where the summit was held and even won a grant towards their energy projects on the St. Johnsbury Academy campus.
St. Johnsbury 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: Keeping Track of Homework
A simple and easy way to keep track of homework assignments is to use an agenda book. Agendas that are designed around the school year are available; these agendas begin and end around the dates when school is in session rather than showing January as the first month. In class, when a teacher gives an assignment make a note on the date that it is due. If it is a large project, you may want to break it into a few steps and then log these steps into your agenda on the goal date by which you would like to have them completed. If you have a school calendar or if your teacher provides a syllabus, you can write down important dates in your agenda. Field trips, school holidays, midterm and final exam dates, and club and sporting event dates are all worthy of notation in your agenda.