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Statesboro District and Curriculum
Statesboro public schools are a part of Bulloch County Schools. The curriculum follows common core performance standards set by the Georgia Department of Education. These standards, Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, are taught in English Language Arts and Mathematics for grades kindergarten through twelve. Additional literacy standards were added in grades six through twelve in Science, Social Studies and technical subjects. The integration of literature, informational texts, reading, writing, speaking, listening, spelling and grammar across all subject areas.
We currently cover the following Statesboro-area school district: Bulloch County Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Statesboro District Curriculum
In English Language Arts, K-12 students get progressive learning in areas of Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language. Reading comprehension develops from the mechanics to include analysis and logic; making certain students learn more from what they read. Different types of writing are taught, integrating technology for creating and presenting writing forms. Student speaking, listening and language are also an emphasis in developing effective communication in a range of settings, purposes and audiences.
The Mathematics curriculum places an emphasis on making sense of problems, perseverance in problem solving and abstract reasoning. Students in grades K-5 develop foundational skills of number and operations. Students then progress to learning geometry, algebra, probability and statistics in grades 6-8. High school mathematics emphasizes the application of mathematics and thinking in mathematical ways, as used in college and the workplace.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Statesboro Educational News
- Center for Wildlife Education - The Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern University is home to native and exotic animals such as hawks, owls, eagles, vultures, frogs, snakes, lizards, turtles, opossum, and skunk. The Center also offers a variety of special events, teacher workshops, field trips, and overnight camping adventures. Bring the family to learn about all the amazing animals that are a part of our land.
- GSU Arts Fest - Georgia Southern University presents its annual Arts Fest every April. The festival features artwork, performances, literary readings and music. The event is known throughout the region for its art activities for the entire community. Visitors can explore the work showcased by hundreds of artists. Come experience art!
- Regional Student Technology Fair - The Regional Student Technology Fair is an annual fair hosted by Bulloch County Schools, showcasing student talent across grades 3 through 12 in 15 different categories. The Regional Fair is located at Julia P. Bryant Elementary School in Statesboro and open to public, private and home-schooled students. Students must participate in school-level fairs to qualify for the regional fair.
Statesboro 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 Technology Is Used in the Classroom
Over the recent years, more and more technology is being used in the classroom. Teachers are using interactive white boards, students are using “clickers” or iPads, and websites are a more common resource than a book. Although children and teens seem to always be on some type of technological tool, we have to embrace the use of them for the purpose of learning. Teachers, and parents, seem to always struggle in keeping children and teens engaged in their learning. The use of interactive instructional tools interest all youth. Schools are investing in, or being given, more technology in the classroom as a means of increasing student engagement, and hopefully improving student learning. Many parents are not comfortable with technology. If you are one of them, learn with your child. By using technology at home with your child, you can help teachers continue and extend classroom learning AND show your child you are willing to be a student as well.