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Statesville, North Carolina Tutoring Programs
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Statesville District and Curriculum
The Common Core State Standards guides the curriculum for the Iredell-Statesville School System. With the vertical integration of objectives that must be mastered at each level of primary and secondary education, student success will be the outcome.
We currently cover the following Statesville-area school district: Iredell-Statesville School System.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Statesville District Curriculum
Science begins even in Kindergarten, with the teaching of basic physics concepts such as direction of motion and instruction about environmental factors like weather patterns. The life cycles of animals, classifying species according to scientific categories, and the basic understandings of the human body’s movement and support systems provide the foundations for more advanced scientific courses in middle school and high school.
Technology is seamlessly integrated into the Science curriculum, with inquiry-based research projects and presentations developed by students. Developing problem-solving skills and real-life applications is integral to the relevance that ensures students will incorporate science into their own lives. Beyond the sciences, technology is also integrated into other subjects and used as a tool for learning and research, creating original works, publishing and presenting, and learning about how to innovate and think creatively.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Statesville Educational News
- I-SS Competitors Win Video Challenge - “Beneath the Surface” was the theme of the national 2013 Teen Video Challenge, sponsored by the Collaborative Summer Library Program. Two ninth-graders from Statesville HS were named the state winners of the challenge for North Carolina, with their message about reading and the Iredell County Public Library.
- Global Team Award Earned - East Iredell Elementary’s own Splash Team recently earned the Global Team Award for 2013 from VIF International Education. The three educators earned this distinction for their efforts in motivating students, schools, and the community to value cultural diversity. Splash! is a Spanish language immersion program that was integrated at East Iredell in 2009-10.
- Middle School IB Programs Recognized - SchoolDigger.com, an independent school comparison website, recognized Mt. Mourne and Northview Middle Schools for their International Baccalaureate—Middle Years programs. Though the academically-rigorous curriculum for 6th through 8th graders has only been in I-SS for three years, success has been quickly integrated.
Statesville 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: Teachers are People, Too
Teachers, like your friends, have their own personalities. Figuring out each teacher can help you! For example, if a teacher is usually at school thirty minutes before the first bell, he probably expects you to be early or on time—to class and with your assignments.If a teacher says that she was grading papers late at night, that could mean that she is very dedicated and values a student who is willing to put forth extra effort too. Talking to a teacher before or after class gives them a chance to discover your personality too, which helps you become an individual instead of just a face in the room. The same idea holds true for college too—go ask a question of your professor during his or her office hours so you will be a person to them, not just a number.