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Suffield, Connecticut Tutoring Programs

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Suffield District and Curriculum

The schools in Suffield provide a rigorous curriculum from elementary through high school that builds yearly on core topics within each subject. The entire district follows the Connecticut Common Core standards in education that seeks to create students who are not only ready for college but are career ready as well. The curriculum has many goals including the development of higher order thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills.

We currently cover the following Suffield-area school district: Suffield Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Suffield District Curriculum

Suffield Public Schools maintain high standards of education for all grade levels. In elementary, students are engaged in hands-on learning activities where students feel excited about learning. McAlister Intermediate School wants to inspire creative thinkers and a happy, safe place to grown and learn. They want to create a welcome open environment where parents feel happy to come visit their child at school and even eat lunch with them. The students are challenged to think in an in-depth way that will inspire them to learn more.

The standards focus on early literacy that will develop with each grade creating children who can read at a high level, but they can understand in depth and critically read. Writing and speaking are also emphasized. In math and science, students are challenged to think in depth as well and understand how their skills will apply to college and careers. Teachers are given time to provide students with this chance to think critically and understand the material before moving on.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Suffield Educational News

  • Book Swap in Suffield - Suffield Middle School wants to make sure that even in the dog days of summer, students have plenty of access to brain healthy stimulation. They implemented a book exchange program where any students can bring books from home that they may have already read and exchange them for a new book.
  • Agriscience Program in Suffield - Suffield High School has a rigorous program designed to prepare students for careers in agriscience. This hand-on program has courses in all levels and engages students for rewarding careers.
  • Volleyball Fundraiser - Suffield High School held a volleyball tournament to raise money for the Honor Society’s scholarship. Twenty-eight teams played throughout the night in a fun filled night where each time designed their own t-shirt and played until the sun came up.

Suffield 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 to Help Your Child Succeed in School

There is no doubt that parents have a lot on their plate along with a big helping of worry to go with it. They worry about what their kids are doing, who they’re spending time with, what they are eating, and at the top of that list, how are they doing in school? What then can a parent do? If your children are very young, you can start by making education one of the very top priorities in your family. This means your family schedules other activities around school, homework, and studying, not the other way around. It means you continually have dialog in your house about what they did in school that day and not let a simple one-word answer like “fine” suffice. Grades must be monitored and tutoring set up if needed.