Taylor, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Taylor District and Curriculum
Taylor School District is a medium-sized district that serves the entire city of Taylor as well as parts of a few neighboring communities. A big focus for this district preparing students for a 21st century world where collaboration and critical thinking are essential. Teachers also receive strong support through professional development designed to raise student achievement.
We currently cover the following Taylor-area school district: Taylor School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Taylor District Curriculum
The curriculum in the Taylor School District is based on Michigan’s Core Curriculum and State Standards. For elementary students, this means they study basic concepts like phonics and learn comprehension skills at the same time. Students learn more advanced skills and dig for deeper meaning in texts as they grow. Math instruction uses hands-on experiences to teach concepts. Students are also taught critical thinking and problem solving skills.
At the high school level, students are challenged with coursework designed to get them ready for college and careers. Four years of English and Language Arts instruction is required as well as both algebra and geometry. Students may also enroll in Advanced Placement courses in order to earn college credit and Taylor Schools also offer a JROTC program for students who qualify.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Taylor Educational News
- Environmental Learning - Students from Blair Moody Elementary School cruised on the Detroit River to learn what makes our waterways so special. They examined plankton, tested several water samples, and even got to handle some of the river’s residents.
- Flying Aces - Holland Elementary School had a visit from Flying Aces, a freestyle Frisbee group that teaches math and physics with spinning discs. Their demonstration also included a contest that got all students on their feet and taught the importance of always staying active.
- Beyond the Classroom - When it comes to cleaning up, Myers Elementary has some all-star students. The fifth grade class used Earth Day as an opportunity to pick up litter and clean up their school’s entrance.
Taylor 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: Overcoming Test Anxiety
For some students, test anxiety is an unfortunate reality but there are simple things parents can do to help children overcome it. First, don’t emphasize scores. Instead, tell your child that if they do their best, you will be proud of them no matter what. Your child may also need help breaking up material into smaller chunks. Sometimes anxiety is because students are feeling overwhelmed. Helping your child focus on one piece at a time will make it more manageable. Lastly, don’t be afraid to talk to your child’s teacher. Test anxiety is a serious concern that he or she may be able to help with. Overcoming anxiety isn’t easy but these tips will help your child feel more comfortable when assessments roll around.