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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Texas City District Curriculum
Biology is a section of the Science curriculum. Students begin their biological journey by learning the basics of plants and animals. In a matter of years, students learn how to use laboratory equipment to examine specimen further. They then learn about the cells that are found in living matter. They also learn about the environment that is needed to help the cells and the plants and animals have long lives. Through biology students learn there is more than they can imagine beyond the surface of each item.
Geography is a part of the Social Studies curriculum at Texas City Schools. Students are taught how the image of the world, geographically, has changed over time as exploration has expanded boundaries. Students learn how to apply geographic ideas to their room, their town and more. They learn how country and state boundaries are created and how topographic features have a part in determining these boundaries. They also learn about other forms of geography, like cultural or economical. Geography can help students make sense of the space around them.
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Texas City District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Texas City Independent School District guides students with their education by using the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and the experience of their teachers. The comprehensive curriculum details the knowledge, concepts and thought processes that students should gain in each course of study. The school also have many career-oriented programs in their drive to educate students to 21st century learning standards at the high school level to prepare students for post-secondary success.
We currently cover the following Texas City-area school district: Texas City Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Texas City Educational News
- Interact Club - Interact is a Rotary sponsored service group. Through this organization, students learn to be connected to the community. They participate in service projects in the school and around the area they live. Each group takes part in at least two service projects a year.
- Speech and Debate Club - Speech and Debate gives students a forum to gain confidence in researching and presenting ideas to others. Through practice, coaching, dedication and hard work these students learn to compete against other students in a challenging event. Some of the areas they can compete are Humorous and Dramatic Interpretations to Original Oratory, Public Forum and Lincoln-Douglas Debate.
- FFA Activities - FFA, or the Future Farmers of America, helps students grow in the skills that are needed to pursue vocations in the agricultural field. Students may be thinking of becoming botanists, agriculture supply, hydro-farming, or many other fields. FFA can help them become more confident in their dreams of the future.
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Chalk Talk: Kindergarten Math
When a student enters kindergarten they are full of wonder and are willing to learn almost anything. Educational standards vary from state to state but, overall, students learn about the same thing. Quite a bit of the learning takes place using manipulatives to help children become more comfortable with the topic they are learning. During this year, students will begin to understand time and they will be able to tell time to the nearest hour. They learn how to combine and separate sets by using items found in the classroom, with these same items they learn how to classify and sort. Students learn how to compare numbers by using more, less and the same, plus they learn so much more. Parents should ask children each day what they have learned, then celebrate each new idea.