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Towson District and Curriculum

Students in preschool through the twelfth grade in Towson attend school in the Baltimore County Public School system. The district offers a variety of learning opportunities for students of all ages and ability levels. All students are challenged and encouraged to achieve their highest possible potential in order to prepare them for success in college and the workforce. Unique lessons are delivered in traditional classrooms as well as in the field. Doing so allows students to make strong connections between their school-based learning and the real world. The development of 21st century skills is also emphasized in Baltimore County. Technology is integrated at all levels to ensure children have the tools necessary to be successful in our modern society.

We currently cover the following Towson-area school district: Baltimore County Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Towson District Curriculum

Students studying physical education in Towson do so in a number of realms. In the motor learning strand, students devise practice plans that allow them to build skills necessary for participation in games. This includes the development of both open and closed skills. Learners also explore biomechanical principles that underlie muscle performance and production of force. Students learn about various muscle groups, analyze how the size of a muscle impacts the amount of force produced, and investigate how the distance a muscle must stretch impacts force as well.

Towson’s fine arts curriculum gives elementary and middle school students the opportunity to learn dance. Students learn about the various elements of dance and how those elements are used to communicate meaning to an audience. As part of that, students explore various genres of dance and interpret ideas and concepts unique to each form of dance. Kinesthetic awareness is also studied. Students learn about alignment, flexibility, endurance, balance, and timing as part of their pursuit of the technical skills required to perform dance moves in a fluid, proficient, and safe manner.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Towson Educational News

  • E-Learning Hearings Held - A conference on e-learning was recently held in Washington, D.C., and S. Dallas Dance, superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools was there to advocate for funding for digital learning. In his testimony, Dr. Dance spoke about the advantages of digital learning for K-12 students.
  • Kindness Club Visits Local Seniors - The Victory Villa Kindness Club created holiday decorations for local seniors over their winter break. The students delivered the decorations to residents at HCR Manor Care in Rossville.
  • Middle School Writing Contest - The annual Baltimore County Middle School Writing Contest needs talented writers for this year’s competition. The George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology sponsors the contest.

Towson 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: The Value of Music Education

There are many benefits that students derive from studying music. The discipline required to practice and commit oneself to studying music means music students manage their time effectively and set appropriate, attainable goals. Students who study music also demonstrate improved academic abilities, including better scores on standardized measures of math. Research shows that these students scored 27 percent higher on tests involving proportional math and fractions. Math proficiency in general is higher for students that study music, particularly in the middle school and high school years. SAT scores are higher for students that engage in musical performance as well, on both verbal and mathematical measures. Music students also demonstrate better behavior in school, with far fewer discipline referrals than their peers.

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