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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tremonton District Curriculum
In English, students begin having to explain the content of the material they read very early, and start writing about what they have read as early as first grade. Similarly, in Mathematics they are taught the basic components of algebra, geometry, and statistics beginning in elementary school, and begin working with variables in sixth grade. The integrated mathematics courses aim to support a basis for using mathematics skills outside of the classroom.
To help students meet the goals set by the Utah Core, Box Elder School District uses content-based grading. Students are evaluated on the extent to which they master the standards for a subject at the appropriate level, rather than through earning points. The goal of content-based grading is to make sure that all students can meet the standards in the Core, and can know precisely what areas they need to focus on in order to improve.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Tremonton students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Tremonton District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
All school districts in Utah, including Box Elder School District, are guided in their curriculum by the Utah Core Standards. The Utah Core is a new program, based on the best educational research, that has as its goal making sure students are college and career ready at graduation, with strong problem-solving skills. The Core Standards are sequentially designed, so that students can build upon a strong foundation towards more advanced academic skills.
We currently cover the following Tremonton-area school district: Box Elder School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Tremonton Educational News
- Redistricting News - Box Elder School District is taking steps to equalize enrollment between all of its elementary schools. Many schools are over capacity, so the district is adding new resources, including construction in some areas, and redistricting where various students go, to make sure that all students will be able to attend a school that has the resources to support them.
- Celebrating Medieval England - Students at Bear River High School, which serves students from Tremonton, transformed their school into the medieval castle. The Madrigal Choir helped to organize the Madrigal Feast, which ties in with their study of medieval songs. A traditional meal was served, and entertainment was provided by jesters and courtiers.
- School Community Partnerships - Employees from local McDonald’s franchises did community service at schools throughout the region, including Harris Intermediate in Tremonton. The service project was a way of connecting the businesses to their communities; many of the employees have children or family members in the schools. At Harris, employees and students joined together to repaint the lines on an outdoor basketball court.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: Good Work Habits
The right work habits can make success in school easier. It is important to learn how much time various assignments will take you, and to budget time to accomplish them. Time off from any given task makes it easier to accomplish; particularly with writing, taking time away from the process will allow you to approach it with fresh eyes. Learn how to take notes on your reading, so that you’ll be able to consult them when it’s time to study or write a paper. Figure out what methods—flashcards, reviewing notes, talking about questions with a friend—most help you remember new material, and set up chances to practice them.