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Trenton District and Curriculum
Residents of the City of Trenton will attend Trenton Public Schools (TPS). The Curriculum Leadership Council (CLC) at TPS researches, plans, implements, monitors, and evaluates the district’s K-12 curriculum. In accordance with the Michigan Curriculum Framework (MCF) and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the CLC has designed a curriculum that prepares students for sequential and developmentally appropriate learning. The curriculum provides rigorous core academic study, while offering many electives options. The district’s emphasis on college and career readiness meets guidelines of the Michigan Department of Education (MDOE) and the CCSS.
We currently cover the following Trenton-area school district: Trenton Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Trenton District Curriculum
Following the MDOE Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE), the K-8 curriculum highlights key elements in core instruction. In English language arts, teachers provide lessons in writing, reading, speaking, listening, and viewing. Science instruction consists of science processes, physical science, life science, and earth science. In mathematics, students will learn numbers operations, algebra, measurement, geometry, and data and probability. Social studies lessons focus on history, geography, civics and government, economics, and public discourse/citizen involvement. Students will learn the social studies through the following contexts: myself and others; families and schools; the local community; Michigan studies; United States studies; and integrated American history.
The secondary curriculum emphasizes post-secondary preparation through Educational Development Plans (EDP). In accordance with Michigan’s six career pathways (arts and communications; business, management, marketing, and technology; engineering and industrial technology; health sciences; human services; and natural resources and agriscience), students will create and monitor personal curricula to meet post-secondary goals.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Trenton Educational News
- Trenton Students Recognized for Excellence through Society Membership - Students at Trenton High School have an opportunity to join the National Honor Society. NHS is a national organization that honors students with outstanding records in academics, service, character, and leadership.
- Student Council Encourages Involvement in School Activities - The Trenton High School Student Council provides many opportunities for student-led and -organized activities. Students in SC engage in positive interactions among the student body, promoting more student involvement and leadership.
- Trenton Students Join State’s Growing Robotics Program - Trenton High School’s Torque Team will compete for the first time at one of many FIRST Robotics competitions. The Torque Team is looking to place high in the rookie field, as 80 new teams will be in contention this year. Michigan has seen a total of 278 new robotics teams this year, which leads the nation in quantity.
Trenton 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 Kids Focus
Technology has simplified our lives, and with it, cluttered our attention spans. While some may argue that multi-tasking is a 21st century skill, others counter that focusing on one task is just as important. As attention and focus wane in this digital age, there are a few skills parents and teachers can help children sharpen. Teaching and talking about attention is important. Starting with toddlers, show children how to focus on small details in music, art, and everyday activities. Ask children to point out blue cars while riding in the car or have them identity certain musical instruments in songs. Make sure to model for children. By focusing together and paying attention to children, parents and teachers can demonstrate the importance of engaging with one another, free from distractions. Provide children with technology-free spaces.