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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tullahoma District Curriculum

U. S. History is a part of the Social Studies curriculum. At Tullahoma City Schools, this subject covers the political, diplomatic, intellectual, cultural, social and economic history of the United States. To help the students discover the relevance of this subject to their lives, educators use primary and secondary sources as well as technological resources. By using each of these sources the students are able to tie the past with the present.

Tullahoma City Schools include biology in their study of science. Through this study students become familiar with living systems. As with other sciences, students begin by discovering the basic characteristics of living being and then becoming more specific as they progress through the grades. By the time they graduate, the students become so familiar with the human body that they are able to design a project that takes the students on a tour through the human body. Students learn to look at the details of a topic, in order to convey detailed information.

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Tullahoma District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The curriculum at Tullahoma City Schools is based on the Common Core Curriculum. This allows the school to create materials that will assist the students in being prepared for the ever-changing global community. Core academics is focused on during the elementary and middle school years, with students expected to do analytic work in middle school. This prepares them for high school where there is even greater depth as well as the expectation that students develop more independence in their learning. To support that, the high school has a wide variety of electives, extracurricular organizations, career and technical courses, as well as opportunities to work on collaborative projects that raise awareness of issues or support a local goal.

We currently cover the following Tullahoma-area school district: Tullahoma City Schools.

Keeping Informed: Recent Tullahoma Educational News

  • Future Business Leaders of America - Future Business Leaders of America is an association that helps prepare students for careers in the business fields. The members take part in fundraisers and compete in conferences where they can meet others students and business leaders in the fields they are interested in.
  • ImprovaTeers - This group is a member of the International Thespian Society. The members are performers and behind the scenes people. They produce shows and events for Coffee County. For parents who are interested in supporting this group, there are many ways to help out. Parents can volunteer to work with students on the production, on concessions, and on getting out the word about upcoming events.
  • Student Council - Student Council is open to all students who are willing to commit to fulfilling service opportunities in the school and the community. They take part in sponsoring football and basketball homecoming activities and in the spring talent show. There are four leaders that are elected by the student body each year.

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Each of them is highly-qualified K-12 and university educators

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Chalk Talk: Developing Speaking Skills in Children

Children can lose confidence when asked to speak in front of others. There are some ways that parents can help children overcome this fear. First, bring a group of children from the same age group together. Then have the child practice speaking in front of them and encourage them to listen to any feedback. This group should meet regularly to become more comfortable. Parents also need to help create a list of goals and then reward them when they accomplish these goals. Finally, use technology to help the child prepare. Have her research ideas, watch videos and listen to webcasts to find examples of good speaking skills. By helping the child in this way, they will be helping to build the child's confidence whenever they may speak.


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