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Turpin Hills District and Curriculum

Students in Turpin Hills attend public school in Forest Hills School District. The district has over 7,500 students between their nine schools. It is a comprehensive district, offering educational programs for children from kindergarten through high school. The primary mission of the district is to ensure the success of each and every student. Working with parents, families, and community members, teachers and district staff members seek to create an environment in which this mission can be achieved. Students enjoy small class sizes in Turpin Hills, which facilitate their individual development and growth. The district also offers a number of courses that prepare students for college and career.

We currently cover the following Turpin Hills-area school district: Forest Hills School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Turpin Hills District Curriculum

The elementary-level English language arts curriculum helps prepare students to be effective readers of literary works. Teachers work with students to develop positive reading habits, such as asking relevant questions about their readings to determine things like the key ideas and details of the text. Students learn how to identify the essential events in a text, as well as the setting of those events. Character analysis is undertaken, with students learning how to correctly identify the narrator of a story. Learners also engage in asking questions such as who, what, when, where, and why.

Part of Turpin Hills’ high school math curriculum is a study of geometry. Students explore circles, learning how to identify the area of circles and arc lengths. Circular theorems are introduced, which students learn how to apply in order to solve problems. Volume formulas are part of the curriculum as well, as are measurement and dimension. The relationship between 2-D and 3-D objects is also explored. Learners gain an understanding of congruence, and work with planar transformations in order to prove geometric theorems.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Turpin Hills Educational News

  • Students Benefit from College Credit Plus - High School Students in Turpin Hills can earn college credit as part of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program. Students in 7th and 8th grades can earn high school credit as part of the program as well. The goal is to help students connect to their future educational plans and get a running start on them.
  • Early Childhood Education Programs Available - Forest Hills School District offers an early childhood education program for children under the age of five that live within the district’s boundaries. Both preschool and Head Start are available.
  • Parent Resources and Lending Library Available - The Parent Resource Coordinator in Forest Hills School District is available to meet with parents with children who have special needs. The Resource Coordinator can provide details about laws, support groups, and other special education resources.

Turpin Hills 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: Technology Safety

With more and more students bringing technology to school to use as a learning tool, school districts and parents need to take measures to ensure children are using technology in a safe manner. Especially with younger children, basic rules need to be established. For example, kids should avoid having drinks or food near their devices to ensure there are no accidents. Children also should be taught how to properly carry their devices to ensure they don’t accidently drop it and cause damage, such as a cracked screen. When at home, kids need to have boundaries for when they can and cannot use technology and what they can use their devices to do. Educational purposes, like homework, should take precedent over other activities, such as playing games. Parents also need to discuss safe practices when using the Internet, social media, or Internet-enabled apps to ensure their children’s private information remains private.