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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Union City District Curriculum
The literature curriculum at Union City Schools is included in Language Arts. Within this subject is the study of world literature. The students discover multicultural literature in world literature as well. The students also read books from many different time periods. They learn how to study and examine each work and they learn how to read for a specific purpose. Throughout this study they also grow in their reading stamina, fluency and their vocabulary through in-class and independent reading.
U. S. History is a part of the Social Studies curriculum. At Union City Schools, this subject covers the political, diplomatic, intellectual, cultural, social and economic history of the United States. It encompasses the time periods from the first colonists to present day. To help the students discover the relevance of this subject to their lives, educators use primary and secondary sources as well as technological resources. High school students discuss and debate major political issues, such as healthcare and school district funding.
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Union City District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Union City Schools strive to produce confident graduates with the skills and knowledge base necessary for them to successfully challenge the future. Interventions are offered when necessary, and teachers are given the freedom to tailor their lessons to the needs of individual students. In addition to academics, a diverse offering of extracurricular activities is available to encourage students to become more well-rounded. These include sports, music and band offerings, performing and visual arts opportunities, and community service options. The hope is that students develop diverse interests they can take with them later in life.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Union City Educational News
- DECA Club - DECA is part of a national organization which develops skills needed in marketing, management and entrepreneurship in its members. It aims at educating its members about marketing and business strategies by working with the school’s curriculum. Members learn how to become leaders and team members through many opportunity provided to them through this organization. They also have opportunities to receive recognition locally, statewide and nationally.
- FFA Organization - FFA, or Future Farmers of America, is more than an organization for farmers. Today members have interests in biology, chemistry, business and many aspects of agriculture. The skills they develop can then be used to help them succeed in their desired field and in competitions.
- Future Business Leaders of America - FBLA helps the students interested in careers in business develop skills, community action and leadership. Some of the ways they learn these skills are by becoming involved as a leader in the organization, attending conferences and workshops. They also serve in various ways in the school and community.
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When thinking about college, it is difficult to know where to begin. Even if a student is not interested in the traditional four-year post-graduation education, it would be helpful for them to consider a two-year course so they can have a better chance of succeeding in the job market. Some high schools offer programs called tech-prep, school-to-career, or similar names which are worthwhile to look into. If a four-year education is the choice, students need to consider taking as many science and mathematics courses that they can. Quite often this is the area that admission offices look at when making decisions. They also consider extracurricular activities, including any volunteering or awards. It is never to early to begin to help a child prepare for success in entering the college of their choice.