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Versailles, Kentucky Tutoring Programs
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Versailles District and Curriculum
The Woodford County Public School District serves over 4,000 students, who are spread out among 7 schools: 5 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school. The district’s curricula conforms to the standards of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards. Its teachers are determined to ensuring the success of each of its students through their partnership with staff, parents, and the community. The district’s schools follow the Common Core Initiatives for its math and English language arts curriculum. Woodford County Public Schools encourage dialogue amongst its 7 schools to ensure the consistency and appropriateness of content across all learning levels.
We currently cover the following Versailles-area school district: Woodford County Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Versailles District Curriculum
Woodford County School District proudly teaches its instructors the Kentucky Core Academic Standards, including science, social studies, and health and physical education, Students are expected to begin learning the basics of health education starting in their freshman year, learning about issues such as maintaining mental and emotional health, nutrition, and community awareness of relevant health issues.
The District encourages its students to apply the concepts they have learned about health issues to helping their community. Students mobilize to visit local senior centers and pre-school centers to engage the community in dialogue about the importance of maintaining healthy lifestyles regardless of age. Students receive credit for their efforts and often use these activities to list on college applications. The district prepares its students for a college education based on its success in implementing the Kentucky Department of Education’s curricula.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Versailles Educational News
- Kentucky Students Win Big at SkillsUSA Competition - At the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Conference, nine students finished in the top five of their competition. The Skills USA Competition is an academic and pre-professional event for students who are interested in business and want to participate in an extracurricular that helps them hone future business skills.
- Kentucky Dept. of Education Awards Grants to 53 Districts - The state’s Department of Education has awarded $10,000 grants to schools which raised their districts’ compulsory school age from 16 to 18, encouraging higher graduation rates for these schools. Students are also benefiting from a wider array of career and technical oriented programs that help them prepare for post-secondary life.
- Kentucky Summer Food Service Program Kicks Off Successfully - In Lexington, the state’s summer program for providing school children with food, has been “making a difference” in the community, according to the First Lady of Kentucky. Not only does this program ensure that children have quality nutrition all year round, but it provides a connection between kids and the school community all year round.
Versailles 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: College Admissions Preparation
At some point in their high school career, students who wish to attend University after graduation will be faced with what many call a daunting task: preparing your college admissions applications. But doing so doesn’t need to be such a hassle. With some organization and basic knowledge of how the process works, you can ensure that the process flows smoothly. First, start early. This is essential to allowing yourself enough time to research all relevant information, including tuition costs, admission acceptance rates, campus life, and all other factors that require research. Keep a chart where you can write down the different schools’ basic information for easy consultation later on. Next, as you begin the process of filling out the application, have certain documents on hand, including your high school report cards and any information relevant to the form that you might wish to consult. As you work through your applications, keep a list of schools you’ve already applied to, and schools you still want to apply to.