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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Vicksburg District Curriculum
Literature is a part of a student’s life from the first day of school at Vicksburg Warren Public Schools. Children are introduced to a variety books all during their kindergarten year. By the end of the year, the child is able to identify a book by its name and its author. By the fourth grade, the student is able to identify the main focus of a book. These skills progress and when students are in high school, they are able to analyze and interpret the book and its meaning.
By the end of first grade at Vicksburg Warren Public Schools, a child is able to add and subtract as well as deconstruct a number by using base-ten math. As they progress into the intermediate years, the student is able to identify a number to the thousandth place, plus they learn to add and subtract equations up to four digits. This knowledge is taken with the child to high school as they learn how to work with equations and functions in geometry, algebra, calculus and trigonometry.
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Vicksburg District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The schools in Vicksburg follow a Common Core Curriculum framework that puts Math and Literacy skills front and center, but also emphasizes other areas of learning that will engage students’ real interest in learning. Math and literacy are taught so that students understand it practically and analytically, and are able to apply problem-solving, literacy and communication skills in all other areas of life.
We currently cover the following Vicksburg-area school district: Vicksburg Warren School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Vicksburg Educational News
- Vicksburg Warren Personnel Honored - The Vicksburg Warren School District’s Communications Officer was honored recently. This officer was named Membership Chair for the River City Chapter of the Public Relations Association of Mississippi.
- Teacher of the Year - A Sherman Avenue Elementary Kindergarten Teacher was awarded the Vicksburg Warren County Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year. To go along with his award, the teacher was presented a check to use for the classroom to assist in projects or technology equipment.
- Literacy Grant Awarded - Vicksburg Reads was awarded to Vicksburg High School. This literacy grant provides funds for the library in the school to remain open for longer hours, allowing students and parents the opportunity to make use of the facility with greater ease.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: How to Encourage a Life-Long Love of Reading
Reading is a pathway to adventure and fun. It is also food for the imagination. To help make reading important in a child’s life, a few steps may be required. First, include in the weekly errands, a trip to the library. Let the children explore the topics that interest and excite them. If possible, allow them to have their own library card, to give them a sense of responsibility. Another fun way to encourage reading in a child is to make it a part of their daily schedule. Set aside so many minutes a day as reading time. At this time, all members of the household have to stop whatever they are doing and read. If this is made a part of a child’s life from an early age, it will become a habit that will be hard for them to break as they get older. A child will also become more interested in reading if they have their own books that they can read again and again.