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Vienna Charter Township District and Curriculum
The curriculum at Clio Area School District is based on the educational standards set by the Michigan Department of Education. The subject-area frameworks detail the grade level expectations for skills and knowledge that students should acquire each year within each subject. The grade level expectations represent the building blocks that provide students with a solid academic foundation. Students are also encouraged to develop important social skills like collaboration and the ability to communicate with different people as part of the college and career readiness standards implemented by the district.
We currently cover the following Vienna Charter Township-area school district: Clio Area School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Vienna Charter Township District Curriculum
Algebra is a part of the mathematics curriculum at Clio Area School District. This course is taught as the basis for other mathematics courses that the students will take, as well as many of the sciences. The formulas can be found through the study of geometry, calculus, chemistry and biology. This study allows students to learn the problem-solving skills needed throughout their lives and provides them a strong foundation in mathematics.
Geography and civics are part of the Social Studies curriculum. At Clio Area School District, students discover the different aspects of the subject that help create a culture. Some of these include the jobs that the people can perform and the lifestyle they wish to have. Other factors include locations, and trade. The unifying factors that the students learn about the world in geography help them feel they have commonalities with people near and far. In civics, students learn about how their government and the election process work.
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- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society inducts students into the society who have displayed high levels of character, service, leadership and academics. These traits need to be demonstrated while in school and around the community. They also need to maintain these same traits after inducted and as they continue to take part in service projects in the community.
- FFA Organization - FFA is organized for all students that have an interest in a career which is connected to agriculture. Each of the members share their experiences and skills with the others. They also discover new skills from experts in the community. They can then take the skills and knowledge they have learned and take part in competitions throughout the state.
- DECA Club - DECA is organized to help students in the area of marketing, finance, hospitality and management. The students that join this group grow their skills so they can be successful in their futures. They participate in meetings, in conventions and competitions. By taking part in each of these they are able to meet others who share their dreams. They are also eligible to apply for scholarships.
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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: Culture and Education
Culture has a big impact on how children learn. There are some cultures believe that working with other students is cheating while others see it as a way to give or receive assistance. There are places where it is believed that children should be quiet during the school day and eye contact should be avoided. One more is that all material should be considered communal while others believe that items belong to the individual. The differences in cultural history and ideologies need to be considered in the classroom and if children get together to study at home so they can obtain knowledge in a way that is suitable to them.