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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Walker District Curriculum

The elementary writing curriculum is focused on students being able to write for different audiences and produce organized work. One type of writing students will create is opinion pieces where they must support their argument or belief with evidence. These pieces are usually written about a piece of literature they have just read. Another type of writing students will complete are narrative pieces in which students write stories that are either made up or about an actual event.

As students enter high school, the writing curriculum becomes much more advanced. Students will continue to write across the main genres of writing to include opinion, informative, and narrative pieces. These writings will become lengthier and more complex as students write on more intricate topics. Most of the writing students will do in high school will consist of research papers and literary analysis.

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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Walker students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.

Walker District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Students in Walker, Michigan attend school in one of three different school districts that include Comstock Public Schools, Grandville Public Schools, and Kenowa Hills Public Schools. The Grandville Public Schools district is the largest of the three school systems with six elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The curriculum for these districts was created using the national Common Core standards and Michigan Grade Level Expectations.

We currently cover the following Walker-area school districts: Comstock Public Schools, Grandville Public Schools, and Kenowa Hills Public Schools.

Keeping Informed: Recent Walker Educational News

  • Real World Lessons at Costco - Grandville Public Schools fifth graders recently went on a field trip to the local Costco for some real life financial lessons. Students were given a budget of $150 to shop for their family from a list of required items. Students had to compare brands and prices as well as figure in the sales tax to stay on budget.
  • Robotics Team - The Grandville RoboDawgs robotics team is one of the largest in the world. They have won multiple FIRST competitions and are currently looking to compete in a Canadian competition. The team builds robots that compete against other robots.
  • Middle School Wins First Place - The Grandville Middle School team recently won first place in the second annual Science Olympiad Invitational. Teams competed in twenty three events that covered all science disciplines. The team will go on to compete at a local university in the regional competition.

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Chalk Talk: Fun Summer Research Projects

Summer is usually not the season for writing research papers. However, by making the work fun students can benefit from extra practice while enjoying a new activity. Younger students might enjoy a trip to the local zoo or aquarium where they can pick a favorite animal to write about. Some of the research could include interviews with the staff and pictures taken of the animal. If you do not have a zoo or aquarium nearby, consider doing a research project on a flower or plant you find at the park. Older students might like going to an amusement park and researching their favorite ride. Students can film the ride themselves as well as talking to the staff to do some of the research required. Some other great ideas include researching a local historical site, dream vacation locale, or favorite movie actor. Doing work over the summer doesn’t have to put a damper on the fun if you incorporate some enjoyable activities.

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