Waverly, Michigan Tutoring Programs
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Waverly District and Curriculum
The Waverly Community Schools follow the curriculum guidelines established by the Michigan Department of Education. These guidelines provide educators with a series of learning objectives in each academic subject, including Health, Nutrition, and Career and Employability Skills, so that all students receive an education that prepares them for their college and career goals. In addition, there is the Michigan Merit Curriculum which offers a rigorous college preparatory learning experience and many schools also adopt the Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate curricula as well.
We currently cover the following Waverly-area school district: Waverly Community Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Waverly District Curriculum
Waverly Community Schools, in their English curriculum, teach students how to create successful written and oral presentations. To begin the students learn which skills are important in sharing topics and finding evidence that supports their points. They also learn how to locate information, conduct research, and summarize materials into a form that would interest their audience. By using these skills the students will be able to create and present material, not only in high school, but throughout their lives.
The Social Studies curriculum at Waverly Community Schools introduces students to cultures from around the world. Looking at local history, students discover why and when settled in their community, state and country. With this as a baseline, students can then discover the importance trade and exploration plays on settlers choosing an area. They also use all of this information to explore why other cultures would settle where they did. This study helps students to see the items that tie people together, not matter where or when they live.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Waverly Educational News
- Interact Club - Interact is a service organization that works to help to make a positive difference in their areas. Interact is sponsored by The Rotary Club International. They take part in hands-on activities where they can learn how to work with each other and how to build leadership skills. Some of the projects they take part in also have international connections.
- FFA Organization - Students in FFA share knowledge and skills in the area of Agriculture to help each member improve in their chosen areas. The students also have the opportunity to learn from experts the knowledge they developed to be successful. In addition to all of this, students may participate in competitions for experience, awards and scholarship money. FFA, previously known as Future Farmer of America, is for all students that are interested in futures in agriculture.
- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society originated to give honor to the students that have demonstrated excellence in character, service, leadership and academics, at school and throughout their daily lives. The students that are chosen then work together to complete service projects throughout the school and the community.
Waverly 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: Habits of Highly Successful Students
Students are often confused as to how to make the decisions or act in ways that will show good choices. To see how to do this many children watch their parents to see how they act. So parents need to be aware of their actions to make sure they are setting a good example. Some habits to show care with include being proactive, to help to see what effects their actions may have. Another is to show them how to organize their actions so they will be more effective in completing projects on time and with all the information needed. Parents need to show that discussions do not always have to have a winner and a loser, there are ways to look at any situation from both sides so that everyone feels good afterwards. Finally, show the child that everyone does better when they have a little down time. This helps to energize the student and can help them to look at projects from a different angle, if they are stuck.