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Woodhaven District and Curriculum

The curriculum at Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is based on the Michigan Merit Curriculum which is comprehensive and provides college and career readiness standards to assist all students in achieving their post-secondary goals. The elementary curriculum is focused on the skills involved in critical reading and writing and mathematical problem-solving. These abilities help prepare students for studying history, science, and other subjects. High school students also have options that allow them to specialize in subject areas that they are talented in and interested in pursuing in their future.

We currently cover the following Woodhaven-area school district: Woodhaven-Brownstown School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Woodhaven District Curriculum

Geography is a part of the Social Studies curriculum. At Woodhaven-Brownstown School District geography helps the students become aware of the different cultures, lifestyles, countries and maps throughout the world. They discover how to use each of these and how to find similarities and differences. Beginning with local geography, they then progress to the state, national, and worldwide geography. By studying how various groups of people live throughout the world, they also discover how similar we all are.

The science curriculum at Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is designed to introduce students to the world from a different perspective. Students begin by looking at the general external physical characteristics of items. They then build onto this by looking at the cycles that help to create the item being examined such as the life or rock cycle. From here the study of science continues on to look at the molecules and atoms that are included in every item on earth and in the environment. This includes how elements react with other elements.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Woodhaven Educational News

  • DECA Club - DECA, an organization for marketing students, helps students improve the skills they will need to be a success in the career of their choice. Students learn abilities needed in marketing, finance, hospitality and entrepreneurship. Each of the skills they acquire or hone can then be taken to competitions where they also meet students with common goals.
  • HOSA Club - HOSA is open for any student that is enrolled in health care education. This National organization show the students how to provide the highest quality healthcare to everyone. The students can grow in areas of leadership and personal motivation, as well as be prepared for their next step in their career.
  • FFA Organization - FFA is a part of the Agriculture program. The members share the knowledge and skills they have with each other. Students with career goals in biology, business, horticulture and more are welcome in this organization. Experts in the field come to meetings to share their knowledge to help each member have success in fulfilling their dreams. The members also are encouraged to participate in competitions where they can practice judging or participating in the competition, including leadership contests.

Woodhaven 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: The Importance of Social Studies in the Classroom

Many American students are unable to identify most of the state capitals or locate states on the map. How can students fully understand different events in the world if they have no concept of what area of the world these events occur? Speaking of world events, many students do not watch the news or read the newspaper, but social studies class allows them to become familiar with current events that are happening around the globe. It is also essential that students gain a deep understanding of key historical events and figures—this does not mean dates—and how they helped shape their country and world to be what they are today. In social studies, young students learn about important events in their state and about their roles in and duties to society as citizens.