Yeadon, Pennsylvania Tutoring Programs
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Yeadon District and Curriculum
William Penn School District believes in the importance of providing quality education to its students and fostering a safe learning environment where each student can grow and reach their personal potential. With this in mind, the district provides courses and programs which adequately prepare students for milestones they will face on the way to graduation as well as life after high school. They use a curriculum based on the goals set forth in the Common Core State Standards.
We currently cover the following Yeadon-area school district: William Penn School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Yeadon District Curriculum
Starting at an elementary level, students are provided with a grounding in Core subjects of Math, Reading and Writing. Students with special needs including gifted students and English Language Learners are accommodated and provided for. The importance of good character is also emphasized; therefore school takes on a dual role of helping students to learn social and physical values as well as academic ones.
Penn Wood High School builds on the core and basic knowledge that students have acquired in the first years of school and adds depth and options to their curriculum. Students are encouraged to take courses that are both within their chosen career or professional goals as well as some outside of them to provide a well rounded educational foundation. The High school offers AP courses in certain subjects for high school students who wish to take them as well as many other helps such as College Prep focused courses, Career Center, and an increasing array of technology courses.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Yeadon Educational News
- Community Summer Programs for K-12 Students - The district provides a number of summer camps - not meant to be like summer school - for students in the district. Students participate in all sorts of outdoor activities, they can attend a science camp, or participate in a sports camp.
- Penn Wood Middle and High School Students Attend Science Olympiad - Way to go William Penn School District students who attended this year’s Science Olympiad at Neumann University. Here students got to compete on different events and experience a bit of what college life can be.
- Students Participate in Talent Show - Students from William Penn School District participated in this year’s talent show in March. From singers to poets, students were encouraged to share their talents. Later, top performances were awarded first, second, and third place prizes.
Yeadon 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 Value of Extracurricular Activities
Although extracurricular activities are sometimes cut when funding is low, there are many benefits to extracurricular activities for students and some have noted a correlation between students being involved in such activities and them being less likely to drop out of school. Extracurricular activities can help students connect with the school environment of school and can help build self esteem and peer cooperation. These positive aspects have been noted to influence students even in grades earlier than high school. Middle School students often benefit greatly from extracurricular activities as well, providing safe environments where they can express themselves and explore activities that they might not otherwise be able to participate in. The high school extracurricular groups really set students define themselves – everything from traditional opportunities like the school newspaper, yearbook, or debate club, to academically competitive groups like the Science Olympiad, and community outreach focused groups like Key Club all allow students to find their nice. Extracurricular activities can be a huge benefit for students.