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Dardenne Prairie District and Curriculum

The school districts strive to provide a supportive, rigorous atmosphere for student learning, with guidance and interventions when necessary. Students are given ample opportunities for success, regardless of their academic background or differences in learning styles. The hope is that students will take the reins of their own education and become self-guided, life-long learners who are engaged not only in academic pursuits but in their own lives and communities.

We currently cover the following Dardenne Prairie-area school districts: Fort Zumwalt School District, Francis Howell School District, and Wentzville R-IV School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dardenne Prairie District Curriculum

The curriculum in each district follows the Missouri Learning Standards, which give students clear expectations for what they should learn. Teachers are given the freedom to modify their teaching to fit the specific needs of students, as well. In humanities classes, students read complex texts for understanding and intent. They collect evidence to use in supporting their theses in analytical papers, oral presentations and class discussions.

These critical thinking and analytic problem-solving skills are necessary for success in college and career. Beyond core academic coursework, students can take business, fine arts, family and consumer science, foreign languages, music, physical education, and technology education. Opportunities for extracurricular activities such as sports, music, art, and other pursuits are offered as well, and students are encouraged to become involved not only in their school, but in their local communities. Students who are engaged, life-long learners are more likely to be successful.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Dardenne Prairie Educational News

  • 1:1 Technology Initiative - To bolster the learning opportunities for students in their courses and technology learning, the Wentzville District has adopted a 1:1 technology initiative that ensures that each student has their own device for learning.
  • Wentzville School District Foundation - The Wentzville School District Foundation serves the entire school community by planning events, raising funds, organizing extracurricular learning opportunities, sponsoring scholarships, and funding classroom grants for field trips, materials, and other projects.
  • 5th Grade Camp - Students in Fort Zumwalt School District have a unique opportunity for fifth graders to participate in an Outdoor Education program and camp-style learning experience. In this program, student spend an academic week learning at Cuivre River State Park.

Dardenne Prairie 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: Information about Gap Years

A Gap Year is a year-long break from going to college that occurs after the senior year in high school. Young people take this time to work and save money for college, to travel and study abroad, to volunteer, or to do some combination of the three. Many colleges will allow students to differ admission for a gap year, which means they can hold on to scholarships as well. Some colleges actually look at a gap year as a very positive thing, because many students perform much better in their classes after a gap year. For many students, a gap year is a great opportunity to gain confidence and maturity so that they appreciate and do well in college. They begin to understand how important their studies should be, and how much harder their lives might be if they don’t apply themselves.