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Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Tutoring Programs

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Fuquay-Varina District and Curriculum

Fuquay-Varina is served by six schools – four elementary schools as well as Fuquay-Varina Middle and High schools – as part of the Wake County Public School System. The curriculum is rigorous and provides a standards-based approach to learning, with the standards consisting of the skills and knowledge students need in each subject. Critical thinking is introduced during elementary school and students are encouraged to bring their own ideas to their inquiry into a subject. The development of 21st century learning skills and achievement of the college and career ready standards in the curriculum are primary goals of the schools.

We currently cover the following Fuquay-Varina-area school district: Wake County Public School System.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fuquay-Varina District Curriculum

The elementary grades use a balanced approach to literacy instruction, as students receive direct, explicit instruction in foundational skills, comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary. The balanced literacy approach consists of daily instruction in both reading and writing; learning in whole-group, small-group, and individualized settings; and teachers modeling comprehension and work attack strategies and higher order thinking skills. The use of digital media helps students apply, locate, synthesize, and utilize information.

Math instruction focuses on deep conceptual understanding, with students solving real-world problems and collaborating with classmates. Science instruction in the district is student-centered; inquiry-based; and involves students predicting, talking and sharing, recording observations and data, and generating responses based on evidence. Understanding the process of scientific discovery is a key goal. Another goal is for students to be able to utilize all the logical reasoning strategies they learn in many problem-solving contexts.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Fuquay-Varina Educational News

  • Wake County Public School Career Academies - The district's Career Academies offer many students a great opportunity to specialize their education in an area of particular interest to them. Some of the Academies include Engineering, Culinary Arts, Medical Bioscience, Environmental Studies, Art and Design, Finance and many other options.
  • District Initiates Strong Community Partnerships - As a large district, Wake County Public Schools is able to develop meaningful partnerships with members of the community. Businesses and non-profit organizations offer many learning opportunities to students and also support volunteerism on the part of their employees.
  • Three Fuquay-Varina Students Honored - The Wake County school board honored 40 students with Spotlight on Students awards for their outstanding achievements. This group includes three fifth graders from Fuquay-Varina area elementary schools: one each from Ballentine, Herbert Akins, and Lincoln Heights Elementary schools.

Fuquay-Varina 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: Student Feedback

It is important that students receive thoughtful feedback on their performance, which can help explain the grades they received. The teacher comments should describe some things the student did well and what he/she could improve upon. Following is an example of teacher feedback on a fifth grade student who received a cumulative grade of an ‘A’ on a social studies unit. During this unit, each student has completed several projects, researching the country of his or her choice. The purpose of this unit was not only for the students to learn about their countries—as well as others—but also to work on their writing, research, and presentation skills.