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Lake St. Louis District and Curriculum

The schools in Wentsville R-IV School District offer strong, supportive curriculums for their students. First and foremost, they believe in the safety of their students, not just safety from physical harm, but the safety of a supportive environment so that students feel secure to pursue their academic goals. Of course, they must first have academic goals, and the schools in the Wentsville district strive to instill in students a love of learning and a desire to explore the world around them.

We currently cover the following Lake St. Louis-area school district: Wentsville R-IV School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lake St. Louis District Curriculum

The curriculum follows the Missouri Learning Standards and stress real-world applications of lessons. The curriculum has many goals in preparing students with the requisite knowledge and skills. Students who take responsibility for their own learning are more likely to become engaged, active citizens and achieve success in their lives.

In humanities classes, students read complex texts, discuss and evaluate them for meaning and intent, and write analytical essays about their findings. Students gather evidence from their reading to support their opinions and are also provided guiding questions to answer with evidence. Students learn to read, write, speak, listen, and use language effectively in a variety of academic subjects. Grammar rules and vocabulary acquisition are also stressed. The curriculum promotes the literacy skills and concepts required for college and career readiness in multiple disciplines.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lake St. Louis Educational News

  • Parents as Teachers - Parents as Teachers is a community based effort to support the districts youngest students. Parents visit families with children from birth to 5 and help develop literacy and learning skills using fun and skill-based activities.
  • PTO/PTA Organizations - Each school in the district has an active Parent Teacher Organization. These groups provide a number of services from strengthening resources and programs available to students to raising funds to assist schools in these goals.
  • THS Guidance Department - Timberland High School’s Guidance Department exists to help its students throughout their high school career in all areas of academic life. The counselors are able to direct students on the best course of study based on their interests and skills, and can connect students to many potential learning opportunities.

Lake St. Louis 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: How To Meet People in College

The first semester of college is probably the hardest and certainly has the highest dropout rate. It’s a difficult adjustment having to keep up with the workload, and the independence offered in college can be a culture shock. But one of the biggest challenges is simply meeting people. College is unlike high school in many ways. Classes tend to larger and require more autonomy from students. Relationships aren’t made as easily, and odds are, a student might never have another class with the people in a particular class, so lasting bonds can be difficult to make. Core classes will offer more opportunities to form friendships, since students are more likely to share other classes. Dorm life can also lead to relationships, since these students are likely to spend a lot of time together. Seeking out like-minded students can help, so joining clubs and taking part in activities is a great benefit.

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