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Minnetrista District and Curriculum

K-12 students in Minnetrista attend school in the Westonka School District. The district is comprised of five schools, each of which offers students a safe and stimulating environment in which to learn. Learning in Minnetrista is conducted in small learning communities in which students and teachers work closely with one another. This individualized attention promotes the development of each child’s aptitudes and interests. Westonka School District further enhances the educational process by involving the community. Parents, families, and local businesses all play an integral role in delivering essential programs and services to Minnetrista’s students.

We currently cover the following Minnetrista-area school district: Westonka School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Minnetrista District Curriculum

The elementary English language arts curriculum in Minnetrista includes a study of reading literature. Children acquire the skills needed to locate and understand the key ideas and details of a literary work. To support their analysis of these elements, students learn to find explicit evidence in the text. Learners explore various types of literature, including fables, folktales, stories, and myths, and compare and contrast the manner in which they are structured and written in different cultures.

Arts students in Minnetrista have the opportunity to study dance as part of the visual and performing arts curriculum. High school dance students analyze the social and cultural influences on dance genres from around the world. Learners develop an understanding of how one’s personal or historical context can impact the manner in which a dance is choreographed and performed. The various functions of dance are explored as well. Students learn about the role of dance as art, as a ritual, and as a cultural expression.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Minnetrista Educational News

  • Project Lead the Way Offers Engineering Courses - Students in the district are able to gain cutting edge engineering skills through courses offered by the prestigious, national program Project Lead the Way. Students often work in groups on collaborative projects that ask them to design a solution to an engineering challenge. They may also work together in local competitions in areas such as Robotics.
  • Adult Education Programs Provided by the District - So that parents have the opportunity to benefit from the educational services of the district, there is now an adult program that parents can attend to take courses that may help their careers or which may prepare them for advanced studies. There are language courses also offered to help parents who are English language learners.
  • Westonka Summer Institute Programs Available to High School Students - The Westonka Summer Institute offers students a diverse range of courses in fields such as architecture, language, history, and other cultural studies. Students receive credit for their courses, but also have a world of study beyond the normal high school curriculum opened up by participating in these programs.

Minnetrista 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: Why Spatial Thinking Is Important

As education becomes ever more technological and virtual, the benefits of working in the “real world” can sometimes get lost. Yet having the ability to think spatially is an important skill students still need to have. Spatial thinking and learning lays the foundation for higher-ordered thinking skills such as evaluation, analysis, and problem solving. Furthermore, spatial activities, such as playing with letter blocks, can enhance a young child’s linguistic abilities. There are also mathematical and engineering benefits. Students that play with “real world” toys, like Lincoln Logs, demonstrate an improved ability to envision and construct 3-D objects.