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Shorewood District and Curriculum

Two public school districts serve the community of Shorewood. Minnetonka School District has one elementary school in the city. All other public school students attend classes in the Westonka School District, which has five schools for students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Both school districts focus on helping each child achieve his or her highest potential. This is accomplished through individualized instruction carried out by a highly trained and dedicated corps of teachers and support staff. Since both the Westonka and Minnetonka districts are small in size, students and teachers enjoy small class sizes that further facilitate the success of each child.

We currently cover the following Shorewood-area school districts: Minnetonka School District and Westonka School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Shorewood District Curriculum

The elementary science curriculum in Shorewood helps students develop the skills they need to conduct scientific inquiries. Students develop an understanding of the critical aspects of conducting research, including evidence gathering and analysis, data reporting, clear communication, and developing experiments that can be replicated by others. Students devise a scientific question and plan an investigation that might garner an answer to their question. Learners explore the value in experiments that do not garner similar results, and explain how they can use differing results to draw important conclusions.

As part of the high school health sciences curriculum in Shorewood, students learn how to advocate for themselves and others in order to promote improved health and wellness. Learners devise health-enhancing materials, such as fliers and brochures, to help educate younger students about health-related issues. Students also prepare and teach a lesson to sixth graders about how they can make health-enhancing choices. Fitness is a topic of discussion as well. Students learn various activities that they can engage in that will improve their health.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Shorewood Educational News

  • Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center Programs - Fourth grade students in the Westonka Public Schools have the chance each year to travel to Finland, Minnesota, to study at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center. While there, students learn about different plants and animals, and take part in a variety of outdoor education activities.
  • MHS Physics Bowl Team Takes 1st Place - The Minnetonka High School Physics Bowl team recently competed in their sixth Physics Bowl competition. The team placed first this year, and has placed first or second in each of its previous competitions as well. In competition, students typically worked in a group to solve physics challenges.
  • Teachers Gain Participate in Innovative Professional Development - Westonka teachers recently participated in an educational technology course that seeks to provide them with enhanced technology skills. Teachers will implement their new found knowledge in the classroom in order to improve and effectively target instruction.

Shorewood 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: Get Colleges to Take Note of Your Child

Each year, admissions counselors at colleges and universities sift through tens of thousands of applications and essays to evaluate the quality of students that have applied. With so many other qualified students to compete against, your child will need to find unique ways to help them stand out from the crowd. This can be done, in part, by highlighting their unique experiences. For example, in their essay, your child should be sincere and discuss something of importance to them. Doing so will allow the admissions officer to connect with your child’s experience. Additionally, you child needs to exhibit passion in their essay. Discussing something about which they care deeply will demonstrate to admissions officers that they are serious about their education, as well as highlight how your child will be a unique and valuable addition to campus.