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Vadnais Heights District and Curriculum
Vadnais Heights is served by the White Bear Lake Area Schools. The district includes 16 schools and programs that meet the educational needs of nearly 9,000 learners from preschool to high school age. White Bear Lake is a leader in innovative educational practices. The district is proud of its academic offerings, which are both rigorous and student centered. Home to a variety of specialized programs, including English language learner and special education services, the district also includes an International IB school for elementary students. The IB program offers a multicultural worldview and seeks to educate the whole child. These qualities are found throughout White Bear Lake’s academic programs.
We currently cover the following Vadnais Heights-area school district: White Bear Lake Area Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Vadnais Heights District Curriculum
Early in the reading curriculum, students learn the relationship between sentences, paragraphs, and chapters, and identify how authors are able to make those separate components mesh into a cohesive story. They learn about the different literary devices used in fiction and how to navigate text features found in non-fiction. These help to build their analytic skills so that they can determine the purpose of a text or interpret complex literary fiction. This is also a major contributor to the development of vocabulary skills.
Art students in Vadnais Heights participate in a curriculum that includes an in depth exploration of the media arts. Students examine various elements in media arts, including sounds, time, space, motion, and sequence. Common elements of media arts, including repetition, contrast, and unity are explored as well. Learners also engage in an analysis of different genres of media arts. Documentaries, narratives, and abstract works are evaluated for their similarities and differences in the manner in which they present information and style in which they are created.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Vadnais Heights Educational News
- District Offers Courses with Century College - White Bear Lake Area School District recently expanded its relationship with Century College. The college will offer new courses to high school students for which they can get high school and college credit simultaneously. This also expands the course offerings for students in their junior and senior year.
- New IB World Schools in the Middle Schools - Sunrise Park Middle School and Central Middle School have both been designated as new International Baccalaureate World Schools. Now, students in Vadnais Heights can participate in International Baccalaureate programming from kindergarten through the eighth grade.
- Minnesota Department of Education Recognizes District Excellence - The Minnesota Department of Education recently released its school rankings, with a number of district schools ranked at the top. White Bear Lake High School was in the top 1% of high schools for the second straight year. This is a key ranking as college admissions officers use them as a resource to determine the academic rigor a student has had.
Vadnais Heights 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: Combating Perfectionism is School
Make comments about their interests or behaviors that are not achievement-based or school centered. Teach them valuable lessons about success, such as mastering new skills instead of receiving a perfect test score. Allow them to fail, and help them through it. Discuss what they learned through their mistakes and tell stories about your own shortcomings. Give children balance. Working on homework and projects incessantly is not healthy. If the problem continues or seems difficult to correct, discuss the issue with a teacher. Above all, listen for warning signs of anxiety and address them immediately. Support comes from many avenues, and you do not have to do it alone.