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Wabash, Indiana Tutoring Programs
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Wabash District and Curriculum
State curriculum provides opportunities for students to study a variety of subjects including science, mathematics, social studies, and language arts. In Wabash City Schools, students can also learn about foreign cultures and languages. The district operates under the guiding principle that education is an investment in the future. As such, parents, community members, and other stakeholders are actively involved in the educational process from the elementary to secondary levels.
We currently cover the following Wabash-area school district: Wabash City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wabash District Curriculum
In science courses, students will use technology to enhance their education while they study physical, earth, and life science. As they progress in grade level, chemistry, anatomy, and physics classes are offered. Advanced chemistry courses are offered as well, in which students discover the properties of matter on both an atomic and molecular level. In math courses, mathematical skills in the areas of probability, statistics, and algebra are emphasized. Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus are offered in high school.
Classes are available in American Sign Language, East Asian languages, and classical and modern European languages. Comprehension, speaking, and writing skills are emphasized. Physical education courses offer opportunities to improve both motor and interpersonal skills through fun and educational activities. Health and wellness classes will focus on disease prevention and other healthy behaviors, in addition to the improvement of decision-making skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wabash Educational News
- Wabash High School's Hard Work Pays Off - Wabash High School has proven it prepares its students to be successful in college with the bronze ranking it was awarded from the U.S. News & World Report. The newspaper ranks more than 21,000 schools in the categories of state standards proficiency and college preparation.
- Wabash Wrestling Team Helps Those In Need - Students from the Wabash High School wrestling team volunteered their time and helped wrap gifts for needy children. The gifts were donated by the local community for the Wabash County Christmas Spirit charity event.
- The WMS Science Club Visits The Southwest - The Wabash Middle School Science Club traveled to the Southwest for 17 days where they had the opportunity to learn about culture and science. The Grand Canyon, Zion, and Carlsbad caverns were some of the sights club members were able to visit.
Wabash 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 Answer Multiple-Choice Questions
Although many students prefer tests comprised of multiple-choice questions, it can still be difficult figuring out which answer to choose from so many options. The first step a student should take in making this process easier is to read the question very carefully and make sure you know what it is asking you to find. Sometimes the answer is hidden in the question itself, so this technique is an important one. The next step is to read all of the answer choices. You may be able to cross out one or two options immediately if you know that they are wrong. Answers that are usually incorrect include those that use the words “always” or “never” or funny responses. Finally, if you become confused on a question or two, move on to another one. Just remember to go back to the ones you skipped!