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Wahiawa District and Curriculum

Post-secondary education and career readiness are top priorities for Wahiawa-area schools, which are overseen by the Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE). The goals of Wahiawa’s schools are best expressed by their adopted General Learner Outcomes (GLOs), which are also sanctioned by the DOE. At their core, the GLOs are about creating well-rounded citizens, whether students choose to enter universities or proceed directly to the working world.

We currently cover the following Wahiawa-area school district: Hawaii Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wahiawa District Curriculum

Besides utilizing the GLOs, the DOE and Wahiawa-area schools are also switching to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in order to continually produce effective students and citizens. The full implementation of the CCSS will occur in the 2013-2014 school year, although some grade levels have seen the switch already. The updated curriculum will bring the most changes to the areas of mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA). In these areas, students will be expected to think critically and show a competent understanding of how equations or written works are performed or created.

To graduate from Wahiawa-area high schools, students must successfully earn 24 credit hours. The majority of these credit hours come from English, mathematics, social studies, and science courses, along with electives left to each student’s discretion. Students must also complete one-half credit hour in Personal Transition Plan work, which is designed to assist students in exploring all of their post-high school options.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wahiawa Educational News

  • School Improvement Grant Funds Waiver - The Hawaii State Department of Education is seeking to obtain a waiver for School Improvement Grant funds; the waiver will enable the DOE to lengthen the grant’s period of eligibility. The funds are intended for use in Tier I and Tier III schools.
  • Hawaii Business Roundtable Makes Donation - To show support for the teacher evaluation pilot program, the Hawaii Business Roundtable has donated almost 200 iPads to the Hawaii State Department of Education. The approximate value of the donation is $100,000.
  • Employee Honors - Delcinda Saito has been named the Hawaii State Department of Education’s 2012 Employee of the Year. An employee of the department for 19 years, Delcinda was recognized, in part, for her help in organizing new student events and programs.

Wahiawa 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: What Is the ACT?

The ACT is an assessment that measures students’ readiness for post-secondary education; it is administered by an organization called ACT. Until 1996, ACT stood for American College Testing, but since 1996, the organization is officially known as ACT. The ACT test is usually taken by high school students. Some high schools require that students take the test, administering it during school hours. Other high schools don’t offer the test, but students can still sit the exam through testing sites run by ACT. Students usually choose to have their test scores sent to universities as part of their admissions materials, since the scores are accepted at all four-year universities in the U.S. Admissions officers look at students’ scores to help them decide whether to offer acceptance into a university.

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