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Wakefield District and Curriculum

The schools promote a culture of respect in which consistent and fair expectations are expected from all Spaulding High School community members, including the idea of discipline with dignity. The objective-based curriculum supports well-researched instructional strategies. Educators implement research-based instructional and classroom management strategies that model skills to students and give them time to explore topics independently. Interventions in reading and mathematics are offered to those who need them. Teachers strive to personalize educational experiences and to raise awareness about how topics are relevant to students lives.

We currently cover the following Wakefield-area school districts: The Wakefield School District and SAU #64.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wakefield District Curriculum

Both districts focus on critical thinking, critical reading, and analytical writing skills as well as science literacy and problem solving skills. Students read a variety of texts in different formats, both hardcopy and digital. They read for comprehension and for intent. Students from opinions and gather evidence to support them so that they present informed, supported opinions rather than conjecture. Students are also given many extracurricular opportunities, including sports and arts, music and academic clubs.

Students are also encouraged to pursue community service which gives them a chance to develop some outside the classroom, project management skills. It is hoped that students who become engaged in their school and with their peers will also be engaged and active in their community when they are older. Students are encouraged to take control of their own learning and develop the skills necessary for success in their college and career goals, and to this end the curriculum supports collaborative learning experiences that bring out critical thinking skills.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wakefield Educational News

  • Extracurricular Groups & Activities - Students are encouraged to participate in the extracurricular offerings at Nute Middle/High School. The groups include a Business Club, American Oratorical Contest, Granite State Challenge, National Honor Society, Voice of Democracy, and Reach High Scholars, and others all of which connect to a variety of interests that students have.
  • Academic Counseling & Guidance - The Middle/High School guidance department has a number of ways in which it helps students. They can advise students on their course of study, help students register for standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT, and are able to assist students who are looking for enrichment or advanced learning opportunities.
  • Integrated Arts Team - The Integrated Arts Team works together to develop and implement programming for students in K-8 that enhances their opportunities for artistic and creative expression. The teachers are from different subjects and are able to create interdisciplinary learning experiences fort he students.

Wakefield 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: Letters of Recommendation

The purpose of a letter of recommendation is to give a college admissions committee insight into a student’s classroom behavior, attitude, learning style, and the like directly from a teacher who’s had that student in a classroom recently. The college application committee can then use these letters to help determine if the student is likely to achieve success in the classroom. Recommendations comment on students’ strengths but also their weaknesses, and a savvy student will also address these elsewhere in their application. A letter of recommendation can do a lot for a student, and it’s important to ask teachers who have a good understanding of the student’s potential. They are not the final word, because college admissions committees know that students change and sometimes don’t even achieve their potential until after they’ve started college.