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Walterboro District and Curriculum

The town of Walterboro is home to three of the district’s five elementary schools as well as its middle and high schools. The district is home to an early childhood center, an alternative school, and the Thunderbolt Career & Technology Center. Colleton County School District’s Curriculum and Instruction department is headed by the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Instruction as well as the Director of Elementary Education. The district is home to a technology center at which ten specialists can help teachers plan for the use of, train for the use of, and actually integrate technology into their lessons.

We currently cover the following Walterboro-area school district: Colleton County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Walterboro District Curriculum

The English Language Arts curriculum has standards in reading literary and informational texts, writing, and communication that progress from elementary to high school. By the time students start high school, they are expected to be able to develop relevant questions that they are interested in studying more about, propose and support explanations for why events occur in a text or what the author’s purpose is, and relate the meaning of a text to themselves and the world around them. These reading skills help them unlock meaning in texts they read outside the classroom.

The Math curriculum has a number of overarching objectives including that students can make sense of a problem and work through solving it, perform mathematical reasoning, be able to justify and critique their reasoning, connect mathematical ideas to the real world, use mathematical tools, identify structures and patterns, and communicate mathematical thought. These overarching problem-soling skills are not gained in one year, but instead are a part of the framework that is unfolded for students during their math education.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Walterboro Educational News

  • New Middle School Principal Looks Forward to Taking Next Step in His Career - New Colleton Middle School principal Matthew Brantley referred to his new school as “a wonderful place that has unlimited potential to be unlocked.” With Colleton being one of the largest middle schools in South Carolina, Mr. Brantley stressed the importance of effective communication with everyone in the school. Mr. Brantley, who has teaching “in his blood” and who became an administrator in order to positively impact more students, also believes it is imperative that families and schools work together in the education of their children.
  • Colleton High Student Wins Scholarship for Achievement - A Colleton County High student was one of just four students in the state to be awarded the South Carolina Career and Technology Education Administrators Association Scholarship worth $1,500. The scholarship recognizes recipients for “outstanding achievement in technology and career education.” The student also was previously honored as as the Outstanding Health Occupations Student of America (HOSA) Member of Colleton County High School.
  • Cottageville Teacher Loves Her Job - Cottageville Elementary chorus teacher Meredith Melvin, 22, has had a lifelong love for music, having started taking piano lessons at age three and also playing the oboe and clarinet. As a first-year teacher, she said the job came about with everything falling into place and doors opening for her. She taught her chorus students, who were required to audition, about different musical instruments and vocal ranges. She regularly sat in on core teachers’ planning sessions in order to tie in what students were learning in their content areas to their chorus class; for example, students sang African American spirituals as a tie-in to their history lesson.

Walterboro 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: Children’s Literature Spotlight: “Thank You, Mr. Falker”

This picture book that is designed for readers in the upper elementary grades is essentially an autobiography of author and illustrator Patricia Polacco’s life when she was a child. Before becoming a well-known children’s author, Polacco was once a girl who could not read and was overlooked by teacher after teacher until she met Mr. Falker, who believed she could learn to read and actually respected her talent as an artist. This book is a must-read for everyone, as it tackles such themes as bullying, respecting the strengths and weaknesses of everyone, the powerfulness of good teachers, learning disabilities, or learning to read. “Thank You, Mr. Falker” is a truly inspirational story that reminds readers to have faith and that it is never too late for one to learn.

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