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Waltham District and Curriculum

The Waltham Public School adopted City Wide Learning Standards that are aligned to the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework. The framework is also aligned with the 21st Century Skills expectations for technology and communication learning. Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessments are given in each school to assess the academic progress of students in core subject areas, to ensure that they are achieving each standard of learning, and to determine that classes and grade levels are being taught effectively.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Waltham District Curriculum

Waltham has implemented the Common Core Standards Initiative. The resources used in the initiative are research based tools. The resources are: ESE Resources, Diving Deeper: Implementing 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for Math, Diving Deeper: Implementing 2011 Massachusetts Curriculum Framework for English Language Arts and Literacy, and Common Core Standards Implementation Workbook. These guide the instructional planning for grade- or subject-specific teaching and learning.

The district is also using a Transition Assessment Plan and 4 Draft Model Curriculum Unit. Implementation of the 4 Draft Model has included various educators throughout the state of Massachusetts so that best practices are achieved in different subjects. Educators redesigned the Math and Language Arts standards to implement more rigorous expectations. As a result of the 4 Draft Model, students will be expected to perform and be assessed at a higher level.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Waltham Educational News

  • Parent Information Center - The Parent Information Center (PIC) allows parents to stay informed about education and community events. The center is available to all Waltham residents and staff can answer questions regarding the local education system. Translators are also available to help parents. PIC can help with questions about school registration, transportation, special program and even community events.
  • Waltham Education and Beyond Foundation - This foundation was established to improve educational opportunities for all students. The Foundation has funded 25 grants and has partnered with local organization to provide additional grant opportunities. A long term investment portfolio is established to provide for the continual support of future education grants and scholarships.
  • Summer Enrichment Programs - Waltham Public Schools has many summer programs tailored to meet the needs of students. The English Language Learner Summer Enrichment Program was developed to assist the English Language Learner with academic progress during the summer month. The Math and Literacy Summer Camps help students from elementary through high school with the state standardized test.

Waltham 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 to Do About Summertime..?

There is much debate about the amount of learning that is lost during the Summer. Oftentimes, many students lose significant academic gains achieved during the school year. Many of those students are at-risk or struggling learners. Summer programs would help these students retain information and remain competitive with their peers during the school year. Parents should continue to challenge their children academically during the summer months. The best way to achieve this is through summer programs provided through school, local community or other alternative programs.

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