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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Walworth District Curriculum
Students at James A. Beneway High School (WCSD) and Ruben A. Cirillo High School (GCSD) have access to similar programs so they are both equally well prepared for life after high school. Course offerings include instruction in English language arts, science, social studies, mathematics, arts, music, business, technology, physical education, health, foreign languages, and driver education. Students may take Advanced Placement (AP) courses, as well as training through the Wayne Technical and Career Program.
Students also have access to a rich world languages curriculum that can prepare them to enter college as a bilingual and biliterate student. To acquire writing skills, students compose works in which they explore a topic of cultural significance. Students also acquire written interpersonal communication skills by writing short letters to friends and family members in which they use their newfound language skills. A study of cultural influences is also undertaken as part of the curriculum and students analyze the relationship between language and social practices.
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Walworth District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The residents of Walworth will attend either the Wayne Central School District (WCSD) or Gananda Central School District (GCSD). The GCSD and WCSD follow the guidelines of the New York State Education Department (NYSED) and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The CCSS is an initiative, adopted by several states, to align literacy and mathematics curricula to common standards. The objective of such standards is to provide students with skills to succeed in college and work. Starting with kindergarten, each district provides foundational instruction to students in core academic areas. At all levels, students receive developmentally appropriate instruction to prepare them to acquire skills for subsequent grade levels.
Keeping Informed: Recent Walworth Educational News
- Wayne and Gananda School Districts Take Part in Free College Program - The New York State Education Department has awarded grants to 18 school districts, partnering with local colleges, to provide free education to students. As a part of the state’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School Program (P-Tech), it will reward money to districts to help students obtain associate’s degrees in various technological fields.
- Two Walworth Eagle Scouts Create Projects for Local High Schools - Two students from Ruben A. Cirillo High School (Gananda Central School District) and James A. Beneway High School (Wayne Central School District) earned the rank of Eagle Scout after completing projects for the schools. Sabin built a pavilion in memory of another student, and Schwind installed cubbies backstage of GHS’s auditorium.
- Gananda Basketball Team to Honor Late Coach - The girls varsity team at Gananda High School will play in honor of former coach Tony Morabito on Jan. 31. The game will also include contests, raffles, a silent auction, and acknowledgement of cancer survivors. Proceeds from the auction will go to the Wilmot Cancer Center.
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Chalk Talk: Combating Perfectionism is School
The apathetic student is always a concern for parents and teachers. Poor grades are typically a reflection of low effort and little care. But what if students receive poor grades because their fear of failure cripples their progress? Perfectionism is a real and serious issue for many people, and combined with the daily pressures of school, perfectionism could spell disaster for students. Students who have tendencies toward perfectionism never feel their work is good enough; they strive to excel in all endeavors. Missing one test question or earning a B instead of an A could send their mood south, quickly. These children put a lot of pressure on themselves and envision success as always achieving, albeit impossible, goals. Parents and teachers can work together to identify perfectionist traits in children and help them to work through their compulsions to succeed, no matter what. The most important thing to do for children like this is to accept them for who they are.