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Warrensburg District and Curriculum

The Warrensburg School District follows a comprehensive, standards-based curriculum that provides clear learning objectives for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Each subject is detailed by the major concepts and big ideas that students should develop critical awareness about as well as the skills that should be built as they advance in their school years. Tie-ins to practical applications for the subjects students learn about are also integrated into the curriculum so that teachers can connect learning to real world situations.

We currently cover the following Warrensburg-area school district: Warrensburg School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Warrensburg District Curriculum

The English/Language Arts curriculum is developed from the Common Core State Standards, a set of rigorous national standards that teach core literacy concepts, along with reading, writing, researching, speaking and listening skills. The curriculum prepares students for college, careers, and citizenship. Students work regularly with challenging text and academic vocabulary that help them develop key skills in decoding, interpretation, evaluation and analysis.

The Math curriculum is also developed from Common Core, and places an emphasis on the same eight mathematical practices throughout elementary, middle, and high school. Students learn core math concepts while incorporating problem solving and reasoning into daily learning activities. The science curriculum, framework of state science standards and Common Core Literacy Standards, combines disciplinary core ideas and technology to allow students to inquire and explore their world.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Warrensburg Educational News

  • Students to Attend Prestigious Leadership Program - Nine Warrensburg high schoolers will spend part of their summer at the American Legion’s Missouri Boys State program at the University of Central Missouri. The boys will learn about government through hands-on leadership activities.
  • Warrensburg Middle Readers Honored - Nearly $1,000 and five Kindles were given to WMS students who participated in the Tigers Read 25 initiative. The school hosts a read-in day each year to support the event.
  • Foundation Gives Scholarships to Dual Credit Students - Money was awarded to a dozen Warrensburg students who are pursuing high school and college credit for qualifying courses. The awards are given at the beginning of each semester.

Warrensburg 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: Is a College Degree Necessary?

The general answer: more often than not, yes. Begin your search for a definite answer by thinking about what your career will be. Do you want to design blueprints for buildings? A degree focusing on architecture may be necessary for what you really want to do. Do you want to be a cosmetologist? A degree may not pay off in this field. An easy way to find out if the job you are interested in requires a degree is to either ask someone in that field, or search for a job opening online or see if the qualifications for the job include a degree. Fourteen percent of people at Google don’t have a degree. Why not? They have spent hundreds of hours doing what they do well, and have proven they are good at it. Maybe a degree isn’t necessary, but is it beneficial? Search online to see if there is any indication of a degree equaling more pay.

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