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Waterville District and Curriculum

K-12 students in Waterville are educated in the Anthony Wayne Local School District. Serving several small towns and villages in the area, the district is committed to working with each community to ensure that the level of educational excellence remains high. Students at all grade levels are held to high expectations of achievement. Teachers and staff members, along with parents, family members, and the community, work together to ensure each child has the support he or she needs to reach their academic goals. Anthony Wayne Local Schools are not just about learning in the classroom. Excellent career-tech, arts, extracurricular, and athletics programs offer students of all ages the chance to learn valuable skills and acquire essential knowledge outside of a classroom setting.

We currently cover the following Waterville-area school district: Anthony Wayne Local School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Waterville District Curriculum

An essential component of the Waterville K-12 curriculum is English Language arts. Students work on developing skills that help them become excellent readers and writers. In middle school and high school, students engage in activities that facilitate a better understanding of grammar, such as pronoun-antecedent and subject-verb agreement. Word choice is another area of emphasis, so that students can learn how to make their writings more impactful by the language that they use. Essential skills such as proper word usage and punctuation are a central component of the curriculum as well.

The social studies curriculum in Waterville makes events since the Civil War a central point of study. The American history strand of the social studies curriculum introduces students to the skills necessary to participate in historical inquiry, such as recognizing bias in writings and identifying suitable and non-suitable resources for research. The development of the modern world is explored, with students identifying the role that the United States played in creating many nation-states that still exist today.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Waterville Educational News

  • Student Achievements in DECA Competition - The DECA chapter at Anthony Wayne High School recently competed at the state competition. They showcased business and marketing skills in a variety of events, both individually and in teams. Seventeen students in all will now move on to compete at the national competition later this year.
  • No Kid Hungry Campaign - Members of the Anthony Wayne High School FCCLA club recently held a 5k run to benefit the No Kid Hungry campaign. Approximately $3,000 and 650 canned food items were collected as part of the event. Families are encouraged to participate, suggest or host events for this charity.
  • Business Day at Whitehouse Elementary School - Third grade students at Whitehouse Elementary School recently participated in Business Day. Students got the chance to speak with a number of local business owners and ask them questions about owning a business.

Waterville 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: Why Outdoor Education Is Beneficial

Outdoor education programs have been a popular addition to many public school systems over the last decade. While not all children have the luxury of being able to take field trips to amazing outdoor spots, there are nevertheless many benefits to taking learning outside, even if it is in less-than-ideal locations. First, outdoor education improves students’ health because it gets them out in the fresh air and the sunlight. It also gets their blood flowing, improves circulation, and reduces stress. Second, learning outdoors has positive impacts on a child’s ability to stay engaged in learning. Getting outdoors to physically see, hear, and touch the things they are studying helps students stay on task, retain information better, and achieve better grades. Lastly, outdoor education programs facilitate an improved attitude about the environment. Research shows that taking learning outdoors increases awareness of environmental problems and promotes a willingness to take part in environmental activities.