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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Waynesboro District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum at Waynesboro schools use literature to show examples of topics that they teach. To help children see examples of decodable words they use the story “Life in the Forest.” Or, various forms of poetry are used to help children see that there is reasoning behind the poems that they read. When these children reach the higher grades they are able to take the lessons they have learned and apply them to their own writing or to help them find details to defend their opinions about a work.
Social Studies is an important topic of teaching and the teachers at Waynesboro Schools treat it as such. When the children are young they learn about the world that they know their neighborhoods, and the school. As these students become older they also learn about the South and their knowledge in this area continues to spread, as they learn about their nation, the government, and other countries and cultures.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Waynesboro students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Waynesboro District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Waynesboro Schools work together with the community and with up-to-date technology to help prepare the students be productive members of their upcoming world. To achieve this, the schools use the Core Curriculum State Standards as their basis for their lessons. The Common Core focuses on Math and Language Arts, emphasizing the problem-solving, communication and critical thinking skills found in both subjects.
We currently cover the following Waynesboro-area school district: Wayne County School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Waynesboro Educational News
- Wayne High School Band - The Wayne High School Band recently attended a competition with the MHSAA State Band Evaluations. These students came away from the competition with all-superior rankings. They were also awarded the Sweepstakes Award, to add to an impressive collection of awards.
- Orange Sensations - The Orange Sensation, also known as the Wayne County High School Show Choir, has performed at several community events, including the annual Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Banquet. This group of young people performs in concerts and in competitions state-wide.
- Beta Club News - The Wayne County High School Beta Club recently took part in the Mississippi Beta Convention in Tupelo, MS. Students took part in many competitions such as talent, oratory, science, math, spelling, English and creative writing. A few of the student placed in the competitions of Math and Creative Writing. One of these and will progress to the National Beta Convention in Mobile, AL.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: What to Expect Socially in a Fourth Grade Student
Gossiping seems to come to the forefront when a child enter fourth grade, along with teasing and judging by their peers. This is the age when they begin to separate others into groups and label these groups as popular, loser, or athletic. Each child seems to want to be seen as popular as they dodge around the ideas of values, prejudice and social pitfalls. Friendships, although desired, are also fleeting. One minute two children may be best friends but in the next they are not speaking to each other. All of this can make fourth grade a scary place for children, especially if they feel they are alone. More parental involvement is needed at this age, especially if a child is being teased or bullied. Try to become acquainted with other parents in the classroom and arrange times for children to get together away from school.