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Weatherford, Oklahoma Tutoring Programs
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Weatherford District and Curriculum
Weatherford Public Schools believe in success for all, and stand by this motto in their philosophy and mission. The core areas of English Language Arts and Mathematics are taught according to the Oklahoma Department of Education’s standards. These core subjects are also integrated into other subjects, such as Social Studies and Science.
We currently cover the following Weatherford-area school district: Weatherford Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Weatherford District Curriculum
In the Math curriculum, standards taught in the elementary grades include the regular use of manipulatives. This district believes that using hands-on, concrete items to reinforce various lessons and to have the children actually see what they are learning, allow the students to use higher level thinking. Math manipulatives, such as cubes, blocks, small shapes, coins, and other items that can be touched and manipulated by the students encourages the understanding math concepts.
In the teaching of English Language Arts, the instruction of phonics and decoding is encompassed within the early elementary curriculum. Sound and symbol relationships are vital in the teaching of reading unfamiliar words and learning about words in context. Learning phonics also helps the children become better readers for meaning, as when they can decode words and meaning quickly, with the practice the teacher gives the children, they can read with more fluency, accuracy, and meaning.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Weatherford Educational News
- 2Much2Lose - Too Much Too Lose (2m2l) is a group at Weatherford High School that is set on encouraging students to live a healthy, alcohol-free lifestyle. This is a student-led group and they have regular meetings and assemblies educating their peers at WHS on the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle, as well as the dangers which are involved in alcohol use. Too Much Too Lose also communicates with local businesses about selling alcohol to underage drinkers, and works with law enforcement on this matter.
- YMCA Offerings - Gary England recently spoke at the Weatherford YMCA all about weather! Mr. England is known as the Oklahoma’s top-rated Meteorologist, and he recently taught the children of the schools in Weatherford about the weather in the state. He engaged the students in a very entertaining and educational weather program. The students had a wonderful time and learned new things about the weather!
- New Head Football Coach - Dan Kurtenbach is now the new head football coach at Weatherford! He is from Edmond Memorial, as he was an assistant coach there for four years. He also held the position of head coach at Casady for two years (2007 and 2008). He has also been involved in assistant coaching in other areas of Oklahoma, such as Broken Arrow and Midwest City.
Weatherford 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: Small Group Math Instruction
Many teachers use small-group math instruction to remediate students who need extra assistance in grasping concepts and to enrich those students who need more challenging material. Teaching mathematics to smaller groups helps the instructor keep the attention of the students and allows the teacher to focus on specific strands of the learning objectives. In addition to whole group math instruction, breaking the students into smaller groups according to their ability helps the students be more successful at math!