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Wellington, Colorado Tutoring Programs
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Wellington District and Curriculum
Children in preschool through the twelfth grade in Wellington attend the Poudre School District. The mission of the district is simple: Educate every child, every day. To accomplish this mission, the district’s faculty and staff commit themselves to providing relevant educational experiences, supportive services for each student, and inspiring instruction that prepares children to be successful in today’s world. The district focuses not just on academic and intellectual development, but also on social and emotional growth. With many alternative programs, concurrent enrollment opportunities, and integrated services, the district provides a well-rounded education for all children.
We currently cover the following Wellington-area school district: Poudre School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wellington District Curriculum
The Poudre School District has developed a science curriculum that teaches students the fundamentals of scientific exploration, but which also frames science as an intellectual, cultural, and social undertaking. In learning about scientific processes, students also learn how to make effective decisions. Students acquire the ability to research and use data to develop hypotheses, which also prepares them to engage in debate and critique their findings.
The world languages curriculum in Wellington is far more than just learning a second language. Students learn to communicate both verbally and non-verbally for varied audiences. Using their study of language, students develop an understanding of other cultures and traditions, and become more informed about important issues around the world. Students also acquire the ability to compare and contrast their culture with that of the target language. Connections to other content areas are made as well, so students utilize their new language skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wellington Educational News
- Performing Arts Events Bring Music to Local Schools - The Poudre School District, in partnership with the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, has devised an educational outreach program that will bring live music to area schools. The intent is to provide students with an opportunity to hear professional music firsthand and learn more about some behind the scenes aspect of music production.
- Rotary Honors Teacher-of-the-Year Finalists - Finalists for the district’s teacher-of-the-year award for the 2013-2014 school year were recently honored at a luncheon sponsored by the Rotary Club. The three finalists were selected from a group of 27 nominated teachers.
- Green Ribbon Schools Celebrate Accomplishments - To recognize the efforts of Poudre School District’s Green Ribbon Schools to be environmentally friendly, the US Department of Education visited each of the three schools with the green designation. Each school has significantly reduced its energy consumption, and two schools have received Energy Star status.
Wellington 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 Teach Grammar?
In today’s world of texting and tweeting, some children have lost the ability to use proper grammar when writing and speaking. Aside from negatively impacting their ability to communicate effectively, using poor grammar can give the impression that children are not well educated or that they just don’t care. Using poor grammar could negatively impact a student’s ability to pass an exam, get into the college of their choice, or later on, get the job they covet. Using proper grammar teaches important skills required for success in school and beyond – critical thinking, logic, and effective communication among them. Developing the ability to convey thoughts and opinions in an articulate manner is essential for students who wish to portray themselves as intelligent and polished speakers and writers.