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Wellston District and Curriculum

Wellston City Schools is a small district, comprised of just one elementary school, one intermediate school, one middle school, and one high school. The district’s educational program is comprehensive, challenging, and prepares students to be responsible lifelong learners. Each of the district’s schools provides students with a safe, engaging, and welcoming environment in which to learn, grow, and develop. Classroom activities and extracurricular programs offer a variety of learning opportunities in which children can acquire essential intellectual, social, and emotional skills that are needed for successful post-secondary studies, careers, and life in general. Wellston City Schools is fortunate to have strong support from families and the community at large.

We currently cover the following Wellston-area school district: Wellston City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wellston District Curriculum

Students in English courses in Wellston become well versed in reading texts of an informational nature. Critical reading skills are acquired, which allow learners to extract the main ideas from a text, as well as identify the supporting details of those main ideas. Learners come to an understanding of the relationship between the text and illustrations, photos, charts, and graphs as well. Students also explore how two different texts may treat the same topic differently by comparing and contrasting the authors’ main points. Students work on utilizing research to support their analyses of informational texts, including citing resources properly.

Middle school learners also develop the ability to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words and phrases by using the context in which they appear. When the context doesn’t provide enough clues, students learn how to utilize resources such as dictionaries to learn the meaning of unfamiliar terms. An analysis of the craft and structure of texts is undertaken as well.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wellston Educational News

  • Parent Academy - Wellston City Schools offers a series of programs for parents and families throughout the year. A popular event is the “How Does Your Garden Grow?” dinner and gardening lesson. This is a great activity that teaches families great skills that help them eat healthier and spend time together.
  • District Hosts Math Night - To help students improve their math abilities, Wellston City Schools puts on periodic Math Nights at the middle school. Math nights are sponsored by Ohio University and provide a number of fun activities that help students master important concepts.
  • Students Take Part in Autism Awareness Month - Students throughout Wellston City Schools recently participated in Autism Awareness Month and helped students and community members learn more about this condition. The high school student council and National Honor Society Chapters wore blue to raise awareness of Autism.

Wellston 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: Reading Helps Build Other Skills

Reading, and reading well, is an essential skill students must master in order to reach their academic and career-related goals. More than just facilitating improved communication abilities, reading offers a wide variety of benefits to students. Reading requires enhanced levels of concentration, and as such, students that read often are better able to pay attention in class and engage in their learning. Children that read frequently also have expanded vocabularies, which aid them in communicating with others, as well as becoming improved writers. Reading helps students develop empathic understanding as well. By reading a story and identifying with characters, students are better able to see things from multiple perspectives. Reading is also an excellent way for children to relax. Reading before bedtime is a particularly good time to read, because even just a few minutes of reading helps kids decompress, relax, and let go of all the stresses of their day.