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Westbrook, Maine Tutoring Programs

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Westbrook District and Curriculum

The curriculum of the Westbrook School district is well laid out and follows a rigorous plan from Kindergarten through graduation. The learning objectives are guided by the Maine Learning Results which specify the skills, knowledge and critical thinking abilities that students will develop in their courses. Students engage in analytic reading and writing, and use their logical reasoning skills working through math problems. Although a small school system, Westbrook offers a wide range of electives in addition to the normal core classes of Math, Science, Language Arts and History.

We currently cover the following Westbrook-area school district: Westbrook School Department.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Westbrook District Curriculum

The Elementary Schools offer technology, art and music in addition to the core. Fine Arts programs are available in High School as well a Discussion and Debate, Applied Communications, Public Speaking and Theater. Music and Foreign Language are a dominate focus, with a wide range of different electives offered for students to take.

Preparation for college and beyond is also important and SAT preparation classes are given to accommodate students taking the test in high school. Advanced Placement and Honors classes are also part of the curriculum, in an effort to challenge and prepare students for higher levels of education.






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Keeping Informed: Recent Westbrook Educational News

  • Middle School Teacher Recognized - Westbrook Middle School teacher gets the opportunity to compete in National Teacher of the Year competition in April. Marguerite Lawler-Rohner, was honored by staff and students with the Maine Teacher of the Year award for excellence in education and providing students with an outstanding role-model.
  • School Laptops Exhibit Student Artists - Twenty young budding artists will have their art displayed on laptops for over 72,000 teachers and students to enjoy. A recent contest afforded students the opportunity to have their work uploaded as screensavers on district issued laptops. Part of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative, the contest is an annual event and the winning students receive free registration to attend the MLTI Student Conference.
  • Westbrook Principal is Top Notch - Westbrook Principal Kate Hersom has won the prestigious award from the Maine Principals' Association of Elementary Principal of the Year. Honored for her hard work and focus on early literacy programs and staff training. The focus on core academics is leading to improvements in all areas of academics. The students are doing really great with literacy and reading as a result of Hersom and her staffs' hard work.

Westbrook 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: What Healthy Snack Should You Pack?

In elementary school, with the day very long for young learners and lunch often at odd times to accommodate a large population, snack time is essential for active bodies to re-energize. What should you pack? Something healthy that includes protein, will give your child the best energy for a good day. Sliced carrots, apples or celery are a few ideas. Crackers are good, as long as they aren't full of sugar. Make sure it is something you child likes and will eat. And, don't forget the water, nature's best drink.

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