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Weston District and Curriculum

Weston Public Schools contain five schools and 2,200 students. The district also is home to an integrated preschool, which prides itself on serving children with special needs from the age of three. Finally, since 1969, Weston has participated in the METCO program, which buses minority students from Boston to suburban schools. Weston Public Schools have devised a framework that outlines the district’s instructional decision making process. The standards, “big ideas,” and learning goals are at the top of the food chain, as they drive the instructional planning, which shapes the teaching and the learning.

We currently cover the following Weston-area school district: Weston Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Weston District Curriculum

For each grade level and content area, there is a curriculum guide that breaks down the “big ideas,” learning goals (the skills and knowledge students are expected to gain), instructional snapshots (the activities that one may see taking place in the classroom), and assessment tools for each standard. These curriculum guides are included for art, social studies, English, math, world languages, music, health and physical education, technology, science, and guidance. Teachers are able to use a variety of instructional methods to impart the skills and learning objectives.

After the objective-based teaching takes place, the teacher engages in reflection on the strengths and weaknesses of the instruction in relation to the standards, big ideas, and learning goals. Similarly, after the learning occurs, students engage in assessment, which centers on and gauges how well students met the standards and learning goals. Student assessments are used to understand how each student is doing and how well the teacher is addressing each topic for all the students in the class.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Weston Educational News

  • Weston Schools Hire Superintendent - With Weston Schools' superintendent set to retire, the Weston School Committee unanimously chose Thomas F. Campbell, the director of human resources at another Massachusetts school district, to be the district's new leader. Mr. Campbell's education is impressive; he holds an Ed.D in education leadership, two Master's degrees in middle school education and special education respectively, and a dual Bachelor's degree in human resources and early childhood education.
  • Visit from Acrobat Enhances Lesson on China - Thanks to Weston PTO's Creative Arts Council, Chinese acrobat Li Liu visited and performed at Weston's Field School. The performance not only got students excited but also provided a great multisensory learning experience and brought a complimentary lesson on China to life. The acrobat's appearance was funded by the Weston Education Enrichment Fund Committee (WEEFC).
  • Weston Drama Students Learn from Broadway Star - In preparing for their performance of "Beauty and the Beast," dozens of Weston Middle School drama students had the opportunity to learn from a former Broadway performer. Kenny Raskin played the role of Lefou in "Beauty and the Beast" on Broadway in the mid-1990s. He worked with the student cast on their acting values and physical comedy. The production also marked a milestone for the drama club's choreographer, who would be choreographing her 34th and final show at the school.

Weston 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 It's Hard to Be a New Teacher

Being a new, first-year teacher is a quite a bit more difficult than people often realize. Although teachers gain a ton of real-life experience while student teaching, they also typically receive a lot of help from their cooperating teacher. Although student teachers create most of their own lessons and activities, they receive guidance from an experienced teacher with regards to what needs to be taught based on the curriculum. First-year teachers are on their own and have to create all of their lessons and materials from scratch. They will have to thoroughly study all of the standards and curriculum benchmarks and design materials that match them. This means that they will likely spend countless hours outside of school on designing their lessons. Teachers will also have to deal with classroom management all on their own and will have most of the say on how discipline will be handled in their classroom. Although this freedom sounds nice, classroom management is one of the most challenging aspects of teaching. Teachers also have the sometimes tough job of communicating with parents.

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