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White Hall District and Curriculum
White Hall School District serves six schools containing nearly 3,000 students. There are six K-6 elementary schools, a middle school with grades 7-9, and a high school comprised of grades 10-12. White Hall has the vision of not only providing students with what they need but also what they are interested in and offering academic and extracurricular activities that improve the children’s quality of life. The district has an even more unique mission statement, which promotes students understanding the world, including the values of a free society; having respect for all humans; practicing ethical habits; being creative thinkers; and appreciating the arts and sciences.
We currently cover the following White Hall-area school district: White Hall School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the White Hall District Curriculum
White Hall School District places great emphasis on embedding technology in the curriculum and describes its district-wide technology plan in detail. White Hall has a plan for several components, including hardware, software, networking, and staff development in gaining competence in implementing instructional technology. The district recognizes the criticality of students having excellent information processing and technology-related problem solving skills.
The summary of the technology plan also mentions how—regardless of class size—today’s technology allows for more individualized instruction insofar as students accessing a great variety of software, which permits them to learn via different senses and modalities. Technology is also becoming a subject that students can academically excel in; students can learn about web and graphic design, coding, and about emerging innovations in the technology world and how they came into existence.
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Keeping Informed: Recent White Hall Educational News
- “Animal Guy” Comes to Hardin - Hardin Elementary students had a special assembly during which they received a visit from the “Animal Guy.” He presented the fun, informational wildlife program “Predators to Prey” with the help of a few friends—both furry and scaly!
- WHMS Students Celebrate Pi Day - Ninth grade students at White Hall Middle School celebrated Pi (as in 3.14) Day in their math class. Students came to school in bright yellow Pi T-shirts and with Pi-related food and treats. Pi also shares a special day with Albert Einstein, whose birthday was observed by students on this day as well.
- WHHS Student Makes History - A junior at White Hall High School became the first ever White Hall student to serve as a State Officer for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA). FCCLA has made a world of difference for the student, who was previously extremely shy. She studied for months in preparation of the interview process and heard the news that she was selected as one of six students to serve on the Executive Council just a day after her interview.
White Hall 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: Encouraging Struggling Readers with a Book
Struggling readers are typically reluctant readers, so it would surely be difficult to motivate them by handing them a book. However, children’s author Patricia Polacco’s “Thank You, Mr. Falker” is an inspiring story that shows that a young struggling reader can push past her challenges and achieve great professional success. This picture book is actually an autobiography, as Polacco tells the story of her own childhood. Each year, her teachers wrote her off as she continued to struggle to read until she met her teacher Mr. Falker, who not only believed in her ability to read but helped her improve immensely. Additionally, he was the first teacher to celebrate Polacco’s artistic talent and prevent Polacco’s peers from teasing her about her poor reading skills. This book can show children how a struggling young reader like themselves transformed into a highly successful children’s book author. Also, they can learn the important lesson of cherishing people’s diversity and talents, as Mr. Falker did regarding Polacco’s artwork.