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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wichita Falls District Curriculum
The writing curriculum at Wichita Falls falls under the Language Arts program. In the early years students are shown how to create letters, either by writing in the air or in other media. Soon they place the letters on paper, then the fun begins as students learn how to create words, sentences and then paragraphs. Soon they learn how to write about topics of their own choosing, using their own voices. They also learn how to write in a number of different genres as their writing shadows what they are learning in other classes.
The use of manipulatives is encouraged in the mathematics curriculum at Wichita Falls Schools. In the early years, blocks, sand, and shaving cream are some of the materials used to help students visualize numbers and how to create them. Students soon become proficient with the basic mathematics facts and are able to use these skills to advance into other math classes. Some of those offered are Algebra, Probability and Statistics and Geometry.
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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Wichita Falls students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Wichita Falls District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Wichita Falls Independent School District uses a variety of materials to help make education meaningful for each of its students. At the foundation of its curriculum is the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills which provides a comprehensive overview of the learning objectives in each subject at each grade level. The curriculum has many goals, ultimately preparing students to be ready for college and professional life.
We currently cover the following Wichita Falls-area school district: Wichita Falls Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Wichita Falls Educational News
- Academic Success Program - The Academic Success Program, or ASP, helps students in each step of the college admissions process. From finding the college that is the best fit, to filling out applications for admission or for financial aid, to helping aim students in the right career path, the facilitators of this program are there for the students each step of the way.
- Writer's Block - Writer's Block is designed to be a forum for students to come and share their writing. All types of writing are welcome from poetry, to short stories, to prose, students bring their works to share with other students, either to improve upon it or to receive accolades from their peers. Some of the works presented at Writer's Block have been published in the Wichita Falls Literature and Art Review.
- Thespian Troupe - The Wichita Falls High School Thespian Troupe encourages any student that has the desire to be a part of the drama scene to audition for the part they would like. They perform four productions per year: Fall and Winter performances, Footlight Players Christmas Tour, and UIL one-Act play and Student Directed One Act Plays. Some past productions include 'Winnie the Pooh', 'Grease' and 'Into the Woods'.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: The College Application in the High School Freshman Year
When students enter high school, college life seems a long way away. However, this is the ideal time to put different skills and ideas into action. In a student's freshman year they can begin to construct a strong academic foundation. This means they may need assistance in time management and in ways to challenge themselves. At the same time they need to form relationships with some of their teachers. These relationships can lead to glowing recommendations in the future. Students should also begin to gather samples of their work or awards that are special to them. These should be placed in a portfolio. Last of all, when it comes to extra-curricular activities, the student needs to remember that whatever they do, they need to enjoy. If someone has musical skills but does not care for athletics, they may want to avoid the football field and look into music classes instead. With these hints, the high school freshman will be well on their way to a successful college application.