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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Williston District Curriculum
The Williston School District approaches literacy of its students in a three-tiered approach. Students receive explicit instruction in reading, writing, and vocabulary building skills. Teachers daily incorporate strategies such as oral reading, silent reading, and literature study in which students analyze pieces of literature in terms of literary devices that are used. Teachers guide writing assignments and also plan independent writing activities.
Starting as early as 6th grade, students can elect to study French or Spanish. These programs help students to build communication skills, as well as develop an appreciation for world cultures and an understanding of the conventions of languages. To offer extra practice and engaging experiences with course content, the district encourages students to participate in their enrichment programs. To name a few, there is a seminar on algebra, a Young Playwrights group that creates and performs works of theatre, and a Spelling Team.
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Williston District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Two schools make up the Williston School District. Allen Brook School educates students to grade 2 and Williston Central School educates students to grade 8. These schools and the upper grades are housed under the Chittenden South Supervisory Union (CSSU), along with other schools in the neighboring communities.
We currently cover the following Williston-area school district: Chittenden South Supervisory Union.
Keeping Informed: Recent Williston Educational News
- Celebrating Students - Allen Brook School has a tradition of making celebrations to reward students. The theme of the most recent parties has been bees. Two teachers came to school in bee costumes. At another buzzy event, everyone learned a honeybee dance that they found on an online video
- New Team Logo - The Williston School District is proud of its sports team, the Wildcats. They now have some brand new shirts that feature the wildcat logo. Blue baseball caps with adjustable straps in the back are available. There are also knit hats and hoodies for those chilly nights out in the stands. These items are a nice way to support the team, show school spirit, and best of all provide needed funds to the food service program.
- Families as Partners - Williston families and community members are warmly invited to support the educational progress by participating in events and fundraising for local schools. The organization, Families as Partners (FAP) has been designed for just this purpose. FAP members have served as aides in the classroom and volunteered time and resources at school events.
- Superintendent Honored - The superintendent of the Chittenden South Supervisory Union was chosen as the Superintendent of the Year by the Vermont Superintendents Union. This honor recognizes superintendents who show commitment and leadership skills worthy of imitation.
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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: Smooth Mornings
Maybe you are a morning person who wakes up humming or maybe you are a sleepyhead who has to be dragged out of the bed by your feet… either way, you may spend the morning looking for things, rushing, and wondering what to wear! To make morning times as smooth and pleasurable as possible, start preparing the night before. You can select your outfit and lay it on a chair. You may want to look at the weather report to make sure that you chose the appropriate clothing. The forecast will also help you to predict when you might need a to allow a little more time to travel to school, such as days when rain, snow, or storms are expected. Packing your lunch ahead of time can save you minutes as well. Place everything you need into your lunch bag and place it into the refrigerator. Just don’t forget to grab it on your way out of the door!