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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wilmington District Curriculum
Topics covered in mathematics range from numbers and the study of patterns, geometry, algebra, functions, advanced functions, calculus, and trigonometry. These topics are gradually introduced on top of previously gained skills, and are continuously practiced and reviewed until the ability to easily solve problems on a variety of levels from the simple basics to more complicated and advanced problems. Students graduate from the school system ready and prepared to face college level math.
English Language Arts is a vital subject that is taught with great care in the Brandywine School District. Children are introduced to phonetics and the ability to read out words that may not exist in their vocabulary, independently adding to their repertoire of available words. The ability to write and construct meaningful and intriguing works, including but not limited to creative writing and research topics, is practiced and worked on from the very first year of elementary school.
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Wilmington District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Schools in the local districts are constructed around a knowledge based format, rather than strictly grade based system. Students are scored on a range of Unsatisfactory to Exceeds Satisfactory, which gives parents and students a better idea of the quality of their knowledge. Core topics covered are Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, and English Language Arts. Children are exposed to these subjects from an early age, starting from kindergarten. They are familiarized with basic concepts which construct the building blocks of their future skills.
Keeping Informed: Recent Wilmington Educational News
- Learning The Power of Volunteering - The kindergarten class at Jones Elementary School recently collected donations to contribute to the Ronald Mc Donald House, to assist other children in need. This project was a part of Christina School District's Day of Kindness, in which students learned the power and the importance of helping people in their community, values which cannot be taught through textbooks.
- Small Town Music Meets New York - High school students at Newark High School will be performing at the world famous Carnegie Hall, in New York, this fall as part of a Tim Janis Orchestra, in participation with The American Christmas Carol Tour. These students were chosen for their outstanding talents in music, and have been commended for their amazing contributions to the music program with their hard work and efforts.
- National Recognition for A Delaware High School - Concord High School is the first high school in the history of the Delaware education system to receive approval for the National Business Honor Society. This esteemed group is responsible for recognizing and honoring outstanding students in Business Education Programs.
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Chalk Talk: The Importance of Participating In Your Child's School Experience
As a parent, your primary concern is the well being of your child, and your child's ability to establish themselves as a productive and responsible adult. You strive to provide the best possible education for your child, but is that enough? Knowing what goes on in your child's school, and having an active role in their school lives, helps you understand how your child's school functions and gives you the ability to have input in your child's education. Not only can your opinion help the school in designing a curriculum and program more suitable to the students, but your participation in your child's education will encourage your child to be positive towards their education. Seeing a parent excited about various activities in school will naturally pass on to children, and teach them to also enjoy their experience in school. Having a positive outlook on education and school is invaluable to a child's success, and you can have a direct role in this success.