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Wilmington District and Curriculum

Wilmington Public Schools contain six schools and 3,800 students. There are two elementary schools with grades 1-3, two intermediate schools with grades four and five, a middle school, and a high school. The district also houses two early childhood centers attended by pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students. Wilmington prides itself as being a district that offers a high quality student-centered, inquiry-based education. The district has received ample support from the community of Wilmington, which has also made it possible for a new high school to be constructed.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wilmington District Curriculum

Wilmington Public Schools have implemented the Common Core State Standards—a combination of the state and national standards—to prepare students for the future global society that follows their K-12 education. These standards provide a clear picture of what students are expected to learn and apply to the real world. Wilmington schools also uses the PARCC computer-based assessment, which gives a better measurement of students’ readiness for the next grade level.

The new standards have resulted in changes to how English is instructed at Wilmington High School. The curriculum is more rigorous, requiring students to read critically from various types and genres of text, write for different audiences and purposes, and speak informally and formally. In math, students must use problem solving and reasoning to solve both real world and theoretical problems.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Wilmington Educational News

  • Music Teacher Becomes “Google Certified” - A music teacher at Wilmington Middle School spent two days of her summer break at the Google Teaching Academy in California, where she became a Google Certified Teacher. This is a highly prestigious title given only to “expert” teachers who are highly innovative, incorporate technology in creative ways, and promote change. At the academy, the now-Google Certified Teacher was able to work directly with Google technologies, learn about innovative instructional practices, and obtain resources to share with fellow teachers.
  • Students Go on Ultimate Field Trip - Recently, 290 Wilmington Middle School eighth graders and chaperones had the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. on a four-day trip. Their schedule was jam-packed, as students had the opportunity to visit such places as the Holocaust Museum, the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, several war memorials, the American Air and Space Museum, and more.
  • Wilmington Students Give Back During “Senior Week” - A large group of Wilmington High School seniors decided to spend the last day of their Senior Week giving their time to the community which had given them so much support throughout their academic careers. The Class of 2014 advisors and officers had previously worked with the district’s superintendent and the Superintendent of Public Buildings to set up various community projects.

Wilmington 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: They Teach It Like This Now: Pluto

Teachers should always double-check before teaching something because it may have changed from the time they were in school—this goes for either the way it was taught or the content itself. When I was in school, I remember being taught the pneumonic “My Very Excellent (or Educated) Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas” to remember the order of the planets from their proximity to the sun. However, when Pluto was no longer considered a planet and was relegated to a “dwarf planet,” the “pizza” part of the pneumonic became irrelevant. Luckily, it is easy to alter this pneumonic, so with Neptune now being the last planet, we can teach “My Very Excellent Mother Just Served Us Nachos,” for example. Now students learn that there are eight planets, not the nine that we learned when we were in school.