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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wilson District Curriculum
Students are taught a scaffolded curriculum that only introduces topics as prerequisite skills are mastered. One example of this shows that Kindergarten students are taught to count to twenty, while first grade students go up to one hundred, and second grade students onto one thousand. With the range of educational opportunities, by high school, students can discover and pursue career or vocational goals which they are interested in.
As is required of all public school students in Pennsylvania, Wilson Area School District utilizes PSSA and Keystone exams. These are general exams covering Common Core subjects which allow teachers, parents and students to see where students are proficient and where they need to improve. Students who require testing accommodations based on their individualized education plan receive them on all standardized tests. The curriculum also supports and encourages Gifted and Talented students through various enrichment programs.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Wilson 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.
Wilson District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Wilson Area School District is proud to provide a small community school where students are supported and equipped to leave the school ready to serve their fellow man. In order to do this, they provide education that not only meets the standards required by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, but also provide that education in the context of a tight knit and supportive community. Students are offered options and opportunities not only academically, but also in the other areas of study and activity including sports and music, arts and volunteering.
We currently cover the following Wilson-area school district: Wilson Area School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Wilson Educational News
- 2014 Wilson High School Valedictorian Expected to Go Far - The Valedictorian from the class of 2014 at Wilson High School, was accepted to Princeton University to pursue his academic goals and interests there. Way to go!
- Track and Field Girls Head to State - After a slow and difficult start to the season, Track and Field Girls and Guys ran heard resulting in the girls going to the state meet. Keep up the good work!
- Prom Celebrated at Wilson High - With the theme set in the 1920’s, the 2014 Prom was a hit for students. Beginning with major preparations and “promposals” and ending with a satisfying and beautiful evening in May, the event was a memorable.
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Chalk Talk: How to Do Well On a Test
The pressure to perform well on a test can be overwhelming. However, there are things that you can to do to help the process along. If you can, study ahead of time. Take notes in class, whether that means jotting down the main ideas or sketching a picture that reminds you of what you are learning. Study this information and look over the corresponding book pages. Memorize relevant material. Your teacher probably will give you some type of study guide or at least give you an idea of what may be on the test. Use whatever information they give you to study pro-actively. Also, if they say you can bring a cheat sheet the size of an index card, do it. Many students choose not to because it requires more work. The effort is worth it. You may just have a test question answered on that card. Finally, come to class well rested and well fed so that you will be able to concentrate effectively.