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Wilton, Connecticut Tutoring Programs
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Wilton District and Curriculum
Wilton Public School District has goals to create an environment where all the needs of the student are met. The district follows the Connecticut Common Core State Standards in curriculum. They strive to maintain small classes and ensure that students, parents and faculty have a supportive network in which to thrive. The focus remains on student leadership and self-directed learning which prepares them for the expectations of both college and the workforce beyond.
We currently cover the following Wilton-area school district: Wilton Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wilton District Curriculum
The curricular standards put in place a method to provide a rigorous education where students are given the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of material and the process begins as early as kindergarten. In English Language Arts, student’s education begins with a focus on literacy in reading, writing, and even speaking skills. This is built upon each year giving rise to critical analysis and thinking skills. Students learn how to read for meaning in all sorts of genre and reflect on their reading through their opportunities to write and talk about it.
In Mathematics, fewer topics are covered each school year to allow students the time to deeply delve and gain understanding of methods, tools and mathematic models. Over the years, students learn about measurement and geometry, operations and ways to work with data, they read graphs and charts, and develop an all-around mathematic literacy which is meant to enable independence in problem-solving.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wilton Educational News
- Raising Money and Helping the Sweet Tooth - Wilton Public Schools PTSA recently hosted a fundraiser by selling chocolate. The organization brings together parents, students, and faculty to enrich curriculum and provide grants to aid in the education of the students at Wilton High School.
- Bottled Up - Bottled Up is an organization created by students at Cider Mill School in Wilton. Inspired to get involved and raise money for their own school, the club meets once a month and comes up with a variety of fundraising ventures to provide resources for their own school.
- Extended Day Programs - For students of all ages, and all interests, the Wilton Schools now offers an Extended Day Program. Students can learn gymnastics, cooking, technology skills and many other talents that they want to explore.
Wilton 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: Parent Teacher Communications
While many teachers rely on their students to go home and report their day at school to the parents, diligently show their parents the homework for the evening, and keep an accurate daily agenda to keep track of their assignments and due dates, most never do. It is then the duty of the teacher to maintain weekly contact with the parents to keep them up to date on what is happening in their classroom. It can be as simple as sending out a weekly email to parents informing them of assignments, project dates or testing days. Some teachers go so far as to attach the in class assignments to that email so that the parents are armed before their child even gets home at the end of the day. It dramatically increases the rate at which students bring back their completed homework, cuts down on discipline issues, and makes grades increase overall in both the classroom and on standardized tests. Teachers and parents become allies in making students successful in school