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Winona District and Curriculum

Curriculum development follows the state-standard practices and procedures for the best practices among the staff. Winona schools also have the benefit of comprehensive online resources which support student learning at home. The curriculum is founded on Common Core Standards and Minnesota Academic Standards both of which allows students to develop key skills in these subject that culminate in the development of critical analytic and problem-solving skills.

We currently cover the following Winona-area school district: Winona Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Winona District Curriculum

English Language Arts is structured towards hitting the points of literacy by 3rd grade. Every instructional purpose is coordinated for the states adoption of the Common Core. K-5 is organized so that by 5th grade, a student is expected to have phonic awareness and fluency in reading a variety of genres. Writing at this age is also geared towards the production of writing, with the goal of 6-12 that a student will be writing with the standards of Conventional English and knowledge of language.

The Math Curriculum is geared along the same lines, but more towards the current state-standards until full adoption of the Common Core. Instruction in Kindergarten is still filled with the same focus on Numbers and Operation, Algebraic Concepts, and Geometric Shapes and Measuring Skills. Students are still expected to achieve mastery in Algebra by 8th grade; Algebra II and Pre-Calculus follow in high school.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Winona Educational News

  • Winona High School Hall of Fame - A lot of great achievements in sports have taken place on the fields, courts, and tracks of Winona schools. The schools have a hall of Fame Nomination process and the past and current inductees.
  • School Menus - What are the children of Winona schools eating this week? Today? This district page takes a parent right to the menu at every school. This is a great way to keep informed and plan accordingly for any alteration a parent might need to make in the food their child eats. The page also helps with the maintenance of a child's health.
  • Media Centers - Parents might want to know what types of resources their children have at Winona schools. The above link helps answer that question and more. A link to each school gives a profile of the media and technology each student can use. This information is particular helpful for parents who need to know if their child can work on technology requirements for homework, especially projects by themselves and with other students.

Winona 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: The Importance of Instructional Technology

The importance of Instructional Technology in the school and classroom lays in more than the theoretical practice. The ability to design, develop, and utilize technology helps education by identifying the appropriate technologies to use during instruction, then managing their use during instruction and afterwards. The practice monitors how students use technology, in order that schools use the correct and most efficient technologies to support and continue learning. Students can use software to drill math skills, explore scientific concepts, write essays, create presentations, and learn graphic design skills. The learning possibilities are endless and can offer students additional exposure to an area they are particularly interested in learning about.

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