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Wisconsin Rapids District and Curriculum
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Wisconsin Rapids students start with a ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT with an Academic Director. Call us now for a personalized quote! Our services include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-weekly progress reports, learning profiles and parental conference calls.
Wisconsin Rapids District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools (WRPS) provides education to approximately 5,400 students within Wisconsin Rapids and numerous surrounding villages and townships. WRPS residents have access to three charter elementary schools, an alternative high school (9-12), and an online educational program. The curriculum at WRPS is the responsibility of 11 curriculum committees, which represent each content area. Although the district strives to develop its curriculum on a continuous basis, the committees assess curriculum in a seven-year cycle. At the end of each cycle, committees make recommendations for replacement of curriculum.
We currently cover the following Wisconsin Rapids-area school district: Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wisconsin Rapids District Curriculum
The WRPS program of study follows the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards, as well as local benchmarks for each grade level and content area. The 4K program is available in various locations, and teachers construct the curriculum from the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards. The focus of this program is learning through developmentally appropriate, interactive, and project-based activities.
To meet the special needs of middle school students, teachers work collaborative groups with 125 students each. While meeting students’ academic requirements, teachers also endeavor to meet the needs of exploratory pre-teens through various clubs, sports, and extra-curricular activities. The same focus on emotional and social well-being exists in the junior high, as well; however, teachers enhance the academic rigor to prepare students for secondary education. The high school program of study offers more than 170 courses to meet the needs of all students’ future academic and career plans.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wisconsin Rapids Educational News
- The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Recognizes Three Schools in WRPS - The Wisconsin DPI acknowledged Grove Elementary School, Howe Elementary School, and Mead Elementary Charter School as “Beating the Odds” schools. The schools, which receive Title I federal funding, have received this recognition for the past few years.
- Hundreds in Need Receive School Supplies from Stuff-the-Bus - Community members filled two school buses with supplies for South Wood County students in need. The supplies assisted over 1,000 students for the upcoming school year. This is the eighth year that volunteers have donated items.
- Elementary Schools to Receive Engineering Education - The WRPS will introduce its new Engineering in the Elementary curriculum during the 2014-15 school year. Elementary students will learn about engineering in practical ways that apply to their developmental levels.
Wisconsin Rapids 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 Community Support
While not every student will receive A’s in all subjects or apply everything they learned in math or science to their future lives, learning is a life-long process imperative to development. Students may not see the importance of their studies, especially when social dates, sporting events, and media interests them more. Adults in the community must model for all children the importance of study; nearly every day a person must read and follow instruction to achieve a desired outcome. So much depends upon the skills students acquire in school—not just the content they learn but the ability to solve problems, communicate, and follow directions. By providing students in need with school supplies, attending extra-curricular and sports events, and expecting students to perform at their potential, adults can foster a learning environment where students want to learn.