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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wyoming District Curriculum
The districts in the city of Wyoming use Common Core State Standards to guide instruction in literacy and math. These standards were developed by teachers and educational leaders across the country and they are designed to prepare students for a 21st century world. In the language arts, there is a strong focus on teaching basic skills, like phonics and spelling, in the elementary grades. In the higher grades, the expectation is that students learn the language skills they need, like effective writing and critical reading.
Math instruction is also based on Common Core Standards. This curriculum focuses on turning students into 21st century problem-solvers. This is achieved is through hands-on math instruction that is connected to students’ everyday lives. Students also learn critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Common Core State Standards, and the challenging curriculum they present to students, is something all school districts in Wyoming have in common.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Wyoming 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.
Wyoming District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Wyoming is a diverse community served by almost a half dozen school districts. The largest is Wyoming Public Schools which is located in the heart of the city. Three smaller school districts, Kelloggsville Public Schools, Godwin Heights, and Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, were all founded in the 19th century and serve the outer limits of the city. Grandville Public Schools serves the southwest part of the city. These districts share a common goal of creating 21st century learners and preparing all students for career and college.
We currently cover the following Wyoming-area school districts: Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, Godwin Heights Public School, Grandville Public Schools, Kelloggsville Public Schools, and Wyoming Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Wyoming Educational News
- Enhanced Diplomas - Wyoming Public Schools signed a deal with Grand Rapids Community College to create a program that allows high school students to graduate with a diploma and Associate’s Degree. The program will take five years and all costs will be covered by the district.
- Algebra Camp - Incoming freshmen at Godfrey-Lee High School attended Algebra Camp in order to sharpen math skills. The camp taught math in a fun way with events like marshmallow tossing, bridge building, and marble roller coasters.
- Facilities Upgrades - Voters in the Godfrey-Lee school district approved a $2 million per year tax that will directly benefit schools. The funds will be used for upgrades to buildings and technology as well as to support the arts.
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Chalk Talk: Math Careers
Math is incredibly important to our lives and students who focus on this subject will have a variety of careers to choose from. Math geeks can become actuaries in the insurance industry and help companies set prices by calculating probabilities and analyzing statistics. Engineering students learn how to design and build new technologies and they use math every day. Computer scientists use their knowledge of numbers and patterns to create better and faster operating systems and search engines. Studying math is a great choice for anyone who wants lots of challenging and exciting career options.