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Wyoming District and Curriculum
Forest Lake Area Schools is responsible for educating children in kindergarten through high school in the community of Wyoming, Minnesota. The district is dedicated to ensuring the success of each student such that they are prepared to tackle the challenges that await them in adulthood. Teachers, staff members, and administrators work together to devise educational experiences that promote essential skills development. Students learn how to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and excellent communicators. There is also an emphasis on developing the collaborative skills that so many jobs in today’s world require.
We currently cover the following Wyoming-area school district: Forest Lake Area Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Wyoming District Curriculum
Middle school social studies in Wyoming develop an understanding of basic principles of citizenship and government. Students explore how the rights of citizens have expanded over the course of American history. Essential court cases, state legislation, and constitutional amendments that have allowed for such expansion are examined in depth. The concept of citizenship is analyzed as well, with students identifying the methods by which someone can gain U.S. citizenship. The relationship between the three branches of the federal government is also explored.
Becoming familiar with numbers and operations is a central component of the elementary math curriculum in Wyoming. Students work with whole numbers up to 100, learning how to read, write, and interpret each number correctly. Learners acquire the ability to use place value to describe whole numbers between 10 and 1000 as well. Rounding is also a topic of study, with students developing the skills needed to round numbers to the nearest 10. Essential mathematical operations are introduced as well, including addition and subtraction.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Wyoming Educational News
- Elementary Spanish Immersion Offered - Forest Lake Area Schools offers an elementary Spanish immersion option for interested district students. The program is offered free of charge and runs from kindergarten through the fifth grade. Students generally emerge from the program with a high degree of bilingual fluency and excellent reading and writing skills in the language.
- District Employee Honored - Century Junior High School Dean of Students Katie Vasil has received the On Behalf of Youth Award. The award program was developed to recognize community members that are positive role models for area youth. It also recognizes the advocacy that is done on a day to day basis to ensure that students are getting all the supports they need.
- Alternative Education Opportunity - Forest Lake’s Area Learning Center offers students a non-traditional environment in which to pursue their education. Qualifying students in the sixth through twelfth grades can enroll in alternative learning programs to complete their studies. The courses offer a different structure and schedule from traditional classes and also provide more small group and independent learning opportunities.
Wyoming 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: Helping Your Child Adapt to a New School
Changing schools can be a stressful event as children can become anxious about making new friends, meeting new teachers, and getting accustomed to a new school environment. But the transition to a new school can be made easier for your child by following a few steps. First, ensure they have the ability to stay in contact with their old friends. Maintaining those relationships will be important as they venture out to make new friends at their new school. To facilitate those new relationships, help your child get involved in school, be that in an after school program, a student organization, or a sports team. Maintaining contact with your child’s teachers is also important. You’ll need to be in the loop so you know if your child is struggling to make friends so you and their teacher can take action to help in that process. Your child will also be able to become more comfortable with their teachers if they see that you are working with their teachers as well.