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"America's future will be determined by the home and the
school. The child becomes largely what he is taught; hence we must watch
what we teach, and how we live."
Jane Addams (1869-1935)
Math, Science & Technology Academy
Mrs. Hattie Young
668 Sampson Road
Greenville, Mississippi 38701
Grades K4 - 6
A Rich and Challenging Curriculum
Every student receives a well-rounded education in
six major curriculum areas, which are called domains:
Humanities and the Arts
Mathematics and Science
Character and Ethics
Health and Physical Fitness
Emphasizes interrelationships of the content of
Guarantees comprehension by integrating the
language arts-reading, spelling, speaking, listening,
composition, and paragraph analysis
Develops fluency in speech and reading
Appreciates every individual
Enhances self-esteem with chances to succeed
Maintains a cheery, calm atmosphere in which the
child develops powers of concentration and works in a
Weddington's curriculum is distinctive in at least
five important ways:
It is anchored from Pre-Kindergarten through sixth
grade by an academic core that is demanding and
It strongly emphasizes the application of academic
knowledge to real world experiences.
It makes an on-going effort to instill positive
It offers a program of instruction in music, art,
and drama at every grade level.
Its physical education program emphasizes
participation and lifetime fitness skills for every
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