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Cabot District and Curriculum

Cabot School District has begun to use the Common Core Standards in its classrooms. The Department has developed one-page guidelines for grades K-8 to help parents understand what is expected at each grade level. The District uses pacing guides for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and Foreign Language so that teachers complete the required curriculum during the school year.

We currently cover the following Cabot-area school district: Cabot Public School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cabot District Curriculum

The Arkansas Department of Education’s goal is to support teaching and learning through providing programs and services. The Common Core Standards were adopted in 2010, to improve the depth and difficulty of the curriculum and to ensure that students are prepared for college and the workforce when they graduate from high school. The Department is developing new assessments that will determine if students are mastering the Common Core Standards.

Each subject focuses in on major areas of learning deemed essential to the subject. In Math, the topics of numeracy, geometry, algebraic thinking, and data analysis are emphasized. In Science, topics include biology, earth and environmental science, chemistry and physics. English is taught so that students develop an appreciation for reading, gain the skills of writer’s, and are able to use their literacy abilities across the curriculum.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Cabot Educational News

  • Forensic Club - Cabot High School’s Forensic Club offers students the opportunity to improve their speech and debate skills prior to college. The Forensic Club often hosts large regional tournaments. More than one thousand five hundred students participated in a recent event.
  • New Facilities - Cabot High School’s newly remodeled cafeteria is popular, with three times as many students eating there than in past years. The cafeteria was featured in an article in Food Management magazine because of its modern design and its increased service and menu offerings.
  • Service Learning - Service learning is emphasized in many of Cabot Public School’s sites. Activities to raise donations for local charities have included pajama days, canned food drives, soda can tab collections, and used clothing and coat collections. The money and donated items have supported the local food pantry, Ronald McDonald House, and the Humane Society.

Cabot 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: Games from Around the World

Playing games with your children is a wonderful way to help them develop good sportsmanship while you are creating family memories.

  • United Kingdom – (Pass the Parcel) - Place a small toy in a large box. Wrap the box with many layers of wrapping paper. Play music while children pass the box around. When the music stops, the child who is holding the box removes ONE layer of wrapping paper. Continue starting and stopping the music and have children remove one layer of wrapping paper at a time when the music stops. Whoever removes the final layer of paper gets to open the box and keep the toy.
  • Korea – (Kongki Noli) – You will need five small stones. This game is similar to jacks. The first player scatters the stones on the ground. They throw one stone in the air and picks up another stone in time to catch the first stone thrown. This continues until all stones are in hand. If a stone drops, it is the next player’s turn. In round two, the player throws one stone in the air and picks up two stones in time to catch the first stone they threw in the air. In round three, they pick up three stones and so on.
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