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Camden, Arkansas Tutoring Programs
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Camden District and Curriculum
The Harmony Grove School District serves over 1,000 students in four schools. The set-up of its schools differs from the traditional model, as it contains two elementary schools with grades PK-6 and two high schools with grades 7-12. The Camden Fairview School District consists of five schools and 2,555 students. There are three elementary schools (PK-1, 2-3, and 4-5), a middle school, and a high school which share an aligned curriculum based on Common Core Standards and statewide learning requirements.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Camden District Curriculum
The Camden Fairview School District believes that all students can learn and incorporates various instructional strategies to allow them to do so. The content that is taught should be meaningful and relevant to the students. Students should learn how to cooperate in groups, and teachers should also collaborate with one another. Both teachers and students should be lifelong learners. The school and faculty provide a safe, nurturing environment for students to learn in.
Camden Fairview is currently in the final stage of implementing the Common Core Standards—having already done so in the K-8 grade levels and now doing so in the upper grades. The combination of these standards and the upcoming PARCC assessment helps prepare students for life after high school. Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and the community work together to create a high quality curriculum.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Camden Educational News
- Mathematics Standards Partnership - Harmony Grove has partnered with several school districts in southern Arkansas, two universities located in the state, the South Central Service Cooperative, and the Southwest-B Education Renewal Zone to create the SAMSP. The purpose of the partnership is for student improvement in math at the state level and to provide professional development to support educators’ expertise of the Common Core Standards. The majority of the participating school districts include a high percentage of students located in rural areas.
- Long-Running Science Fair - In 2013, Southern Arkansas University held its 32nd annual science fair, which included students from Harmony Grove and Camden Fairview. Four hundred students in grades three and up displayed their projects. After the judging was complete, the general public was able to visit the science fair.
- Team Spirit - 200 teammates, cheerleaders, and dance team members showed their spirit by having a pep rally for an ill student. In the hospital, the students had a pep rally for the teenager, who was also surrounded by his family. The football players wore the number 96 on their helmets in honor of their teammate.
Camden 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: Giving Students a Choice
Teachers are the authority figures over their students, so generally, they make all the decisions as to the tasks and activities students will complete, what they will read and write about, how they will be assessed, etc. It can be difficult for teachers to let go of some of that control and allow their students to have a say in their learning by making some choices. Of course, teachers know and understand what is best for their students, but it is beneficial to provide choices within reason. Reading class is a key time in which students should get to make decisions but are not given that opportunity. The interest in reading is dwindling among today’s children, and this is not helped by the fact that, in classrooms across the country, they are reading dull stories from the same basal reader week after week. In order for students to engage in reading, they need to read what they are interested in.