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Clarksville District and Curriculum
Clarksville School District contains five schools and 2,458 students. There is a primary school (K-1), elementary school (2-4), middle school (5-6), junior high (7-9) and high school (10-12). The district believes in providing student-centered education that allows children to compete globally and learn in a nurturing environment. Additionally, it strives to obtain the most highly qualified educators and to put forth a collaborative effort to help every student succeed. Clarksville has a desire to be in the upper echelon of school districts in the state and nation.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clarksville District Curriculum
The Common Core Standards which have been implemented represent the learning expectations for Math and Language Arts and can serve as a model for structuring curriculum in other core subjects. Each subject is broken into major topics that students study each year in a continually deepening way. The objectives are stated in general terms of what students should know and be able to do and leave leeway for teachers to determine the best way to deliver the lesson.
The district builds its curriculum in a way so that it evolves to meet a rapidly changing society and the needs of students. It stays very current on new and innovative research and technologies and provides the appropriate professional development in these areas for staff members. The district believes that the designing of the curriculum is affected by students, parents, the community, principals, teachers, curriculum directors, etc. Clarksville’s curriculum coordinator welcomes instruction-related suggestions from outside parties.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Clarksville Educational News
- Clarksville Students Achieve High Scores - Clarksville High School students averaged a score of 21.7 on the ACT, scoring higher than the statewide average of 20.87. The students also achieved above-average benchmark scores on the state assessment in math, literacy, and science and on end-of-the-year course exams.
- Students Celebrate the Constitution - Children at Pyron Elementary School received a visit from Arkansas Tech University students in celebration of the birthday of the U.S. Constitution. They were educated on the Constitution and its importance to the nation. Students completed such activities as coloring in coloring books, playing matching games, working on “Help Mr. Madison Write the Bill of Rights,” and rapping.
- Organization Donates Computers to Johnson County Families - Thirty-five families who completed the Computers 4 Kids program at Pyron Elementary each received a free refurbished computer courtesy of Connect Arkansas. Computers 4 Kids ran for three days and provided education in digital literacy to children and their families. In the program’s history, it has given families not only 1,600+ computers but valuable digital literacy training as well.
Clarksville 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: Creating Your High School Schedule
In high school, you likely will have several courses to choose from, and as you move into your junior and especially senior year, you may have room for quite a few electives. If you qualify for honors (highest level) or advanced (between honors and a general, basic level) courses, take as many as you can. It may not be the best idea to load up entirely on honors classes, though, so a combination of honors and advanced classes may be beneficial. AP classes are very demanding; if you meet the criteria, take at least one. If you know that you will become overwhelmed if you take many AP courses, register for some non-AP courses as well. Colleges like to see students challenge themselves, but a high GPA and outstanding grades are even more important to them. Many high schools now offer college-in-the-high-school courses, which offer several advantages. These classes are a step below the AP level but are still challenging. Plus, if you earn a high enough grade in them, the credits transfer over to a comparable college course at many different universities.