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Clinton District and Curriculum

Clinton City Schools shadows the core curriculum of English Language Arts and Mathematics which have been developed by the State of Oklahoma’s Education Department. Clinton Public Schools offer coursework in which the common core classes of English Language Arts and Mathematics is integrated, as well as electives and supplementary courses on all levels.

We currently cover the following Clinton-area school district: Clinton City Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Clinton District Curriculum

In English Language Arts, the learners are exposed to poetry from the early grades. Even in early elementary grades, the educators teach figurative language within poetry, such as similes, metaphors, imagery, and symbolism. As the students get older and move onto higher grades, more difficult reading skills are required in poetry, and the figurative language becomes more complex. Elements such as foreshadowing, allusions, hyperbole, idioms, similes and metaphors and other elements are taught in earlier grades.

In Mathematics instruction, the educator explains the concepts of geometry. Inductive and deductive reasoning to problem solve in geometry is a major objective in this subject, and various equations and formulations are instructed. Perimeter, area, volume, and surface area are taught, including ratios and proportions. Geometric tools are also used to construct and solve a range of problems that use figures and to analyze line and angle relationships.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Clinton Educational News

  • School Speed Test - Internet access is important in today’s schools. The internet is used for by teachers to enhance the learning process of the students. Students can use the internet, being monitored of course, for many online activities that match the learning objectives of the state. In order to look at the overall use of the internet in Oklahoma’s schools an initiative has been formed. The State of Oklahoma is asking teachers, students and all staff to test their school’s access to the internet, and over time, as these internet tests are being completed, the school system will be able to determine the access and the support the internet gives to the many teachers of the school system. The data collected will be used in the development of technology for the year 2014-2015 school year, and will ultimately help the educational staff of all 208 schools in the system.
  • 100th Day Celebration - For the 100th day of school, to really emphasize what 100 looks like at Nance Elementary, 100 pre-K kids all went to the library and had a celebration! This helps build on the concepts of number sense, and the kids had a great time wearing their 100-day hats and décor!
  • Duster Dollars! - Duster Dollars are given to students that are caught showing good behavior throughout the days at Nance Elementary. When students are seen demonstrating good behavior any time and any place, they can earn a Duster Dollar, which is a pencil and a note that is sent home. At the end of each month, fifteen of those students’ names are drawn, and those fifteen winners get lunch with the administrator!

Clinton 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: The Benefits of Positive Reinforcement

No matter the age, most students benefit in a positive way from positive reinforcement. Schools and their teachers use positive reinforcement in a variety of ways. Rewarding students for doing their best keeps the children on the right path of making good decision. Positive reinforcement happens in the classroom, which varies by teacher, and also throughout the school with the school’s positive reinforcement program. It really can motivate the children to always be on their best behavior!