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Coos Bay District and Curriculum

Coos Bay bases its curriculum around the Common Core State Standards as set forth by the Oregon Department of Education. This allows them a launching point for creation of a curriculum that reaches each student and helps them to grow. The core academics are taught progressively, so that students gain depth and breadth of knowledge within the subjects. Career and technical programs at the high school level give students insight into potential careers. There are also many before and after school programs that helps students build skills and explore various areas of enrichment. All of these programs share the common goal of preparing students for college and career.

We currently cover the following Coos Bay-area school district: Coos Bay School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Coos Bay District Curriculum

The Science curriculum at Coos Bay Schools includes showing the students how science can be found in various locations. Before these students graduate they will have opportunities to see a watershed, Lava Lands, South Swamp and mud flats. Each of these places offer students different ways of viewing the world through scientific eyes. By high school, they will be able to grasp more advanced topics in the areas of biology, chemistry, and anatomy.

The community is a big part of the Social Studies curriculum at Coos Bay. Whether it is a visit from Smoky the Bear or by the fire department, the students learn how the community helps to create the areas they live. This helps students to see how other items can help determine the kind of community or culture which develops in an area. Mountains, streams and deserts each have been a factor in the way that areas have been settled or changed over time.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Coos Bay Educational News

  • Vision - Vision is an art competition which is held at the art museum in Coos Bay each year. Students display their works and then are judged against certain criteria. Some of the recent winners were in the areas of ceramics, acrylic paint and graphite/colored pencil.
  • Chess Club - Marshfield High School offers students a chance to improve their chess skills or to strategize before heading into tournaments. The participants of this team compete against other schools. All skill levels are invited to the meetings and tournaments are not mandatory.
  • Forensics League - The Forensics League was developed to help students improve their skills in speech and debate. Through meetings and competitions students make advancements in communication, ethics, critical thinking skills and leadership. At competitions students may take part in congressional debate, Lincoln Douglas debate, policy debate, public forum, extemporaneous speaking, among others.

Coos Bay 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: First Grade Math

Math is a skill that people need throughout their lives and in first grade some of the foundation is laid to take them through the remaining years of education and then on into their lives. In first grade children are taught many different aspects of the subject. They learn how to work with pattern, how to tell time, count money, measure length, capacity and weight, count higher than 100 and solve simple word problems, just to mention a few. The list of items that these children learn may seem overwhelming at first, but as time goes on, they will focus on each area more and more in-depth.

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