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Crowley District and Curriculum

The public schools in the city of Crowley are under the jurisdiction of the Acadia Parish School District. The district is dedicated to providing students with the skills they need to be successful as citizens and as members of society. The challenging curriculum is geared at reaching every child and helping them to achieve personal success. In addition, the district hopes to instill children with a lifelong love of learning. The Acadia Parish School District have implemented the state approved Common Core State Standards in all schools in the district.

We currently cover the following Crowley-area school district: Acadia Parish School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Crowley District Curriculum

The literacy standards for English Language Arts are also used in all other core curriculum including technology courses. In English and Language Arts, students learn the key areas of reading, writing, speaking, listening and language skills. Reading material includes a balance of informational text and literature providing students with exposure to the types of reading they may encounter in college or in the workforce. In writing assignments students are encouraged to write using their own experience and to back up all research reports with well documented evidence.

In Mathematics, students study basic arithmetic, proportional reasoning, algebra, statistics, geometry and measurement. Persistence and speed in solving math problems is encouraged and the ability to apply learned skills to more difficult math problems. Students are expected to have a strong mastery of core math skills by the time they graduate.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Crowley Educational News

  • Super School Contest - South Rayne Elementary School in the Acadia Parish School District was recently named the grand prize winner of the 2013 NFL Play 60 Super School Contest. As a result of the contest the elementary school is receiving playground and other physical education equipment, Under Armour shirts and an additional $10,000 to help promote fitness. The school will also receive a visit from either a NFL player or cheerleader.
  • School Grades - Ten schools within the district increased their school grades in the 2013 School Performance Scores by one letter grade. These schools included Branch Elementary, Central Rayne Kindergarten, Church Point Elementary, Crowley Kindergarten, Crowley Middle School, Estherwood Elementary School, Mire Elementary School, North Crowley Elementary School, South Rayne Elementary School, and South Crowley Elementary School.
  • Science Fair - Crowley High School recently held a Science Fair for high school students. Winning entries included ones in the area of plant science including entries on plant soil and water temperature, entries concerning electrical and mechanical engineering including exhibits on instant ice, a lemon battery, and electromagnetism. In addition there were winning exhibits in physical science including one called the candle illusion.

Crowley 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 Gold Rush

A great way for kids to learn about the history of the Gold Rush is at the Oakland Museum of California which presents an interactive learning experience for kids. Telling the untold stories of the Gold Rush students can visit the exhibit virtually; learn about the immigrants and natives that participated in gold mining including the Chinese, Latinos, African Americans and the Californian Indians. There is also a tour of American art that centers on the topic of the Gold Rush including such artists as Thomas A Ayres, George Henry Burgess, Alexander Edouart, and William Smith Jewett. The exhibits are geared toward students in elementary school and older and can be used by teachers and parents who are homeschooling to make this important time in American history come alive.