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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Elk District Curriculum
In English Language Arts, the students learn standards such as story elements in the areas of problem-solution and cause and effect. The students, when reading fiction and non-fiction selections, are taught to identify the “problem” within the story; usually a problem the main character is facing. By the end of the story, the learners are taught to be able to identify the solution.
The mathematics program is widespread and is a spiraling curriculum. The teachers teach concepts such as patterning beginning in the early grades. The pattern standard of learning begins with simple patterns using two colors or two shapes. From there, it progresses to three colors or shapes, and then the instructor usually adds other objects, such as small manipulatives to the mix. As the children progress in grade levels, the pattern objective becomes more challenging, as the students use numbers, more complex shapes and objects combined.
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Elk District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Elk City Schools in Oklahoma has a mission to promote lifelong learning in all of the students, and to ensure success in an ever-changing world. The core curriculum of English Language Arts and Mathematics are taught by the instructors of the school, as well as History, Science, and many variations of elective courses. The curriculum has been developed by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
We currently cover the following Elk-area school district: Elk City Public Schools.
Keeping Informed: Recent Elk Educational News
- Summer Camps - Summer camps in the Elk community are here! There is a lot going on this summer for the children of the area, such as Kiwanis Basketball, the Elk City Summer Pride camp, tennis camp, the arts program, and more. Click on the link to find out more information! School-aged children are welcome to sign up and reconnect with their classmates during the summer break! While having fun, they are still learning!
- EBooks are Available! - Math assignments can be completed at home or out an about on any laptop, iPhone, iPad, Kindle, or any other device! For the courses of Geometry or Algebra, the courses are now online and have apps for students to finish their work wherever they have internet access. The books for each subject are easily accessible, and more books will be added in the future!
- Elk City FFA - Elk City FFA, or Future Farmers of America, takes pride in their chapter at Elk City High School. If you or any student you know has a passion for agriculture or the business-agriculture field, the FFA encourages you to join for next year and be a part of this rewarding organization!
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: The Early Childhood Educator
The Early Childhood Educator is an integral part of the school system. Usually throughout the school year, the early childhood educator meets with parents and small children to evaluate them and check their development. If the teacher feels that the child needs early intervention, the child is enrolled in an early childhood program. The educator of the children helps develop their physical and academic skills to better prepare them for kindergarten or another pre-school program. Getting the students “caught-up” developmentally can be done very successfully through early intervention, and the early childhood educator is the professional to aid in the success of these children.