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Elko District and Curriculum

Elko County School District strives to support student achievement across all curricula, with an emphasis on college entrance exam readiness and other forms of college and career preparation. Many options are offered to students to hone their science and math skills in real-world and hands-on applications. Literacy is also focused on in all subjects so that students are able to critically read in any subject area.

We currently cover the following Elko-area school district: Elko County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Elko District Curriculum

Students in Elko elementary schools learn the unifying nature of science across various subject areas, including life science, geology, and Earth/space science. Inside of these topics, students learn the skills that are necessary for scientific achievement: inquiry, observation, and experimentation. The hands-on nature of the curriculum continues in high school where, in addition to the basics like biology, chemistry, and physics, students can study topics such as human physiology, biotechnology and microbiology.

Language Arts topics are designed around preparing students for the applied reading necessary for their future careers and college. This means that, in addition to the basics like grammar, reading, and composition, students learn to understand the purpose of a text. Early readers focus on determining fact from fiction, while high school students move on to compose detailed research papers on real-world topics using credible sources and thorough analysis.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Elko Educational News

  • Students Councils from Across Nevada Meet in Elko - Nevada Association of Student Councils’ State Conference was hosted in Elko this year, and brought 1,100 students into town to learn and practice leadership skills. Representatives from nearly all high schools in the state participated.
  • Private Donations Help Nevada Students - Dropout prevention organization “Communities In Schools of Nevada” has received a $1 million donation from the Englestad Family Foundation. The organization’s mission is to support students who are at risk of dropping out by helping to meet their basic needs as well as supporting career planning and providing other community services.
  • Testing Classroom Technology - Twenty-five ECSD teachers and their students will be pilot testing iPads in the classroom. The data gathered from these classrooms will be used to help ECSD decide if a large-scale program would be an effective part of the district’s education plan.

Elko 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: iPods – Educational Super Tool or Classroom Distraction?

The opportunities for goofing off on an iPod seem endless. Games, music, chat applications… can this really be a tool for education? The answer is a resounding “yes!” Many innovative companies have begun weaving educational content into entertaining games in a mash up that is quickly becoming known as “infotainment.” Schools that support i-devices carefully curate the applications that are downloaded, and as a parent it may be wise to monitor your child’s home device as well. Early readers will be thrilled at the interactive books that are available, while older students may be able to use their iPod, Pad, or Phone as a database of science fair project ideas, a geographical reference desk, and a jumping-off point for exploring their innate curiosity about the world.