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Globe District and Curriculum

The Globe Unified School District adheres to the curriculum standards required by the state of Arizona. Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards are based on research and evidence and the mission is to adequately prepare students for college and careers. The curriculum provides the intensive academic experience, and the district enhances the students experience through the many elective and original programs offered in the schools. Students are also expected to participate in different community-service and character education learning opportunities as well.

We currently cover the following Globe-area school district: Globe Unified School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Globe District Curriculum

The English/Language Arts curriculum is designed to use non-fiction that is rich in content to build student knowledge. Students receive practice regularly in complex text and the use of academic language. Through the use of various instructional strategies, teachers follow curriculum guidelines to prepare students for their college and careers.

It is the district’s mission to help students develop skills for conceptual understanding of the key ideas in mathematics and the ability to use organization to learn place values and the properties of operations needed to solve these problems and to understand what they are doing. Grades K-5 mathematics focuses on number recognition and the operations of those numbers. Grades K-7 learn the basics of algebra to teach students to use fractions and ratios. They also learn about how to proportion these fractions and ratios. In high school the work becomes more difficult and complex algebra and geometry as well as statistics and probability.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Globe Educational News

  • Gila County Historical Museum - The Gila County Historical Museum was the rescue station for the Old Dominion Mine. The museum has Indian artifacts that actually date back to 1125 A.D, as well as period furniture and ranching and cowboy exhibits. This would be a great educational field trip, as well as a great place for parents to take their children for a learning experience.
  • Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park - This archaeological park is the 700 year old Salado Pueblo. Visitors can climb to the second story of the cliff dwellings and explore, learning about artifacts found at the pueblo. The park is located in Globe and would be a great educational site for a family trip.
  • Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park - Visitors to the Arboretum State Park will see Arizona’s oldest and largest botanical garden. On 323 acres, the garden has desert plants found in deserts around the world. Plan a field trip or make a family day to visit the park.

Globe 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: Music and Learning

Music has always been an important part of learning for hundreds of years. Native Indians used chants and music to pass down tradition and legend that is still remembered by tribe members today, whose parents passed it on to them. Getting closer to our time, think about how we all learned the letters of the alphabet. We learned them through singing them and we have learned to count using songs about numbers. According to researchers, part of our brain is hardwired to music. Music helps children learn, and it can help anyone learn a new language. Provide different types of music for your child. Let music be a part your child’s life in play and activities you do together. Think about how some song gets stuck in your head and plays itself over and over. Maybe it’s a commercial jingle you don’t even like. Why did your brain tune into that piece of music? More importantly; why won’t it stop? Why does your brain insist on playing it so much that you want to scream? Experts say that this happens because of the part of the brain that needs music. Have fun with your child through music and learn together.