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Guymon District and Curriculum
The Guymon Public Schools believes that every student is capable of learning even though it may be through a variety of ways and on diverse levels. The core curriculum of Mathematics and English Language Arts are specifically instructed according to the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
We currently cover the following Guymon-area school district: Guymon Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Guymon District Curriculum
In English Language Arts, the comprehension of fiction works is a key factor in understanding and becoming better readers and thinkers. The students are immersed in many types of fiction, such as fairy tales, folktales, novels, and other fictional stories. This is done in grades K-12, and the level of difficulty ranges with each grade level and the students’ abilities. When teaching comprehension of fictional stories, the teacher gives the students many techniques to use, such as identifying the plot, story mappings, and sequencing the events.
In Mathematics, the instructors develop critical thinking skills through abstract mathematical concepts. Concepts such as algebra, geometry, word problems, and the higher mathematics of calculus and trigonometry are taught. These abstract strands of the objectives are more difficult than the concrete material (such as number sense and patterning) but, given the correct strategies, the students are able to learn and become more confident in these challenging mathematical concepts.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Guymon Educational News
- Gear Up Survey - Students and parents are needed to fill out the annual Gear Up Survey for Guymon Public Schools. Last year Guymon received almost $80,000 to better meet the needs of the students. The main goal of Gear Up is to be sure that the students of Oklahoma are ready for college. This funding goes towards the funding of scholarships, as well as early intervention programs.
- Spelling Bee Winners - There are several Guymon Public School students who did an outstanding job in the recent spelling bees. From the school bee, to the district, and then to the county bee, these students make their mark in the spelling some of the most difficult words for their age levels. Many of the students that represented the schools of Guymon won various awards. Great job to the great spellers!
- Helping the Schools in Guymon! - Northeast Elementary needs your help in the collection of certain items that are used by many every day. The BoxTops4Education program is a wonderful program that can earn Northeast Elementary money for classroom supplies. Clipping the Box Tops coupons on many of the products that are in the grocery store is an easy way to help out. Other ways to assist Northeast with funds are: Chip bags for recycling, drink pouches which can earn money, and Campbell’s School Labels for Education.
Guymon Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: What Is a Media Center?
A media center is another term for library. Rather than the traditional library, though, the media center not only contains a wealth of books, but also has many technological devices that the teacher can check out and use in the classrooms. The media center also houses such items as projectors, computers, electronic books, video systems, and Smartboards for the librarian (sometimes referred to as the media specialist) to use with the classes that come up to library for their elective time. The media center is the “hub” of the school, meaning that many of the most recent technological equipment is found within.