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Idabel District and Curriculum
Idabel Public Schools believes in engaging its students in quality learning which will inspire them to adopt learning as a lifelong process. The school believes that a life-long love of learning contributes significantly to a student’s feelings of personal worth by giving the student opportunities to succeed and build self-esteem. It also instills a sense of responsibility and integrity in students, both from witnessing these qualities demonstrated by others, to expressing these qualities and expectations themselves.
We currently cover the following Idabel-area school district: Idabel Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Idabel District Curriculum
In a safe and nurturing environment, students learn to work together with others from varying backgrounds, contributing to a respect for diversity. All students are given equal opportunities to participate in programs in the arts, engineering, or technology according to their interests. The school administration and teachers believe that through participation not only in educational activities but extracurricular activities, students will grow to recognize their own educational wants and needs and become proactive towards their education.
Students will also develop into graduates who are healthy in both mind and body, morally, intellectually, emotionally, and physically. The school believes that development of the total individual is critical for a productive and fulfilling life and for producing students who will be competitive participants in our increasingly global economy.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Idabel Educational News
- Idabel High School Library - Idabel High School Library is a great resource for students looking for a quiet place to study or use the computer, or looking for great books to read. The library also offers online research databases for student use; these are subscription services and help students prepare for academic research similar to what they will do at college.
- Extracurricular Sports - Idabel High School’s Athletics Department offers many opportunities for students, from football cross country, to baseball. Whether a student has aspirations to play at the college level, or is just looking for an activity to keep that healthy, there is a place for all students to participate in school sports.
- School Activities - Idabel High School has tons of activities for students to explore, from academic clubs to special interest groups. Some groups offer students the chance to compete in academic competitions and meet other students who are inspired in the same vein. Other groups offer students the chance to be creative and work with peers on creative projects.
Idabel 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: Tips for the ACT and SAT Tests
High school students will face the opportunity to take either or both the ACT and SAT tests as part of their college application process. One of the most important things for a student to know are the similarities and differences between the two, and not to expect to employ the same test and study strategies on both. For instance, the ACT tests students understanding of the high school curriculum; the SAT is more extrapolative and asks questions that require students to use higher order analysis. Some things are the same though, students must manage their time well when taking the exam, noting that they have an allotted amount of time to complete each section, and if they get stuck on a question, to move on and return to it later on if time allows. It is critical that students take one or two practice tests—with the same time formats and them being properly scored when finished—before taking the real thing so that they can practice using these strategies and learn the exam’s format.