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Jackson District and Curriculum
Students in preschool through high school in Jackson are educated in the Jackson City Schools System. There are three K-5 elementary schools, one 6-8 middle school, and one 9-12 high school. Each school building provides students with state-of-the art educational spaces in which to learn. Cutting edge technologies bring learning to life in every subject area. Each building is also a safe, inviting environment where all students feel welcome and part of the school community. Jackson City Schools strives to involve all stakeholders in the educational process as well. Parents and community members serve an integral part in the development of educational programming.
We currently cover the following Jackson-area school district: Jackson City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jackson District Curriculum
The Language Arts curriculum has been designed to assist students in all aspects of their learning, literacy development, and communication skills. Students also become aware of the value of narratives. They take loosely related events and weave them together using impactful language and connecting ideas. The processes of reviewing and revising writings are instilled in students as part of this curriculum as well.
Students in Jackson participate in an arts curriculum that includes a study of the visual arts. In high school, students work with a variety of mediums to create two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. Advanced students demonstrate the ability to utilize highly technical artistic skills to create artworks worthy of an exhibition. Learners develop a portfolio that highlights their various works of art as well. The portfolio must demonstrate a wide range of technical skills and media, and also prove the student’s ability to solve visual arts problems.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Jackson Educational News
- Center for Student Achievement Is an Alternative Option - Jackson City Schools offers an alternative high school environment, called the Center for Student Achievement, for students who need additional guidance and support as they complete their high school studies.
- Talented and Gifted Program at All Schools - Students that demonstrate exceptional academic giftedness can participate in Jackson City Schools’ Talented and Gifted program. Students receive a range of enrichment opportunities through these programs. Gifted programs are offered at each of the district’s schools.
- District Report Card Available for Families to Review - Jackson City Schools is pleased to announce that the district received an 'A' from the Ohio Department of Education on its district report card for overall improvements in student achievement in reading and math.
Jackson 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: How Music Improves Students’ Lives
Music studies are an integral component of any comprehensive K-12 curriculum. Because music is part of the fabric of society, studying it in elementary, middle, and high school informs students about the large culture in which we live. Learning and performing music from around the world also opens students’ eyes to the ways in which other people see the world. There are improvements in academic performance as well. Music students consistently score better on standardized tests, particularly in math. In fact, students that study music score 27% higher on tests of fractions and proportional math. Additionally, children that study music throughout their elementary and middle school years demonstrate significantly higher levels of math proficiency by the twelfth grade. On the SAT test, students with a history of musical studies score higher on the verbal and math tests. It is no wonder then, that the U.S. Department of Education includes music as one of the essential subjects to learn alongside math, English, social studies, and science.