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Jacksonville, Arkansas Tutoring Programs

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Jacksonville District and Curriculum

The Pulaski County Special School District has about 5,000 students attending their schools. The Adkins Pre-K Center has about 140 students. There are seven elementary schools serving PK-5th grade or K-5th grade students, with a total of about 2,400 students. There is one middle school, with about 700 students in grades 6-8. Finally, there are about 1,200 students who attend the two high schools in the District. Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter is a K-8 public charter district that provides rigorous instruction so students are ready for college preparatory high school academics.

We currently cover the following Jacksonville-area school districts: Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter and Pulaski County Special School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Jacksonville District Curriculum

The Pulaski County Special School District has increased focus on curriculum, parent involvement, and using data to drive instruction has resulted in academic success. On recent Benchmark Assessments that were administered by the Arkansas Department of Education, the percentage of students who scored proficient or advanced in literacy improved in all grade levels, 3rd-8th. In Mathematics, students demonstrated proficiency in problem-solving in topics like algebra, geometry and data analysis.

The arts and technology are integrated throughout the curriculum but there is also a focus on emphasizing social development and providing cultural opportunities for students. Many supplemental programs are available involving both parents and students including Saturday Programs, Watch Dog Dads, Math and Literacy Nights, STEM-Robotics, and Buddy Reading.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Jacksonville Educational News

  • School Wins Honors - Arnold Drive Elementary School of the Pulaski County Special School District recently received honors based on the results of the 2012 Benchmark Assessments. Third graders scored 98% proficient in both literacy and mathematics. Fourth graders were the sixth best in Arkansas and fifth graders were the third best in the State.
  • Mask-Making Project - Murrell Taylor Elementary School art teacher, Melissa Lashbrook, integrated arts throughout the curriculum in a mask-making project for fifth graders. The students researched the history of masks, planned the type of mask to make, and then created their designs in clay. The beautiful masks were displayed in the office.
  • Saturday Programs for Scholars - During the Fall, Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter the students in grades 3-9 were eligible to participate in academic and arts programs on Saturdays. Classes offered included subjects such as dance, visual arts, Odyssey of the Mind, gardening, and directing.

Jacksonville 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: Why Schools Emphasize Early Literacy

Becoming a reader is probably the most important task a child must master in elementary school. There are many key facts about reading to consider because reading is a complex process. Students have to make meanings from the words, from the sentences, and discern an author's intent. They are asked to make and talk about value judgements about their books. It is a daunting task, but if started at home at an early age, children will be prepared to meet the curriculum expectations for elementary literacy.