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Oakdale District and Curriculum
The public schools in the city of Oakdale are overseen by the Allen Parish School District. The district believes that all children can learn and is committed to providing an educational environment that allows students to develop the skills they need to be productive and successful citizens. A rigorous academic curriculum combined with a variety of extra-curricular activities provides students with the opportunity to learn life skills necessary for living in the 21st century. The district is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
We currently cover the following Oakdale-area school district: Allen Parish School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Oakdale District Curriculum
All public schools in the Allen Parish School District have implemented the Common Core State Curriculum. In English and Language Arts, students are expected to read, write, speak and listen and are expected to use correct English in all academic and technology courses. The goal for Common Core is that students are fully prepared for the workforce and further education when they graduate. To that end, students are provided with both informational text and literature for reading material so that they are familiar with the types of reading material they may encounter.
In Mathematics, students are provided with intensive learning in a small number of core math subjects such as computational skills, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, statistics, measurement and proportional reasoning. The curriculum is progressively more difficult with students building on the skills they have mastered the previous year. Students are expected to apply what they have learned to more difficult math assignments and demonstrate confidence and the ability to know when to use particular math skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Oakdale Educational News
- 4-H at Oakdale High School - The 4-H club at Oakdale High School offers Oakdale students the opportunity to gain hands-on learning activities in a variety of areas including animal husbandry, plant sciences and current technology. Students develop problem solving skills, self-confidence and the opportunity to make a positive difference within their community.
- National Beta Club - Oakdale High School is the home of an active and growing National Beta Club chapter. Under the sponsorship of four Faculty Advisors, Ms. Stokes, Mrs. Victoria, and Mr. Manual the organization offers qualifying students with the opportunity to serve their community and learn skills that will make them leaders of tomorrow. Currently there are 8,750 Beta Clubs in the United States with more than 450,000 active members.
- FCCLA Activities - The Family, Career and Community of Louisiana (FCCLA) chapter at Oakdale High School provides a student organization where students can learn about leadership, in a national career and technical student organization that focuses on the American family. Chapter members have the opportunity to participate in competitive events and conferences at the local and state level.
Oakdale Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Wonderopolis
Asking questions is how children learn. On the Wonderopolis website there is a new question posted every day where children can find out about all sorts of things such as Do Rabbits Have Good Eyesight and Are Carrots Good for Your Eyes? The site answers the question then provides answers to related questions, a list of accompanying wonder words, and then provides quizzes on the material. Kids can check out past questions of the day or post their own question. The site is a great way to get kids talking about different subjects and it helps them explore and think about other subjects they can discover. Wonderopolis was created by the National Center for Families Learning and is funded by the Verizon Foundation. The site has been praised by sources such as Time Magazine, Parenting.com, and USA Today.