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Ozark District and Curriculum
The Ozark School District has instituted what is referred to in the educational world as the backward design approach which is goal oriented creating a road map to achieve the results provided in state approved standards. With the standards and learning objectives established, educators are able to work backwards to develop a broad unit plan and then skill and knowledge specific lessons within the unit. Outside of the classroom, students at all ages can participate in electives in the arts, technology, and join a variety of extracurricular clubs in middle and high school.
We currently cover the following Ozark-area school district: Ozark School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Ozark District Curriculum
The English/Language Arts curriculum for students in the Ozark School District is developed from the Common Core State Standards. These rigorous standards give students the opportunity to first learn to read, and then read to learn. There is a combined focus on reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students learn to write analytically and persuasively, and see a stronger focus on research.
The Mathematics curriculum is designed to teach students core mathematical concepts with opportunities at all grade levels for students to apply the math concepts in real world situations. The science curriculum, with an emphasis on core concepts and technology, gives students the opportunity to explore their world and answer questions about real-world problems. They learn how to arrive at and test hypotheses, and develop an understanding of the scientific process for arriving at conclusions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Ozark Educational News
- East Elementary Is 2014 Gold Star School - Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education named eight schools as 2014 recipients of the Gold Star School Award. The award is given based on student achievement and academic excellence.
- Ozark Implements School Safety Curriculum - Ozark School District holds student safety as a top priority and not only provides students with regular safety drills but has also found ways to incorporate it into the curriculum. Details about the curriculum and resources can be found here.
- Long-Range Plan Calls for Extra Space for Students - The 2011 Long-Range Plan has been revamped and, a few years later, some updates have been added. Schools are seeking to make their facilities safer, and give students the room they need by adding on rooms at schools.
Ozark 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: Does My Child Need Glasses?
Well, that’s a good question, with an answer that’s not always obvious. If your child complains of headaches daily, you notice your child squinting regularly, or you know your child can read well but struggles when you ask him/her to read from a sign or at a distance, these are signs that you should head to the pediatrician for a basic check of the eyes. Keep in close contact with your child’s teacher throughout the school year, and ask for specific feedback about your child. If you hear the teacher say that your child is quiet and doesn’t participate when the teacher and classmates are working math problems on the board, do you think that’s an odd behavior for your outgoing kid? It could be that s/he can’t see the board from the back of the room. Pediatricians and schools offer vision screenings, so ask for one. If there is a concern after the screening, head to the specialist.