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Pahrump District and Curriculum
The Nye County Schools follow a curriculum that is designed to align with the State of Nevada curriculum guidelines. Nevada schools have an excellent STEM program, which includes skills in mathematics, technology, engineering and mathematics, to prepare students for competition in the workforce, which is in desperate need of qualified workers. Language Arts/Literacy is a major foundation of learning and begins in kindergarten where students begin to develop reading and writing skills.
We currently cover the following Pahrump-area school district: Nye County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pahrump District Curriculum
Students begin learning to read with Phonics, sounding out the letters, then the syllables. Students listen to stories read to them and they are asked to retell certain parts of the story to develop recall skills. They also look at pictures and tell the part of the story the pictures belong to or they draw their own pictures and describe how an event or character of the story is represented.
Math curriculum includes teaching students basic counting skills and number recognition. Students also learn basic Algebra skills using objects to add and subtract in Kindergarten. They learn geometric skills by learning to recognize shapes and sort them into appropriate groupings. Again, like the Language Arts/Literacy curriculum, math skills are increased throughout grade levels by adding new skills to already existing skills. By high school, students are learning more increasingly complex mathematics courses, like advanced Algebra and Geometry, as well as Trigonometry.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pahrump Educational News
- Pahrump Valley Museum - The Pahrump Valley Museum contains early farming and mining equipment, as well as artifacts from the early pioneers and the cowboys. The museum also has several old historic buildings from the town’s history. A trip to this museum will be a great learning experience.
- Pioneer Territory Wagon Tours - Visitors can take horseback and riding tours, as well as go hiking on the nature walks. There is also a petting zoo that everyone can enjoy. This is a great educational trip, as kids can learn about nature and animals. This can be a great family trip to spend time together. Quality family time is an important aspect of your child’s emotional and learning growth.
- Spring Mountains National Recreation Area - With more than 316,000 acres of a lot of diversity, with snow- capped mountains, desert and 50 different species of plants, as well as a diverse animal population. The recreation area includes a learning center where visitors will find information on camping and hiking, as well as plants and animals. What a beautiful area for a family trip to go camping and hiking! Be sure to check their site to ensure they are open before you make the trip.
Pahrump 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 To Help Your Child Transition From Grade School to Middle School
Leaving grade school for the unknown and unfamiliar middle school environment is a frightening event in the life of your child. Everything will change, and it is possible that your child’s friends might not share classes anymore. How can you help smooth the way for your child? Visit the middle school and talk to the teachers if you can. Most middle schools to offer an orientation day so that you and your child can become more familiar with the school and what your child can expect during the school day. Do not wait until the last minute to get your child registered, as many of the elective classes will already be filled, leaving your child with little to choose from. Talk to your child about what to expect, but also remember to discuss positive things about middle school, including the opportunity for joining a sports team or playing an instrument in band. There are a lot of fun and exciting opportunities awaiting your child. Understand the fears your child may be experiencing and always be there to offer encouragement.