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Pearl District and Curriculum
The mission of the Pearl Public School District is to prepare the students to become lifelong learners, to achieve their goals, and to positively impact society. The faculty and staff at Pearl Schools take this mission to heart as they offer a curriculum that follows the Mississippi Department of Education Curriculum which helps students, and teachers to face the future with hope.
We currently cover the following Pearl-area school district: Pearl Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pearl District Curriculum
Pearl Public Schools place a high value on the Language Arts education a child receives. Due to this children are exposed to this subject beginning in kindergarten. When the children reach the elementary school, they focus on language and grammar rules. They also learn about possessives, verbs and subjects as well as the difference between facts and opinions. Upper elementary proceeds by teaching about the important ideas in a reading as well as its tone.
Students begin their Mathematics experience by mastering operations, including ideas to help them count at home, shapes and patterns. Reading and understanding graphs is another skill learned, as well as fractions, and being able to draw a shape from a description. In the upper grades, students learn how to use multiplication to determine the area of a rectangle and convert measurements to metric. This leads the students to high school where they now have the skills to advance into graphing and solving absolute values.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pearl Educational News
- All State Honors Choir - The sixth-grade choir was chosen, after auditioning, for the Mississippi All-State Honor Choir. This group will perform at the state choral convention and have opportunities to perform for larger audiences.
- Cadet Ball - The traditional NJROTC Annual Cadet Ball was held with the theme of Fabulous Las Vegas. The male cadets came in their dress blues while the females attended the event in formal evening gowns. This is one of the many school traditions, that bridge the academic demands with great memories.
- Arbor Day Poster Contest - Students from Pearl Public Schools participated in the Arbor Day Poster Contest. The first place winner advanced to the state contest which sponsored by the Mississippi Forest Council. This program offered children the chance to combine artistic creativity with environmental education, helping to integrate subjects and foster connected thinking.
Pearl 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: The Importance of Homework
At times, parents and children believe that teachers assign homework as a form of busy work. This is not the case. There are several reasons why it is important for a child to have homework. It is an excellent way for students to review subject matter which has been taught at school. In some subject this is very important, such as spelling and mathematics. The more these skills are practiced the more natural they will become. Homework can also be a way to extend what is learned. This is often the case when there is a research report to be done. This type of homework can show the child how far they have come and what they can do with their acquired knowledge. Homework also encourages independence. Some of the work that children do in the class is built around groups or whole class interaction, by assigning homework a student is given a chance to show that they can be successful, on their own, in that subject.