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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Perryton District Curriculum

The Science curriculum at Perryton Independent School District develops skills for scientific inquiry in students as well as their overall scientific literacy. During elementary and middle school, students are instructed in various strands of science such as matter and energy, motion and force, earth and space, and organisms and environments. They learn about proper laboratory safety procedures and how scientists develop theories and work to prove their veracity. In high school, the courses cover more specific aspects of science.

Part of the high school science curriculum involves learning about the field of chemistry. Students conduct laboratory experiments and learn how to work with the scientific method. They study the Periodic Table, atomic theory and chemical bonding, and characteristics of matter. Students also study chemical reactions, describing them as processes of double or single replacement, synthesis, combustion, or decomposition. They also learn how cycles, structures, and processes interact and how to communicate their understanding of these topics.

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Perryton District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

The Perryton Independent School District curriculum is guided by the expectations in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). The TEKS details what students are expected to learn in English Language Arts and Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Languages Other Than English, the Arts, Health, Physical Education, and Career Development. The district also relies on a College and Career Readiness Skills framework that emphasizes traits such as collaboration, creative thinking, and the ability to join in with community organizations. To that end, community service and extracurricular learning are encouraged so students are able to develop these aspects of themselves.

We currently cover the following Perryton-area school district: Perryton Independent School District.

Keeping Informed: Recent Perryton Educational News

  • Student Council - The Student Council is a great extracurricular opportunity for students who are interested in politics and want to contribute to the opportunities available for their peers. Students work with each other and the administration to plan activities and events and to develop learning experiences that are important to the students.
  • Welding Program - The Welding Program is an extracurricular opportunity available for students who are interested in learning the skill of welding and who wish to work with metal on artistic projects. Many of the welded pieces that students put together are exhibited in the school and display great skills in artisanal metal work.
  • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America - Students who join the FCCLA group have the chance to work with their peers to improve their environment and work on local issues that are important to the students. Most recently, the FCCLA has taken up the issue of bullying and are helping to raise awareness within their community.

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Chalk Talk: Encouraging Honesty in Children

The temptation to cheat or lie surrounds children every day. To help instill honesty in a child, parents need to model this behavior. Children look to their parents as role models so if a parent deceives another to receive a discount, a child may see this as acceptable behavior and take it on themselves. Parents also need to be aware of difficult situations where a lie would be easier than the truth. If the child tells the truth it is important that they receive praise from their parent. If the child is caught telling a lie, it is important that the parent does not over-react. Calmly think about the motive for the lie. After it has been thought out, gently pull the child aside and quietly talk with the child about why they chose to lie. Honest communication is important and by demonstrating and talking about this characteristic, it may become easier for the child to talk truthfully.


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