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Pineville District and Curriculum
The Crook County School District uses Common Core State Standards in Math and Language Arts and state-developed frameworks for learning in other core subjects. These provide the comprehensive, K-12 overview of the skills and knowledge that students should develop. It also details the types of critical thinking skills students should be developing as they advance through their education. The curriculum is aligned to the statewide testing in core subjects and is used to ensure that each student is reaching the standards.
We currently cover the following Pineville-area school district: Crook County School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pineville District Curriculum
The learning standards in Language Arts have been developed to not only introduce students to a complete understanding of the language and its uses, but also so that students can effectively use their literacy and communication skills in other subjects. Reading comprehension is taught to cover genres of fiction and non-fiction and students are asked to make analytic comments or write critical essays on what they have read. The study of vocabulary and a thorough understanding of grammatical rules are also expected and should be demonstrated on formal writing tasks.
The writing portion of the Language Arts curriculum requires that students understand how to craft a piece of writing, from the stages of brainstorming to the final presentation. Editing and revising are taught, so that students are able to attend to grammar, vocabulary and language as well as their tone and the point of view they are communicating. As they are also taught research skills, they learn how to incorporate the ideas and works of other authors into their own work and learn proper citation skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Pineville Educational News
- Job Shadowing Opportunities - For high school students interested in pursuing experiential learning, there is a Job Shadowing Program that they may participate in during their junior or senior year. Students have opportunities around the community, and the district is always looking to extend the partnerships with local organizations that can provide job shadowing experiences to the students.
- Life Skills and Transition Program - The Life Skills and Transition Program has been designed for students who wish to receive additional support during the transitional years of 18-21. Students are able to access job skills training, certificate programs, and academic assistance and counseling from school staff in a familiar environment.
- Natural Resource Field Projects - Students at CCHS have the opportunity to participate in the Natural Resource Field Projects which offer both outdoor, hands-on learning but also allows students to gain college credit for their work. The students work on many projects regarding natural resources and receive a significant educational experience in the sciences. There are additional field trips, seminars, and collaborations that students engage in while in this program.
Pineville 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: Choosing an Educational Pathway
Students in high school have the chance to choose the pathway that best fits their academic and post-secondary goals. For students who plan to attend an elite college, a rigorous academic courseload as well as additional academic experiences such as independent studies or dual enrollment opportunities should be undertaken. For students who know what they want to do in college and beyond, specializing in an area that supports that goal can be useful in establishing the relevancy of the whole educational experience. For students who are unsure of what they want to pursue after graduation, a general course of study that is rigorous yet flexible is the best route. It's important that students don't choose their academic pathway for social reasons, and really base the decisions on their personal, academic interests.