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Poteau District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Poteau Public Schools is a school district of four schools, one of them being a high school. This Oklahoma school system follows the core curriculum of English Language Arts and Mathematics as developed by the State Education Department. The core curriculum is integrated into other subject areas, such as History and Science and supported further by the electives offered to students in all the schools.

We currently cover the following Poteau-area school district: Poteau Public Schools.

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Poteau 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.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Poteau District Curriculum

In English Language Arts, the students are responsible for interpreting meaning in a variety of ways. Meaning and conclusions from visual images created by graphic artists, illustrators, and news photo-journalists are taught to be illustrated with interpretation. Maps, charts, and graphics are also used by the students to analyze and construe meaning. Modeled by the teacher, the students are shown how to distinguish between fact and opinion in different types of text and are trained to differentiate between fact and opinion.

In Mathematics, the teachers impart the knowledge of how to analyze and synthesize information using tables, graphs, and function machines by extending number and visual patterns. This begins in the early elementary grades as more simple patterns and increases in difficulty as the children get older. Visual patterning and the knowledge needed to decipher graphs and tables, among a few, is needed in the higher level math that begins as the students enter the middle school grades.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Poteau Educational News

  • Oklahoma Parents as Teachers - The district has taken on an early childhood learning initiative called Oklahoma Parents as Teachers (OPAT) and which serves as a group of community liaisons for families with children ages birth to three. The group visits families at their home and help develop routines that build literacy and other critical skills.
  • College Bound Resources - The district provides a page to help families with the planning process for college bound students. There are different sections for each part of the process - such as searching for colleges, understanding admissions requirements, scholarship resources, and testing procedures and expectations.
  • Softball Camp at Poteau - The First Annual Lady Pirate Softball camp was a success! What a way to start the summer for these softball lovers! Many students, young and older attended the camp and learned many of the fundamentals, both basic and advanced, to be even better softball players. After working so hard at camp, the students were ready to enjoy the rest of their summer months and be better prepared for the softball season next year!

Chalk Talk: The Role of the Media Center

The Media Center, or sometimes known as the library, is the technology hub of the school. In past years, before technology, the library was the center of the school where all teachers and students could go and check out books, videos, VCRs, cassette tapes, and overhead projectors. Those were the days! Now, the library has evolved into the media center, and with this new title (in many schools) comes the advent of technology and responsibility of the librarian, or sometimes referred to as “media specialist.” Today’s modern librarian has the responsibility of catering to the students and teachers. When teachers are in need of a technological device for their classroom, such as DVD player or LCD projector, the media specialist checks it out to them from the media center. The modern library contains books, DVDs, computers, laptops, headphones, projectors, and other audio-visual equipment. For the students, the librarian is usually in included in the electives where the students can come and be read to and do activities.


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