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Russellville, Arkansas Tutoring Programs
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Russellville District and Curriculum
The Russellville School District has almost 5,300 students in grades PK-12. There are seven elementary schools, one middle school, one junior high school, and one high school in the District. The Russellville School District participates in Edline, an on-line program that provides communication between parents and the District. Classroom websites, messages, students’ grades, personal e-mails, and District information are all available to parents quickly and conveniently.
We currently cover the following Russellville-area school district: Russellville School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Russellville District Curriculum
The Arkansas Department of Education adopted the Common Core Standards in July, 2012. Standards provide districts, administrators, and teachers with an instructional framework so that when students graduate from high school, they are prepared for college and employment. It is important that students master the required standards at each grade level so that they develop foundational learning that is needed to understand more complex topics.
An example of the curricular expectations would be that 3rd graders need to be able to multiply all one-digit numbers from memory in order to be successful at the 4th grade skills of multiplying and dividing multi-digit numbers and multiplying fractions. In 7th grade, students need to learn how to analyze particular elements of a story or play. This provides the foundation for eighth grade when students must identify a theme and analyze its development throughout an entire story or book.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Russellville Educational News
- Main Street Mission - The students at Russellville Middle School routinely have school-wide events to support the Main Street Mission. Students had a two-week food drive and the grade level with the most donations received homemade cookies from the Parent Teacher Organization. During the winter, the students donated electronics, toys, and clothing to the Mission so that needy parents could provide gifts to their children.
- Band Wins Awards - The Russellville Junior High School Band successfully participated in the Region Marching Contest. The Band had not marched at the Contest for several years so it was an outstanding honor to win all first division ratings. The Band will have another opportunity to participate in the Arkansas Sweepstakes later in the year.
- The Center for the Arts - In 2012, The Center for the Arts opened on the campus of Russellville High School. It is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts District events, arts performances, fundraisers, and other cultural activities. Students can also develop their artistic talents in this new setting.
Russellville 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: Encouraging Children to Be Leaders
Children who have leadership skills are more able to face challenges that they encounter in their daily lives. There are many ways to help children become leaders, such as being a role model to your child and helping them to develop skills to cope with all types of situations. Giving children chores and other responsibilities will help them to understand how to manage tasks. Offering children the chance to make decisions about family activities also helps them to develop decision-making skills. There are lots of little things that can be done to help a child develop the social skills that are a part of leadership.