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Seminole District and Curriculum
Following the Oklahoma State Standards and curriculum guidelines, Seminole Public Schools offers the core curriculum of Mathematics and English Language Arts, along with other coursework (such as the Sciences, Social Studies, and many electives) to enhance the education of the youth of Seminole. The curriculum is progressive and builds a deep knowledge in each subject so that students are prepared for advanced coursework in college.
We currently cover the following Seminole-area school district: Seminole Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Seminole District Curriculum
In mathematics, counting money is taught using real coins and replica coins. The students are taught how to count money in the early grades up to $2.00. Prior knowledge of counting patterns by fives and tens must be grasped before students count coins effectively. In the middle elementary grades, the children are taught more challenging concepts of money by making change from $20.00. They are instructed how to count back change with the teacher modeling this concept.
In English Language Arts, students are expected to learn the proper usage of grammar, mechanics, punctuation, and usage in their oral language as well as their writing. In writing, the students are to use proper nouns, common nouns (singular nouns, plural nouns, and possessive forms of nouns), subjective, objective, and possessive pronouns, all verbs of present, past, and future tenses, and regular and irregular verbs, past participles, and proper subject-verb agreement.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Seminole Educational News
- Science Fair Time! - The science fair at Northwood Elementary offers the students a chance to showcase their intelligence and creativity. Happening each early-Spring, this display of talents is a great opportunity for the community to come out and take a look at the students’ experiments, reports, displays, and results. All students at Northwood Elementary can enter, and student books with rules, dates, and other information are sent out several months prior, in January. Good luck in the science fair, Northwood students!
- Teen Leadership - Be a teen leader! In the middle school grades many students need mentors and role models. Teen Leadership is a program where students can help others, build a healthy lifestyle, and improve in the areas of public speaking. Teen Leadership is a rewarding program to be involved in, as many activities are enjoyed throughout the school year. Sign up at Seminole Middle school to be in this fabulous program!
- Seminole High School Alumni Association - All Alumni are welcome to join the alumni program and take a look at the new and enhanced website. The website will help anyone that attended Seminole High School in past years get connected to fellow alumni, keep in the know of all of the events and fundraisers that are happening, and to purchase Seminole High School merchandise. Our Alumni Association is a large and proud group, so visit the website today to get involved!
Seminole 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: What Is a Mentoring Program?
A mentor is a student in the upper grades that helps a student in the younger grades become acclimated to the school environment. Mentors are perfect for students who are just entering middle school for the first time or high school for the first time. It is a wonderful idea to have a mentor help those students in transition! Also, mentors can assist students who have moved to the school system from another area and help them get used to the new school’s environment, and can aid the new student by showing them around the school, helping them with lunch routines, and giving them much needed advice on after school programs and their instructors’ teaching styles. Mentors are so important, and schools that have mentoring programs in place are showing others that they care and are there to offer assistance. Being a mentor also looks fabulous on a college application, so if you are thinking about becoming a mentor, you should definitely take that step!