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Skiatook District and Curriculum

Skiatook Public Schools adheres to the core curriculum of English Language Arts and Mathematics. This school system follows the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s objectives for these subjects, as well as all other subjects. The design of the curriculum follows a progressive pattern whereby students deepen their understanding of each subject as each year passes, enabling them to be able to perform higher level work by the time they graduate.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Skiatook District Curriculum

In Mathematics, decimal numbers begin to appear in the middle elementary grades. Adding and subtracting decimals and furthering the understanding of place value are required, and the instructor uses a variety of materials to teach this concept. Math manipulatives, such as base ten blocks, cubes, coins (when adding and subtracting money), and other materials such as classroom technology (computer programs and Smartboards) are utilized.

In Language Arts, the standards include understanding and comprehending literal text. Pre-reading strategies are essential, and the objectives consist of activating prior knowledge, making predictions of the text, ask questions of what may be answered within the reading, and be familiar with the purpose of the text (to entertain, to persuade, or to inform). The students then read and comprehend a variety of texts after the pre-reading techniques and answer questions from the prior predictions and questions they had.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Skiatook Educational News

  • Softball Trip to Colorado! - The high school softball team recently had a fabulous time in Colorado! This was a trip that will always be remembered, as the team bonded even more so and they had a great visit to the Olympic Training Center and to the Air Force Academy. They showcased their team spirit on and off the field! Great job to the Lady Bulldogs!
  • Marrs Elementary Was Rodeo Bound! - In Oklahoma, the rodeo is a popular sporting event. Recently, the students of Marrs Elementary visited the Skiatook Roundup Club. What a fun-filled field trip! Watching a rodeo in the celebration of Pioneer Days was the highlight of this trip, and the K-2 students enjoyed every bit of it. The Loose Rowel Rodeo Company and the Chris Nikel Ram Rodeo Series were at this event to entertain the students.
  • Skiatook Intermediate Elementary - A famous author has visited Skiatook Intermediate Elementary School. Mr. Jim Murphy has written over thirty books and has taken home two Newberry Awards. He was the guest speaker at the school, and the students had the opportunity to meet him and ask questions. They learned a lot from him during his visit, as this visit showed the very positive side of being a writer!

Skiatook 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: The Importance of the Math Specialist

The math specialist is a very important position that has many roles. The math specialist usually goes from school to school to help teachers implement better ways to instruct the students in math, and they visit all of the grade levels. This employee also studies and desegregates math testing data and stays on top of testing changes, the Department of Education’s math current objectives, and researches the top teaching techniques for all areas of mathematics. She or he also meets with colleagues, such as administrators, and teaches in-services to the teachers. Some larger school systems have more than one math specialist with one working with primary and elementary math and the other focusing on middle school and high school math.