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West Monroe District and Curriculum

The public schools in the city of West Monroe are part of the Ouachita Parish School District. The district is dedicated to providing a high quality education for all students. In partnership with students, parents, and the community the district works to provide students with the skills they need to be productive members of society. In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum the district provides a secondary vocational curriculum is offered to students looking to enter the workforce upon graduation.

We currently cover the following West Monroe-area school district: Ouachita Parish School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the West Monroe District Curriculum

The district is implementing the Common Core Curriculum which has been approved for use in all public schools in the state of Louisiana. Common Core provides clear expectations for students and parents in terms of what children should know in terms of English and Language Arts and Mathematics. In English and Language Arts students focus on learning how to read, write, listen and speak using correct English. Reading material increases in complexity with each grade and includes both literature and informational text of the type a student may encounter on the job.

In Mathematics, students concentrate on core math subjects such as basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, statistics, measurement and proportional reasoning. A coherent and progressive approach is provided in the development of math skills with students building on those skills year by year. The goal is for students to be able to apply their math skills with confidence to math problems in the workforce and to higher math.

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Keeping Informed: Recent West Monroe Educational News

  • Book Week - Recently Woodlawn Elementary School in the Ouachita Parish School district celebrated Children’s Book Week. A fun time was had by all as the school focused in on the joy of reading. Events included DEAR which translates to Drop Everything and Read times, book swaps and readings.
  • Community Outreach - Students in the fifth grade class at Jack Hayes Elementary School recently participated in a Dog food drive to help the local animal shelter. The fundraiser was decided upon by the Jack Hayes 5th grade Student Council. The drive asked for donations of bags of dog food and resulted in the collection of more than 500 lbs of dog food.
  • Student Pharmacists - Swartz Upper Elementary School was recently visited by a group of student pharmacists from ULM who provided the elementary students with a discussion and hands on activities on healthy eating, the prevention of diabetes and the safe use of prescription medicines. The visit came about through the initiative of Dr. Walker, an advisor to the Chapter of Academy of Student Pharmacists at ULM.

West Monroe 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: Learn about Black History in America

The history of African Americans in the United States is an important part of the history and culture of the United States and students can read personal stories of former slaves, view original documents and photographs from the African American narrative at the Library of Congress website the African American Mosaic. African American Mosaic includes parts of an exhibit of the same name in addition to providing overall access to the all of the African American collections within the Library of Congress including film, music and recorded sound. On the website viewers can look at topics in four general areas including Colonization, Abolition, Migrations and the WPA. This site is a great resource for parents, and teachers to use to help gain an understanding of early African American history.