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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Cibolo District Curriculum
The writing curriculum introduces students to a variety of genres. Students use the texts and reading material, both in and out of class. They then refer to these works as they begin to write essays, short stories, biographies and autobiographies. As they prepare for college, or a career, students will find many times when they will use these examples. When filling out applications, they will need to write well-constructed essays and they will need to reflect on their lives, in a short autobiography.
History, at Cibolo schools, shows students how different civilizations came to inhabit different areas of the world. They also combine what is taught in this class with other classes. When studying the Anglo-Saxon period, they may share some of what they have learned when reading Beowulf, or they may share the life they discovered in Canterbury Tales with the class when talking about Medieval times. Science class also enters the history curriculum as students discover how the scientific world has changed.
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Cibolo District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD provides a challenging curriculum that prepares students for the global community after graduation. This curriculum has at its foundation the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. To this is added community and parent input, technology and the ingenuity of the faculty. There are also College and Career Readiness Standards infused in all students educational experience so that every student graduates feeling prepared to face the challenges of college academics of the career of their choosing.
We currently cover the following Cibolo-area school district: Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Cibolo Educational News
- National Honor Society - Students are chosen to be part of NHS when they are in the eleventh and twelfth grade. Those that are chosen show skills in scholarship, leadership, character and service. In addition the students, after filling in an application, must be then selected by a Faculty Advisory Committee to see if the student meets the NHS criteria. Once inducted, the members each work together to help maintain this high standard, so they can be examples to others throughout the school.
- University Interscholastic League - The University Interscholastic League provides students with opportunity to compete in literary and academic areas. This program works hand-in-hand with the school’s curriculum and helps to maintain and increase motivation with students. It also challenges students with issues from today and allows them to show mastery in certain areas. Through these competitions, students have the opportunity to apply for Texas Interscholastic League Foundations scholarships.
- Texas Thespians - Texas Thespians is a part of the International Thespian Society. These troupes represent the best in theatre education. This group helps encourage and improve theatrical skills of its members. Membership is based on points that can be earned through working in the school, community or professional theatre, either on the stage or behind the scene.
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Chalk Talk: Simplifying College Applications
Completing college applications can be a daunting task. Instead of avoiding them, here are a few hints that can help make filling them out easier. First of all, look at the schools that the applications are from and then ask which of these schools would be a better fit for the student. After deciding on which ones to keep, create a timetable for each noting when the application is do, the required sections and when letters of recommendations are due. Next, decide who to choose for the recommendations. Let these people know the deadline, your full name, address and phone numbers. Provide them with two copies of the form, in case of errors, school’s name address and a stamped envelope. Finally, for the essay, make sure to state your strengths, without sounding too boastful. Include any awards, or extracurricular activities. Finally, have a parent or teacher proof the documents, take a deep breath and then mail the applications.