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Coal City District and Curriculum
The Coal City Unit District’s mission is to prepare the learners of today for the challenges of tomorrow through rigorous instruction in a safe, supportive learning environment meant to instill the confidence to encourage students to strive for success. They offer a curriculum intended to foster an understanding of diversity and respect for the self and for others. Community service requirements serve as an additional way to instill these ideals. The school tries to instill leadership skills in students by offering academic and extracurricular opportunities for leadership as well as real-life application intended to prepare students for their futures.
We currently cover the following Coal City-area school district: Coal City Unit District #1.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Coal City District Curriculum
The district strives to address the intellectual and emotional needs of students to encourage them to be engaged learners who take responsibility for their own learning and find excitement and pleasure in learning. During elementary school, the foundation in literacy and problem-solving is instilled and students are introduced to the major topics they will be working with throughout their education. Additionally, the literacy curriculum is designed to teach reading skills that will benefit students in all subjects.
Coal City High School’s curriculum includes a focus on appreciating democratic freedom and civic responsibility. The hope is that students will become life-long learners in a caring environment that promotes engagement. Students learn critical thinking skills, critical reading skills, analytical writing skills, and science literacy. Students are taught to apply and transfer knowledge in order to solve problems creatively. Students are taught to develop positive social skills as well as building physical, mental, and intellectual wellness.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Coal City Educational News
- Camp Invention - The district has partnered with Camp Invention to increase the STEM learning opportunities for students. Camp Invention offers courses that integrate science, technology, engineering and math to students from elementary through college age. Courses are offered both at the schools and through the camp's other programs.
- Athletic Boosters - The Athletic Boosters is a parent-led group that supports student athletes. The group organizes events and activities that raise funds which support the school's teams. The funds support travel expenses, equipment, uniforms, and other resources to help the young athletes compete successfully.
- Coaler Creations - Coaler Creations is a student-led group that designs, markets, and sells clothing with the school logo. The group collaborates to put together impressive uniform designs and organize sales at school and online. The funds raised from their efforts go directly to the costs associated with team uniforms.
Coal City 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: Applying to College
When applying to college, students want to be prepared for all the steps involved. First, they will need copies of their transcripts to show their course of study. The teacher recommendations shed further light into this, since they will cover the student’s work ethic, classroom behavior, study habits, and the like. The standardized test scores function similar to the transcript, in that they are intended to show how prepared the student is for college-level work. Families should note that college savings deposits in 529 accounts are not used in determining financial aid, therefore, it can make a huge difference in how much aid you qualify to receive. Lastly, apply for aid as soon as possible. Many financial aid funds are dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis, so the earlier you apply the better off you will be.