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East Moline District and Curriculum

The curriculum is based on the Illinois Common Core standards for math and English language arts and the Next Generation science standards, which focus on instructing students in key concepts across the curriculum to build an educational foundation so that students will be prepared for secondary education and employment no matter the student’s educational needs. All learning objectives are achievable and teachers have flexibility in how they present the material to their students.

We currently cover the following East Moline-area school districts: East Moline SD 37, Moline USD 40, and United Township HSD 30.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Moline District Curriculum

In English Language Arts, the Common Core standards emphasize reading nonfiction and complex texts as well as writing using a process to prepare, write and present their papers. These standards are intended to develop students’ ability to research and gather information, use evidence to support their ideas while also expanding their vocabularies, and how to be strong readers and capable writers.

In Math, at the elementary level, the standards emphasize basic concepts like operations, pattern recognition and spatial awareness skills so that students master the foundations of mathematics before moving on to more advanced topics. The goal is that students will be able to apply their math skills to real world problems and challenges in high school and beyond. The Next Generation Science Standards are progressive and focused on key topics intended to prepare students for college and careers in the field.

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Keeping Informed: Recent East Moline Educational News

  • Library Services - United Township High School’s library offers many resources for students, and the librarians can provide a great deal of help familiarizing students with different ways to access information.
  • Announcements Site - To keep up with the latest information for United Township events, check out the announcement page and find out what is happening in the district.
  • Activities & Clubs - United Township High School offers many activities for students, from men’s and women’s sports to academic enrichment clubs. If a student is interested in launching a new group, speak with a faculty advisor and see what steps need to be taken to make it happen!

East Moline 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 Facts About Art School

One misconception about college is that art schools are less rigorous than other programs. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Art colleges are highly competitive, rigorous schools that push students to work long hours with tight deadlines. Instead of the more familiar hour-long classes in other degrees, art classes may last many hours, allowing students to explore and produce more quantity. Students then, often, offer up their work for critique, which can be a harrowing experience. Most art colleges promote internships, showings, and career guidance, so that students are kept constantly aware of “life after college” and guided towards professional careers, often using art in more mainstream settings. This focus on the working world is often more intense than it is in other colleges. Even getting into these colleges involves providing an accomplished portfolio which might take many months for a student to produce. Of course, not every school is as rigorous as others, but the reality is that many are.