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Elburn, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Elburn District and Curriculum
Kaneland Community School District uses the Illinois Learning Standards as its curriculum in all core academic subjects as well as elective courses. The curriculum fosters understanding of diversity and respect for self and others. The curriculum is intended to prepare students for a technological society. It cultivates leadership skills through integrated academic and co-curricular activities and provides real life applications to prepare students for their future. The school also believes it to be of paramount importance to incorporate opportunities for performance in and an appreciation of the fine arts.
We currently cover the following Elburn-area school district: Kaneland Community School District #302.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Elburn District Curriculum
The district strives to provide a caring environment of engaged learning that is flexible, in-depth, and innovative. Students apply critical thinking skills, and assessment should be authentic and varied. The instruction at district schools aims to address the intellectual and emotional needs of all students and encourage all students to be engaged learners who take responsibility for their own learning, find excitement and pleasure in learning, and can apply and transfer knowledge in order to solve problems creatively.
Students and teachers work collaboratively to develop interdisciplinary approaches and to develop positive social skills. Hands-on and collaborative learning opportunities help achieve this goal. The school believes that students must develop an understanding and appreciation for ethnic and cultural diversity. The school believes that it is its own responsibility to build physical, mental, and intellectual wellness in students and to cultivate an understanding of and appreciate for democratic freedom and civic responsibility.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Elburn Educational News
- Financial Aid and Scholarship Information - To assist students who are planning to attend college to prepare for the process of applying for financial aid and scholarships, KHS offers resources that will help students with each step. Information about the timeline and requirements for financial aid applications are available and there is also information about local, state and national scholarships.
- District Schools Report Cards - The state of Illinois issues report cards to each school annually to help the school community understand how it is doing in achieving their goal of educating all students to the standards. There is also information about graduation rates, percentage of students going to college, opportunities for advanced learning, and other factors which make schools successful.
- Parental Involvement Opportunities - There are a number of ways that parents can be involved with the schools. There are parent-teacher organizations that help to increase the communication between schools and families. The Foundation is a charitable organization that raises funds that support teachers and students. There are also Booster groups that support the extracurricular activities of the students.
Elburn 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: Transcripts
High school transcripts show college admissions officers the level of rigor that a student took on during their high school years. Colleges use transcripts to determine if a student is ready for college-level work, though they realize this isn’t a foolproof method. A transcript contains a list of the classes a student has taken and the grades s/he has received in those classes. If the student has done well in rigorous classes, this is a good indicator of college readiness. If the student has shied away from taking rigorous classes, this is a warning sign. The college determines whether the classes are rigorous by consulting the school profile, which is a document that explains exactly this, among other things. Of course, course selection has a lot to do with a student’s future goals and interests, and colleges realize this.