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Evanston District and Curriculum
Evanston, Illinois is home to two public school districts. One is the elementary and middle school district, Evanston/Skokie School District #65. The second is the high school district, Evanston Township High School District #202. Together, these two districts are committed to creating an excellent educational experience to bring out the best in each student. Both districts believe in the goal of celebrating diversity to build a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Evanston District Curriculum
One of the curriculum initiatives that makes District #65 proud is the African-Centered Curriculum available at Oakton Elementary School. This program is used with students in kindergarten through fifth grade and it focuses on the idea that students learn about the African and African American culture throughout history. The curriculum initiative is aligned with the standard curriculum being taught in all other schools throughout the district.
In the high school district, the language arts department uses a successful curriculum called Read180. This curriculum is designed for students who are not reading at their developmental level. The curriculum that is designed to improve reading is done with a fun computer program that really does improve reading skills. After time with Read180, reading proficiency increases dramatically and students are able to read a wider range of texts comprehensively.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Evanston Educational News
- Top Two - Evanston Township HS earned the honor of being in the top two per cent of all high schools in the nation. This honor was given because of the high test scores, the abundance of opportunities, and the number of Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate offerings.
- Digital Backpack - District #65 has developed a Digital Backpack to help reduce paper waste. This digital communication system is dedicated to helping clubs and organizations share their messages with district families without having to send home thousands of sheets of paper.
- Career Technology Learning - To better prepare the future automotive technicians, Evanston Township High School is now certified by the Automotive Service Excellent Board. As automotive technician training becomes more reliant on technology, Evanston Township High School built a high tech training facility that will prepare high school students and older students how to repair the new computer-dependent automobiles.
Evanston 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 Importance of Student Self-Advocacy
One of the most important skills that all students need to learn is how to advocate for themselves. These skills can be taught to children who are in preschool and beyond. This does not mean that students need to be able to argue with teachers, but they need to be able to talk to their teachers when they have questions or concerned. They also need to know how to approach their teachers kindly. One of the best ways to teach your children how to talk to their teachers is by modeling. Parents can begin by helping their children decide what to say and how to ask their teachers; parents and children can have a little role playing fun. Parents who teach their children to talk to their teachers give their children the power to speak up for themselves.