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Franklin Park District and Curriculum

The school districts offer a comprehensive curriculum to the students based on the Illinois Common Core Standards. The core curriculum focuses on English Language Arts, Math, Science and technology, Social Studies, Health, Art and Music. The schools also have opportunities for students to learn about technology in electives spanning topics like programming or web design in order to provide high-quality and relevant career learning standards.

We currently cover the following Franklin Park-area school districts: Franklin Park SD 84, Leyden CHSD 212, and Mannheim SD 83.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin Park District Curriculum

In Mathematics, students learn concepts such as operations and algebraic thinking, measurement and data and geometry. Students also receive instruction and need to demonstrate a level of competency in data analysis, statistics and probability. The common core standards used by the district also includes instruction in science and technology, so that students learn both the processes of scientific investigation as well as core knowledge of the sciences.

The standards based curriculum in English Language Arts includes instruction in reading and literature, composition and language. Students study vocabulary, analyze fiction and nonfiction and write for a variety of audiences and purposes. Many classrooms use a Writer’s Workshop approach to teaching writing skills, which allows students the opportunity to learn through a mini-lesson, then practice independently. The schools also provides support for students who are first time English Language Learners.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Park Educational News

  • The Excellence Award - The Excellence Award is a new initiative in the Leyden High School District to inspire students to excel in areas of academics, participation and responsibility and be honored for their commitment to academic excellence.
  • Extracurricular Activities - The high schools have a wide variety of extracurricular activities for students to pursue including a newspaper, high tech clubs, academically competitive groups and community outreach organizations.
  • Education Foundation - The The Franklin Park Elementary School District 84 Educational Foundation was established to raise funds to provide for extras to the classroom experience of students in the district. Teachers are able to apply for grants and are encouraged to pursue funding for new initiatives.

Franklin Park 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: Small Teacher Student Ratios in Literacy Programs Equals Success for Young Learners

Learning to read in first grade is a foundational step that students need to master in order to feel self-confident in every other academic subject as they move through elementary school. Literacy programs for first graders are instrumental in preventing reading problems during later grades, in reducing the number of students identified as special needs and with language acquisition requirements for English language learners. Numerous studies have shown that small teacher to student ratios are more effective in increasing literacy levels for first graders at risk for not meeting core reading standards.

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