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Glen Carbon District and Curriculum
The goal of the district is to meet the individual, educational needs of its students, whether they include college-bound instruction, specialization skills, personal enjoyment, vocational training, physical development, or citizenship preparedness. The school districts strive to create an atmosphere of excellence with opportunities for achievement for students. Focus is paid to a continuous improvement in equipment, materials, facilities, instruction, and leadership. Professional development with regards to help teachers instill new and more rigorous standards is also a district goal.
We currently cover the following Glen Carbon-area school district: Edwardsville School District #7.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glen Carbon District Curriculum
The schools also strive to instill and develop a rich work ethic in each student that will cause the student to see schoolwork as a top priority so that they might take responsibility for their own learning. Students are encouraged to develop higher-order thinking skills and problem-solving skills to foster a greater development of the mind. By stressing lessons with real-world applications, it is hoped that students will be able to not only apply their learning to the world around them, but will take a profound interest in their environment.
The schools encourage each student to develop worthy social skills that exclude vulgar language, inappropriate demonstrations of affection, intimidation, and fights, in order to understand accountability for one’s actions. Overall, the goal is to encourage students to strive to perform academically up to one’s greatest potential and ability. The district provide curricular and extracurricular activities to students in order to meet these needs in a safe, orderly environment.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Glen Carbon Educational News
- EHS Band - The Edwardsville High School band offers many opportunities for student to explore their musical sides. Students get to participate in school events as well as regional competitions and performances and gain invaluable performance skills while doing so.
- District Athletics - Edwardsville High School’s Athletics Department offers many opportunities for district students. There are both team and individual sports, all of which allow students to compete to the highest levels achievable. Parents who are interested in supporting the athletic programs can work with the boosters organizations on a range of events.
- Library and Media Services - Edwardsville High School’s Media Center offers a little bit of everything for students, from study materials to fun books to read. As technology increases, the library and media center have also expanded their offerings and provide students with everything from subscription research databases to media equipment on which to create projects.
Glen Carbon 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: Resume Do’s and Don’ts
A college resume is essentially a list of extra-curricular activities. It should be no more than one page long, and the layout should be simple and easy to scan, so that the admissions committee can utilize it as a handy reference. The student’s name, contact information (including address, phone number, and email address) should be at the top of the page, centered, and followed by the student’s GPA, also centered. The rest of the page should be broken up into sections in which activities are grouped. These should be labelled with brief, to-the-point names, some examples might be “leadership activities,” “clubs,” or “awards.” Some high school students have had work experience, and this is definitely worth including, but rarely do students have enough work experience for it to merit its own section. More likely, these experiences will be grouped in other sections.