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Glencoe District and Curriculum

The Illinois Learning Standards are used in both the elementary and secondary school districts to ensure that students have a rigorous education centered on clear expectations for learning. The curriculum incorporates Common Core State Standards in Math and English Language Arts, and is part of the PARCC consortium that has developed a new assessment to determine if students are meeting the objectives. The Illinois Learning Standards also spells out the learning objectives for Science, Social Studies, Languages, and Social Emotional Learning. Expectations for community service are also part of each district’s curriculum.

We currently cover the following Glencoe-area school districts: Glencoe School District 35 and New Trier High School.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Glencoe District Curriculum

The Common Core State Standards for reading and writing consist of a series of critical goals that are designed for student’s to be fully prepared to read closely and have strong comprehension skills after high school. Students read informational texts and literature and learn how to look closely at details to support their understanding of the text’s meaning. They are also taught to write analytically and use texts to prove their ideas. There is also a focus on grammar and vocabulary to ensure students are using formal English.

The Common Core State Standards for math call upon students to be well-versed in mathematical problem-solving techniques. They study number systems and operations, algebraic patterns and relationships, geometry and measurement, and proportions and data analysis. They learn how to be precise in their problem-solving tasks, to understand what is being asked in word problems, and to communicate their mathematical thinking when they problem solve. Mathematic literacy, including reading graphs, charts and tables, is also emphasized.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Glencoe Educational News

  • ECGC Parent Group - ECGC stands for 'expanding conversation, growing community' and the ECGC Parent Group is a local group of families who want to communicate with the district about learning initiatives both in school and in the community. Parents who are interested in being part of the conversation are welcome to join.
  • New Trier Fine Arts Association - The New Trier Fine Arts Association (NTFAA) is a local group founded to support the arts program at New Trier High School. Their efforts include hosting art shows and exhibits, and also fundraising to help maintain the supplies for New Trier's young artists.
  • New Trier Educational Foundation - The New Trier Educational Foundation is a group of parents who are supporting the schools, teachers, and students through their hard work fundraising, hosting events, and organizing outside the classroom learning experiences for all. Money that they raise helps to supply classrooms, pay for field trips, and provide scholarships.

Glencoe 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: Rolling Applications

One of the biggest downsides to college applications is how long it takes to receive a response. Rolling applications are an application type that tries to solve this problem. They are essentially the same application a student would fill out for Regular Decision or any other application type, but they are handled more quickly and efficiently. First off, instead of setting a due date and waiting until that passes to read applications, colleges who use Rolling applications read all the time. They read the application as soon as they get it, and they tend to respond very quickly, usually within a few weeks, whereas other application types can take months to process. Because of this, Rolling applications don’t offer any sort of special consideration, the way Early Decision does, but they also don’t have any restrictions. They simply offer a quick turnaround without all the hassle.