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Greenville District and Curriculum

Students attending Bond County Community Unit School District learn according to the expectations laid out in the Illinois Learning Standards (ILS). The ILS uses frameworks for English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, and many other subjects that detail the grade-by-grade learning path that students will be on The goal of Bond County CUSD is to provide a safe learning environment for students so that they feel motivated and empowered to set and strive for challenging educational goals and accomplish difficult things. In this way, students can gain confidence and self-esteem through positive accomplishments.

We currently cover the following Greenville-area school district: Bond County Community Unit School District 2.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Greenville District Curriculum

The curriculum is rigorous and competitive and follows the Illinois Common Core Standards. In English classes, students read complex works in various formats, from print to digital, nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. They read for content and understanding but also to examine authorial intent and structural issues. In this way, students learn how to structure and build their own essays and arguments. They read and develop arguments, gather evidence to support these arguments, and then write thoughtful, analytical essays to explore these arguments.

Students also learn strong communication skills in oral communication, whether it be in small group discussion or through formal presentations. Students are given the knowledge and skills they’ll need to be competitive, successful learners and workers, whether they pursue post-secondary education or immediately enter the workforce after graduation. The hope is that students will take responsibility for their own education and become self-guided learners, not only in high school but for the rest of their lives, which will lead them to more success.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Greenville Educational News

  • Scholar Bowl Competition - Students at the high school who are academically competitive and want to work with a team of their peers representing their school at competitions that cover many subject areas, have the perfect outlet with Scholar Bowl. Interested students are welcome to join.
  • District Report Card - Each year, the state of Illinois issues a District Report Card for all public school districts to provide community members with an understanding of how the schools are doing at achieving the standards. Included in the Report Card is information about PARCC scores, student teacher ratio, instructional vs. operational spending per pupil, and graduation and college acceptance rates.
  • Information on the PARCC Assessment - The PARCC Assessment has been designed by educators from a number of states to put together a test that covers all the learning objectives in the Common Core Standards for Math and English language arts. To help parents understand more about the test, the district provides a variety of resources.

Greenville 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: Early Action

Early Action (EA) applications are a good middle ground between other application types such as Early Decision or Regular Decision. They have an early due-date, usually November 15th, though it can vary from college to college. They are nonbinding and non-restricted, which means students are free to apply to other colleges and, if accepted, to attend another college. Because they’re early, Early Action tend to get lumped in with Early Decision applications, which leads to higher acceptance rates. This is also because fewer other students are applying early, so there’s less competition. Early Action doesn’t differ from Regular Decision in any meaningful way other than the due date.