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Hanover Park, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Hanover Park District and Curriculum
The Hanover Park districts’ schools emphasize an environment of mutual respect, not only for students and teacher, but for the learning environment. Through these principles of mutual respect, the district promotes academic and personal success for all while understanding and fostering the uniqueness of its members. Following Illinois Core Standards, an academic system is in place for students to develop their full academic potential.
We currently cover the following Hanover Park-area school districts: Keeneyville Elementary School District 20, School District U-46, Community Consolidated School District 54, Glenbard School District 87, Community Consolidated School District 93, Lake Park High School District 108, and Palatine Township High School District 211.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hanover Park District Curriculum
The development of mind, body, and character to the fullest potential is encouraged in order to promote responsible, contributing members of society who are lifelong learners and able to employ critical thinking and problem solving skills in an increasingly diverse global society. In order to meet the educational needs of a diverse group of students, the curriculum follows the Illinois Common Core Learning Standards, which emphasizes core principals in Math, Science, and Language Arts.
These topics are foundational ideas which provide a solid basis for students to build upon with more complex ideas and observations. In science, the goal is to apply problems and analysis to real-world situations in order to explore the physical world. In English Language Arts, the goal is to encourage students to develop critical thinking and analytic skills in order to develop research skills, build arguments, and back those suppositions up with evidence. These skills will help students in their post-secondary education and the workforce.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hanover Park Educational News
- Market Day - Help support Elgin High School by purchasing groceries through their Market Day fundraiser. This is one of many fundraisers throughout the year that brings together partners from the community, students and staff to support their school.
- Lake Park Educational Foundation - The Lake Park Educational Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources for unique programs and activities to enhance student learning at Lake Park High School. Through their fund-raising efforts, teachers are able to afford more resources and learning opportunities for their students.
- 1:1 iPad Initiative - Beginning in the 2013-2014 school year, several classes in District 211 will implement iPads as a learning tools to create learning opportunities for students. Each student will have their own device so that they are able to perform all the steps of learning through technology.
Hanover 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: Gap Years: The Facts
Many students are interested in the idea of a gap year because it sounds like a vacation, but parents are rarely as enthusiastic. One concern is that students may have a difficult time reentering the educational environment after a year away from it. The reality isn’t cute and dried; Gap Years can be of great use to students, but there are, of course, pitfalls. Gap Years are, traditionally, time that students spend taking a break from formal education, but that doesn’t mean students stop learning and just sit at home on the couch for a year. Usually, Gap Years are intensive, structured programs developed by students and parents and often with specific companies that specialize in Gap Year programs. Students might do volunteer work for part of a year, intern, travel and study abroad, or combinations of these things. Some students choose to work for part or all of the year in order to save money for college. Many students will apply and be accepted to a college and then defer for a year in order to do a Gap Year, guaranteeing that the student can then return and reenter the educational cycle with his/her new found knowledge.