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Hoopeston District and Curriculum

Hoopeston Area Schools believes in building relationships with their families and communities in order to positively impact student success. They expect students to maintain a positive attitude, to participate in school sponsored functions, to know and follow expectations, to connect with teachers when they need help, and to complete all daily assignments. Students are also expected to be on time to school every day, to come prepared to class, and to be engaged in the educational process. Students should set personal goals and ask for help when needed as well as utilizing resources such as homework labs, and before or after school programming.

We currently cover the following Hoopeston-area school district: Hoopeston Area Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hoopeston District Curriculum

The district’s goal is to prepare students for success in college, career, and life as being one of its primary duties and goals. The curriculum is based on the expectations set out in the Illinois Learning Standards which breaks down the essential skills and knowledge that students should develop in each subject at each grade level. The learning expectations also include objectives that call upon students to do analysis or show reasoning, and these goals are aimed at providing students opportunities for critical thinking.

Ensuring that all students have equitable access to excellence and opportunities to succeed is very important. There are programs available for students who want to accelerate their learning and for those who need assistance achieving the goals. Students are given support in order to help them feel confident enough to strive for success. They are given clear expectations and held to a high standard for behavior and academic action. Teachers are also given the freedom to modify their lesson plans to help individual students succeed.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hoopeston Educational News

  • Hoopeston Reads - Hoopeston Reads is a local reading initiative that the district has spearheaded. The initiative gives community members the chance to visit the schools and read to students and discuss what they have read. It is a way to enjoy a shared reading experience and emphasize the importance of literacy.
  • High School Sports News - Want to stay on top of what’s going on at Hoopeston Area High School? They have regular broadcasts of the latest school sports news. The High School Sports Network provides live coverage of some athletic events, highlights, and analysis of the state of the teams. Families who are interested in supporting this resource are welcome to contact the HSS Network.
  • School Report Cards - Each school in the district receives an annual report card from the state to reflect how it is doing in instilling the learning objectives into all students. The high school report card also provides information about graduation and college-acceptance rates as well as opportunities for advanced study.

Hoopeston 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: Transcripts

A high school transcript is very important for a college application for a couple reasons. They give insight into how prepared a student is for college-level work by showing how well the student has done before. But a grade point average (GPA) can be misleading at first glance. A student who hasn’t taken a particularly challenging course load might appear strong, for example, and a student who has taken a very challenging course load but hasn’t made straight A’s might appear weaker. One way colleges can determine this is by using a school profile, which is a document that describes the classes offered and how rigorous they are. Also, the transcript shows how the student has challenged him or herself.