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Justice District and Curriculum
The primary goal of Indian Springs School District 109 is to evaluate and meet the educational needs of its students, ranging from college guidance, specialization skills, vocational training, physical development, and citizenship preparedness. The school provides a safe, rigorous, supportive environment with solid classes and fun and useful extracurricular activities in order to meet these needs. All students are given opportunities for achievement, regardless of their learning styles and requirements.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Justice District Curriculum
The curriculum is continually evaluated and compared to other curricula, both locally and abroad, so that students are given competitive educations. The plan is to instill and develop a rich work ethic in each student that will lead the student to consider schoolwork as the priority. Students are encouraged to strive for excellence by witnessing excellence demonstrated, in teaching and in their classmates’ efforts.
Higher-order thinking skill and problem-solving skills are promoted in order to foster a greater development of the mind. Students are also taught to understand the concept of accountability for one’s actions, both socially and morally, but also educationally. By instilling a sense of pride for one’s accomplishments, the school hopes to encourage students to perform up to their greatest potential and ability, academically.
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- Library Services - The Argo Community High School library offers many resources for students from study space to research and reference materials. There are also media and technological devices that students can use as they work on independent projects.
- Extracurricular Activities - Argo Community High School offers a wide array of extracurricular groups for students to join. They cover everything from personal interests to organizations that do community services. This is a great way for students to get to know peers with similar interests and to explore a different type of learning that may help them recognize their future goals.
- Contemporary Technology Department - The Contemporary Technology Department gives students the chance to learn about technology in a career-oriented series of courses. These cover topics such as industrial technologies as well as business technologies.
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Chalk Talk: What to Include On a Resume
A college resume is one page long and broken into sections for easy scanning. Contact information and GPA go at the top, under the student’s name. The rest of the information on the resume is grouped into provocative sections. A good rule of thumb is that every item on a resume, aside from the name and address, should demonstrate more than one positive quality. So instead of just having a list of sports played, the student should include sports that s/he has played for a long time, has won awards in, was elected a captain or leader in some regard, etc. Similarly, participation in clubs is great, but leadership of a club is better. Clubs that frequently engage in community service and promote inclusion and understanding of diverse populations are also good to include, because these demonstrate multiple positive qualities. Travel is rarely of interest unless something was accomplished during that travel that stands out, such as community service, and an educational experience.