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Mahomet, Illinois Tutoring Programs

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Mahomet District and Curriculum

Mahomet-Seymour Community Unit School District uses the Illinois Learning Standards to provide a competitive, quality curriculum with clear expectations provided to its students. Critical thinking skills, critical reading skills, analytical writing skills, science literacy, and a firm foundation in mathematics are all stressed by the school. Students are given real-world applications of their learning whenever possible in order to help ensure that they learn. The goal is to give students the learning and skills they need to be productive citizens after graduation.

We currently cover the following Mahomet-area school district: Mahomet-Seymour Community Unit School District 3.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mahomet District Curriculum

The English language arts curriculum is designed to develop literacy and critical thinking skills in students by having them participating in collaborative discussions, building on and responding to others’ thoughts through multiple exchanges and asking questions when confused about the topic being discussed. In terms of language, students learn how to effectively use different parts of speech, including different verb tenses, common adjectives and conjunctions, and articles in both their writing and speaking.

In Math, students practice making sense of problems and persevering in solving them, reasoning abstractly and quantitatively. These fundamental skills prepare students for the more complex expectations of constructing logical arguments and critiquing the reasoning of others, modeling using mathematics, using the appropriate tools strategically, being precise, looking for and using structure, and using repeated reasoning. After that, the content standards are introduced, with the critical areas of learning for each grade level described.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Mahomet Educational News

  • Future Business Leaders of America - The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is an extracurricular group designed for students interested in careers in business and opportunities to develop their leadership skills. Students participate in events like business, innovation, and entrepreneurship competitions and also meet with business leaders to learn about their paths to success.
  • FFA Organization - As the largest youth organization devoted to agricultural education and leadership, FFA offers student many opportunities to learn and compete in the field of agriculture. Students also work on projects that benefit their school and community, and raise awareness of sustainability issues.
  • Arts and Crafts Club - For students who are interested in the arts, the Arts and Crafts Club offers them a chance to work on a variety of projects using the school's art education resources. The students also collaborate on making public art projects that are displayed at school or in the community.

Mahomet 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: Paying for College

Paying for college requires careful planning. Watch the news, read the newspaper and school bulletins, and search the internet for scholarships that are being awarded. Starting your own savings account or prepaid college account are other options. Earn money doing chores or working a part time job. Put away money on a regular basis, and it will add up! January is a great time to submit the FAFSA, because many schools require it to be on file by mid-February. And since many financial aid opportunities are on a first come, first served basis, the earlier you apply the better off you’ll be. When filing the FAFSA, ensure that it is completely filled out before you submit it. Any delays in processing the document could mean losing out on valuable aid opportunities.