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Matteson District and Curriculum
The districts value their responsibility to ensure that students and challenged to become productive citizens. Also, the schools value an education which promotes exploration of real-world applications of lessons, encourages collaboration between students and teachers, and inspires students to become life-long learners. There is a strong focus on core academics which are aligned to high learning standards, although innovative programs stimulate students’ desire to learn and foster the development of a lifelong love of learning, thus preparing them to be successful students.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Matteson District Curriculum
The goal is for students to become invested in their own learning and experience, which benefits everyone. District strives to provide and maintain high-quality facilities and an infrastructure that supports a safe and nurturing learning environment. They are increasingly enriching the classroom experience with emerging learning technologies so that students have broad access to information as well as devices upon which to create presentations and projects.
In high school, students are offered a wider array of learning opportunities through the electives and career-oriented courses. College and career preparation are emphasized, in particular skills in problem-solving, collaboration, and communication are taught in all classes. Furthermore, the district values service and encourages students to give back to their community in the hopes that this will encourage them to continue performing community service in the future.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Matteson Educational News
- Career Exploration - Rich East High School facilitates the ASVAB Career Exploration Program which provides high-quality, career exploration and planning to students and high schools across the country. This program helps students understand what it takes to achieve various career goals and broadens their horizons about career opportunities.
- Local Scholarship Opportunities - The Benjamin O Davis VFW Post offers a scholarship to students who are planning to go to college and fit certain need-based criteria and have maintained a standard of academic achievement.
- IllinoisParents.org - IllinoisParents.org is a website that helps connect families to schools and the resources which are available in the state to strengthen the offerings and support services within each school. They have a running list of events and advocacy groups for parents to join.
Matteson 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: The Importance of Breakfast
High school students are in such a rush all the time, and the time and effort needed to devote to a nutritious breakfast came seem too valuable to waste sitting and eating, but research has shown that a nutritious breakfast has lasting benefits. It doesn’t have to be anything too elaborate; a bowl of cereal or some toast and peanut butter can be enough to ‘wake up’ a student’s metabolism in the morning. On test days, before presentations, and even just on regular class days, research has shown that students perform much better when they have a balanced breakfast. This is especially important considering the fact that many high school students have incurred a sleep debt by spending long hours studying…or doing other things. Students who haven’t had a nutritious breakfast are easily distracted, fidgety, and generally perform worse than those who have.