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Monmouth District and Curriculum

The Monmouth-Roseville District uses the Illinois Learning Standards as the framework for instruction. The ILS incorporates standards from Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards and ensures that student learning provides a rigorous college and career readiness experience. Electives and career-technical programs also have overarching learning objectives that are developed to address the connection between the subject and the real world. Community service and social emotional learning are additional areas that the curriculum covers and through which students can hone their interests.

We currently cover the following Monmouth-area school district: Monmouth-Roseville District #238.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Monmouth District Curriculum

The district provides a challenging, supportive curriculum with clearly established expectations. Students learn critical thinking and reading skills and analytical writing skills across a variety of disciplines. Students read various difficult texts in different formats, from digital to hard-copy, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. They read for comprehension but also structural intent and authorial intent. They discuss and write about their reading, using guiding questions, and write analytical essays about their reading.

Science literacy is also emphasized, as is a strong foundation in mathematics. Students are given an understanding of how mathematics works, rather than just being asked to memorize equations in an intellectual void. Teachers are also given the freedom to tailor their lessons to fit the needs of individual students to ensure success. The hope is that students who are engaged and take responsibility for their learning will continue to do so after graduation, which will lead to success and engagement in the future.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Monmouth Educational News

  • Student Research Tools - There are a number of research tools available for students through the district website - these are services paid for by the school and would be restricted by a paywall without the district's service. Students can access Destiny Quest, ProQuest, InfoTrac, and Encyclopedia Britannica services.
  • Community Involvement - One way that the district strives to serve its students needs is through partnerships with local organizations such as the YMCA, local newspapers and radio, and groups that can help connect students with community service, job shadowing, or internship opportunities.
  • Parent Teacher Committee - Serving the elementary school and pre-K needs of the district, the Parent Teacher Committee is a way for the district to work with community members to make sure that all needs are being addressed and all opportunities are being seized. Parents who are interested in participating are encouraged to contact their schools.

Monmouth 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: Early Action

Early action (EA) is a type of college application characterize by its early due date, usually November 15. Along with this early due date, EA usually provide an early response, typically before the end of the calendar year. EA are nonrestrictive, which means that students can apply to other schools if they want and have no obligation to attend if accepted. Because it’s early, students compete against fewer other applicants, which can be beneficial. More and more colleges are selecting large numbers of their incoming classes from early applicants. One of the reasons for this is that these students tend to be stronger, since they are able to get their applications finished early. They also have demonstrated a commitment to the college by making the effort of applying early.

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