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Montgomery, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Montgomery District and Curriculum
The curriculum strives to produce students who comprehend and utilize a core body of learning and skills across several curricula, whether it be humanities, mathematics, or science classes. Though the curriculum follows the Illinois Common Core Curriculum, teachers are given the freedom to differentiate their classes to meet each student’s needs. The overall goal is to encourage students to become lifelong learners who evaluate and guide their own learning beyond high school, whether they pursue post-secondary education or immediately enter the workforce.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Montgomery District Curriculum
Students are taught to utilize various techniques, sources, and technology to gather research and to support their arguments effectively. Students use critical and analytical thinking to find solutions to problems and apply their learning to real-world, life experiences. Students are taught to be effective communicators, since communication is the key to future success. Students are taught to speak and write effectively as well as demonstrating good listening skills. Students learn to be versatile when using resources and technology and to manage their time effectively.
The West Aurora High School fosters an environment of safety, rigor, and support in which students are challenged individually according to their own strengths but also supported through intervention techniques intended to give each student the opportunity to succeed regardless of learning style, or any other differences. To that end, programs that support and enhance the general curriculum are available, as well as the opportunity to focus in on areas such as the arts and technology through elective courses.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Montgomery Educational News
- School Athletics - West Aurora High School offers many athletics opportunities for the students to enjoy, from men’s and women’s sports to seasonal activities. There are team and individual sports and the coaching staff can help students find college programs in their sports.
- A+ Foundation - The A+ Foundation offers support for West Aurora High School charitable foundations. The fundraising efforts help to pay for technology enhancements in the classroom, extracurricular activities, and other learning initiatives.
- School Newspaper - To keep up with the latest happenings at West Aurora High School, check out the Blackhawk Beat, the school’s student newspaper. The paper is a great way to get a take on the issues and concerns important to the students and members of the school community.
Montgomery 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 Benefits of a Good Night’s Sleep
Oftentimes, the night before a final, students will stay up late cramming. In the morning, when the student takes the test, s/he is a zombie and barely functions in other classes. The reality is that the students probably didn’t do as well on the final, either. Research has shown that a good night’s sleep benefits a student more than cramming. Taking a test while fresh, rested, and after a good breakfast ensures success much more than taking the test in a zombie state. This same research also shows that students don’t retain information as well when struggling with a sleep deficit. Studying over a longer period of time in increments and getting a good night’s sleep ensures that the brain processes information better. The simple fact is that the student will forget most of the information s/he “crams” into his/her brain, usually before even taking the test.