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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Naperville District Curriculum
Writing is a central part of the Language Arts curriculum. At the middle school level, students should be able to write informative documents by analyzing written material using correct grammatical skills and provide supporting documentation. In reading, middle school students should demonstrate an understanding of textual material, identify key ideas and understand word choice. High school students must demonstrate an ability to write positional documents on chosen topics using research skills, and supplying ample and relevant evidence for any argument.
Naperville has several curriculum programs for gifted and talented students. They include programs like Project IDEA, Honors Mathematics, and an Elementary Enrichment program. The teachers and administrators provide support for parents who have gifted and talented students.
SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Naperville students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.
Naperville District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
In Naperville Community Unit School District 203, the teachers and administrators work hard to help students become independent thinkers who contribute to society by being accountable for their actions, well organized, and healthy. Students who graduate from Naperville Schools will have the skills to work in a team to produce quality work through critical thinking and 21st Century technology skills. The Naperville Community Unit School District 203 uses a curriculum program for early literary for kindergartners through second graders. Project LEAP is for early elementary students who do not qualify for special education services, but have difficulty reading.
We currently cover the following Naperville-area school district: Naperville Community Unit School District 203.
Keeping Informed: Recent Naperville Educational News
- Yuks for Youth - The Annual Yuks for Youth raises money for the Naperville Education Foundation. The Second City Comedy troupe is performing to help the Foundation raise money for programs like Math Camp and the school Breakfast Program. Second City involves high school students in their night of improvisational comedy, lending a hand to the school community.
- A Day Made Better - Five teachers in Naperville schools received $1000 of school supplies from OfficeMax in the "A Day Made Better" program. The teachers were surprised with the gifts from the AdoptAClassrom.org.
- Golden Apple Awards - Two teachers from Naperville Schools were awarded a Golden Apple Award out of the ten awarded in the state of Illinois. From the over 500 early elementary teachers, these two were chosen and they receive six months off to study tuition-free at Northwestern University and they receive $3,000. They are also added to the Fellowship program where they mentor new teachers in the Illinois Public Schools.
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Chalk Talk: How to Use 21st Century Technology
You may have heard of 21st Century Technology, but not be entirely sure what that entails. In the educational world, 21st Century Technology skills are vital to the success of the students who will soon be entering the work world. The newest Internet tools are often referred to as Web 2.0. These Internet sites are more than just informational sites; they are sites that allow the users to become involved. They allow students and teachers to make their own websites, follow each other in a safe social networking arena, and they also allow students to make interesting infographics. Many Web 2.0 tools are free to users or they charge a very small fee. Web 2.0 sites are always changing and it can be fun for students and teachers to find new ones and play around with them.