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Robinson District and Curriculum

The Illinois Standards is used as the curriculum for all schools in Serena Community Unit School District. The district strives to maintain a safe, productive academic atmosphere in which all students are given opportunities to succeed, regardless of learning style. Supports and enhancement services are available for all students. Students are held to a high standard and expected to “step up” and become engaged in their own learning while being supported well enough to ensure that they can and will succeed. In this way, they are more likely to achieve success later in life as engaged, active citizens.

We currently cover the following Robinson-area school district: Serena Community Unit School District 2.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Robinson District Curriculum

The school’s curriculum follows the Illinois Learning Standards in order to provide a rigorous, quality education to students in order to ensure that they become competitive citizens after graduation. The ILS incorporates Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts/Literacy within its broader framework. The Common Core Standards organize learning in each subject around the major topics – such as algebra, geometry, or data analysis in Math – and require that students build their knowledge each year.

Students are given clear expectations of what they’re supposed to learn by the end of each school year. Teachers are given the freedom to tailor their lessons to fit the needs of individual students in order to ensure success, whether that be to provide challenging work to high-performing students or remedial work to struggling students in order to catch them up to grade level. Students are taught the skills and given the knowledge necessary to ensure that they are competitive graduates ready to take on the challenges of our increasingly global economy.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Robinson Educational News

  • Illinois Interactive Report Card - The Illinois Interactive Report Card is a service to students and families so that they can be informed about how the schools are doing in achieving their goals. The Report Cards contain information about student test scores, graduation and college acceptance rates, opportunities for advanced learning, student to teacher ratio, and many other measures.
  • Serena High School Guidance Department - Serena High School’s Guidance Department is a resource to all students as they plan their post-secondary goals. The counselors have resources to help students understand the types of careers available and the education needed for them, and also many resources to assist students with all phases of college planning.
  • Serena High School Sports Boosters - The athletic teams at Serena High School greatly appreciate the work done throughout the year by the Serena High School Sports Boosters. Their events help raise money for travel expenses, team equipment and uniforms, and other necessities to make the athletic program great!

Robinson 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 an early, nonbinding college application type. Deadlines are usually in mid-November, though they can be due earlier. Because they are due early, applicants compete against fewer other applicants, since fewer students have applied. Early Action applications are usually lumped in with Early Decision applications, and because of this have higher acceptance rates, though not as high as Early Decision. Colleges favor Early Action because students have demonstrated interest in the college by applying early. Because they’re nonbinding and unrestricted, Early Action applications are often a good choice for applicants, since they have several benefits with few downsides. Early Action applicants are free to apply to other colleges and aren’t bound to enroll if accepted.