Rolling Meadows, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Rolling Meadows District and Curriculum
The schools mission is to ensure that all students will succeed in a rigorous, functional, academic curriculum. The school strives to provide each student with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to meet the demands of the diverse needs of the community in either post-secondary education, employment, or military. The school also strives to provide all students with the opportunity to learn the skills, acquire the knowledge, and develop the necessary behaviors for them to reach their full potential as citizens who can meet the challenges of a changing society.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rolling Meadows District Curriculum
The schools embrace continuous improvement and includes students who demonstrate analytic capabilities as well as communication skills including reading, writing, speaking, listening, and numeracy. Students are encouraged towards creative expression and educated responses to the creative works of others. Students are expected to communicate respectfully, display ethical judgment and decision-making.
Students are taught to develop their own career and life planning skills as well as an understanding of ways to participate in an interdependent world through showing concern, understanding, and respect in social interactions. Students learn problem solving skills as well as technological literacy and an ability to develop and maintain wellness. All of these skills are intended to produce students who are ready for the challenges and opportunities available in an increasingly technological and global world.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rolling Meadows Educational News
- Community Ed Foundation's Online Auction - Rolling Meadows High School Community Ed Foundation's 2013 Online Auction Offers Holiday Deals. Proceeds support educational programs like ESL for adults and raises the funds needed to help support classroom learning initiatives within the district.
- Food Drive - The Rolling Meadows High School student council’s food drive had a record setting year. This is a great way for students to learn about what they can do to make an impact in the community and helps them develop the project planning skills needed to oversee such an endeavor.
- Equipment Donation - Elk Grove High School recently received $20,000 worth of manufacturing equipment from a local business to be used by students in the career education programs. This is the type of community-school partnership that the district seeks to foster as it enhances the skill sets students will develop and increase professional opportunities for students.
Rolling Meadows 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 Common Application
The Common Application (common app.) is a very useful tool for some students. Basically, it’s an online application that can be sent to multiple schools. Almost every aspect of the application process can be handled through the common app., from the application itself to application fees and portfolios. The only thing left for many students is sending their standardized test scores and having their high school send transcripts and recommendations (students can even select recommenders through the common app.). Because of this ease, colleges have seen dramatic increases in the number of applications they receive. But this isn’t always a good thing. Because the common app. is so easy, some students will add colleges they don’t actually know much about. Some colleges accept either an application through their website or the common app., and the reality is that the common app. is quite long. And, of course, not every college accepts the common app., so some students find themselves filling out this application for only one school.