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Romeoville District and Curriculum
The curriculum supports the idea that every student has the capacity to learn and to achieve his/her full potential; therefore, students are challenged individually using rigorous, research-based curricula and differentiated instruction based on students’ learning styles and needs. Academic rigor is stressed through demanding content that pushes students to higher levels of thinking and application to prepare them for post-secondary life.
We currently cover the following Romeoville-area school district: Valley View Community Unit School District 365U.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Romeoville District Curriculum
The curriculum acknowledges that students have unique capabilities and learning styles, though all students are expected to perform at a proficient level which is ensured through clear academic requirements in alignment with Common Core State Standards. The focus of these standards is on maintaining strong K-12 literacy and mathematics programs with a common language of universal instructional expectations that are aligned with research-based best practices in instruction.
The curriculum supports a balanced and holistic assessment system that ensures targeted instruction and intervention to deliver accurate information throughout the learning process to ensure proficiency is met and students achieve their full potential, by examining each student’s level of mastery within each subject. Assessments are also given through the research projects and portfolios that students compile.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Romeoville Educational News
- Spotlight on Media Center - Romeoville High School’s Media Center has many opportunities for students, ranging from educational support to books. One of the popular programs has been the celebration of Banned Books Week.
- Guidance and Counseling Services - The Romeoville High School guidance department offers many opportunities for students ranging from providing college planning resources, scholarship information, enrichment opportunities, and help arrange for SAT and ACT testing.
- Acoustical Cloud System - The district has ramped up their fundraising efforts for a major addition to the music education offering. The district is seeking funds for an Acoustical Cloud System which will bring the music program into the 21st century and offer students a significant chance to learn about electronic music.
Romeoville 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: How To Write a College Essay
When students sit down to write a college application essay, they often aren’t entirely sure of what it is they’re trying to accomplish. The purpose of the essay is twofold. One purpose is to demonstrate the student’s writing ability, creativity, and the like. For this reason, the essay should be polished and proofed. The second purpose is to help humanize the applicant for the college admissions panel. The essay is an opportunity for the student to demonstrate his/her personality, concerns or interests, and maybe some pertinent information about the student. Humor can be a great tool to help show the applicant’s personality. Also, having something at stake in the essay can help. Consider what this essay actually tells the readers about the applicant. What qualities are demonstrated? Does the essay give a genuine portrait of the concerns and personality of the applicant? If the answer to any of these questions is no, you might want to consider revising the essay.