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Sauk Village District and Curriculum
The districts aim to empower all its students to who take responsibility for their own learning and are engaged, active students. The school strives to provide a rigorous, structured curriculum and offers opportunities for all students to succeed. The curriculum is based on the Illinois Learning Standards which is a rigorous curriculum intended to provide a quality, equal education to students. The focus is on developing critical thinking skills, sharpening analytical writing and effective communication skills, developing science literacy and problem solving skills, and a solid foundation in mathematics.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Sauk Village District Curriculum
The Math curriculum calls upon high school students to work with real and complex number systems, algebra, geometry, functions and modeling, and statistics and probabilities. In geometry, students learn advanced properties about circles and triangles and are introduced to trigonometry. They also learn how to express geometric properties using algebraic equations, thereby seeing how different topics function together. The expectations for their understanding quantitative data include learning about how to interpret data, how to make inferences about quantitative data, and how to justify conclusions.
The English language arts curriculum focuses on reading comprehension and analysis of literary works and informational texts, and develops students language, writing, and communication skills in conjunction with the reading goals. Students learn how to recognize purpose and creative intent in texts and how to develop it in their own writing. They are instructed in a process approach to writing that requires them to take steps such as brainstorming and outlining, drafting, editing and revising, and presenting a final piece of work.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Sauk Village Educational News
- Bloom Township High School News & Events - The news and events page of the high school website provides useful updates about events, activities, learning initiatives, and opportunities in the community. Students can find information about college and career fairs, sports events and extracurricular activities, and upcoming performances.
- Bloom Township Art Gallery Events - The Bloom Township Art Gallery offers many artistic opportunities for local students and gives them a chance to work with a wide range of medium. There are regular exhibitions as well, so students get the chance to develop their exhibition skills. Information about classes and exhibits are available on their website.
- Bloom Township School District Interactive Report Card - Each year, the state of Illinois provides a report card for every school district that measures academic achievement, graduation and college attendance rates, advanced learning opportunities, spending per student, and many other measures. Parents are invited to review the report card and see how it compares with other schools in the state.
Sauk Village 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: Community Colleges and Public Universities
One benefit of community colleges is the rate of admissions after attending one for two years. It is difficult to gain admission into a four-year college right after high school. When transferring from a community college, students have a better chance of being accepted as long as the other requirements are met. Each of these items make community college a good choice for many after high school. An upside to public universities is that they are funded by the state. There are often certain mandates in place because of this, the most well-known being that public universities are required to accept a certain percentage of in-state applicants. Also, because they’re state-funded, public universities tend to have much lower tuitions than most private colleges and because they’re state-funded, many public universities fall under a lot of scrutiny. Programs that are publicly popular are often supported more than those that aren’t. For example, sciences are often funded well, and public universities often are eligible offer internships and opportunities with government agencies.