Savoy, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Savoy District and Curriculum
Champaign Unit 4 School District follows the Illinois Learning Standards which provides for a comprehensive K-12 learning experience in all academic subjects. The Illinois Learning Standards also provides learning goals for social emotional development as well as college and career readiness standards that prepare students for post-secondary life. The subject area expectations provide teachers and students with an overview of what will be learned and why. The expectations allow teachers to determine the most effective way to instruct their students in each topic or skills, and they also provide for many opportunities to think critically about what is being learned.
We currently cover the following Savoy-area school district: Champaign Unit 4 School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Savoy District Curriculum
Students are given clear expectations for learning and achievement, not only of what they should learn by the end of each school year in each class, but of how they should behave and treat each other. Students are expected to respect themselves and each other and to be able to work collaboratively to achieve similar goals. Communication is highly valued, and students are taught to speak intelligently and thoughtfully, to write creatively and factually, and to listen actively and respectfully.
The district also offers many extracurricular opportunities for students to achieve success in various ways. Sports and arts offerings are encouraged, and students are also encouraged to become involved with community service and volunteering, not only for the school but for the community. Students who become engaged and interested in their community are more interested to be engaged, involved adults and citizens who take part in their community after graduation.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Savoy Educational News
- Elementary Age French-English Program - One of the district's elementary schools, Stratton Academy of the Arts, will begin to implement a French-English dual language immersion program for the students. Instruction in core learning will be conducted in both French and English and students will emerge as bilingual and bilterate.
- Edison Middle School Extracurricular Opportunities - Students at Edison Middle School have a number of academically competitive groups they can join such as Scholar Bowl, Science Olympiad, and the National Junior Honor Society. There are also groups such as the Audio/Visual Club and Chess Team that help students learn more about their interests.
- Centennial High School Programs and Activities - Centennial High School offers many active groups that help students connect to areas of personal interest. There are academic groups such as CU Scholars, Math Honor Society and Math Team, Scholastic Bowl, and Speech and Debate. There are also arts and cultural groups, and a number of groups that are active in community outreach.
Savoy 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: Restrictions in College Applications
Most college applications have strict deadlines, which can be off-putting to some applicants. On the flipside, some applicants are able to finish their applications early and yet balk at having to wait months for a response. For these students, some of the Early Action or Early Decision options may be most suitable. Some applications, also, have restrictions that many students dislike, such as not allowing students to apply to other colleges simultaneously, or making students agree to attend that college if accepted. There are advantages that students trade for these restrictions, though. Colleges tend to favor students who agree to these restrictions, which can lead to higher acceptance rates for students.