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Winfield, Illinois Tutoring Programs
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Winfield District and Curriculum
The West Chicago Elementary School District 33 and Community Unit School District 200 both follow Illinois Learning Standards as their curriculum. The schools that serve Winfield strive to promote and provide growth experiences in learning, leadership, and living in their students. They promote diversity and flexibility. Students are encouraged to make decisions about their own learning. Expectations for learning and behavior are clearly communicated. The schools also strive to tailor programs to fit the interests, abilities, and needs of students by providing programs that are truly unique, of exceptional quality.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Winfield District Curriculum
The schools hold students accountable for work, expectations, respect, and actions and encourage increasing independence as students progress through their education. The schools strive to give students choices from creative, innovative, and progressive learning opportunities and encourage and model life-long learning. They also give students choices about learning opportunities in the academics, the arts, social skills, character development and extracurricular activities.
The schools value learning and encourage students to accept and value responsibility for their own work, to seek to avail themselves of as many quality learning experiences as possible, to take full responsibility for their conduct, and to conduct themselves in a manner that protects the safety as well as the physical, emotional, and social well-being of all. Students are encouraged to practice good citizenship and respect diversity so that they can function successfully and constructively in a global society.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Winfield Educational News
- Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) - Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is a partnership between the district and community members that allows the community to provide input and help guide the strategic planning of the district. Meetings are held regularly and community members are encouraged to participate.
- Before and After School Programs - As a service to families and students, the district now offers programs both before and after school. These are both social and academic programs that allow younger students to be in school but engaged in beyond the classroom activities.
- Illinois Youth Survey - The Illinois Youth Survey is something that all 8th, 10th, and 12th graders participate in that helps the state plan for intervention and behavioral programs and understand what trends are occurring and where students are engaging with their school and community. The survey provides critical feedback to state policymakers.
Winfield 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 Decision
Early Decision applications are a type of college application. Whereas most applications are due December 1 or later, Early Decision applications are typically due November 1. This means the entire thing is due at that point, including standardized test scores, which tends to be the biggest challenge for students. They are binding applications, which means that students sign a contract stating that they will attend this college if accepted. They are free to apply Early Action or Regular Decision elsewhere, but if accepted, they are going to this college. Many Early Decision applicants will only apply to one college and wait until they’ve received an answer, usually before the end of the calendar year, to decide to apply elsewhere. This can be stressful, of course, but it’s doable.