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Curriculum Department

Curriculum Directory

Chism, LaSandra Assistant Director of Curriculum
Gloeckner, Debbie Registrar, K-8
Koziacki, Mary Ann Secretary to Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Marshall, Linda Math Coach
Mitchell, Tanya Director of Title I & Certified Personnel
Ra-El, Gegi Mara Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Spisak, Kellee Curriculum Secretary
Spisak, Stephanie Registrar, High School 9-12

Assessment


 

Supplemental Education Service Notification

For the 2013-2014 school year, 3,012 students were eligible to receive Supplemental Education Services at Cahokia High School, Oliver Parks, Penniman, Huffman, Maplewood, Lalumier, E. Morris, and Cahokia School of Choice.  503 applications were received.  Funding is provided to serve 250 students.  Students are prioritized based upon their school’s academic status.  For 2013-2014, students are being served at Cahokia High School, Oliver Parks, Penniman, Huffman, and Maplewood.  Services are being facilitated by the following ISBE approved providers: #1 Academic Tutoring, 1:1 Online Tutoring, 24/7 Online Education, 24-Hours Tutoring, 5-Stars Tutoring, Above & Beyond, Achieve highpoints, Achievement Academy, African American Images, Applied Scholastics, ATS Project Success, Babbage Net School, BrightStar Online, Chi Tutorz, Club Z! Inc., GradeCracker, Growing Scholars, Innovadia, iPad Tutoring, Laureate Learning, Sylvan, Tutor Owl, Tutoria con iPads.  Remaining applications are prioritized based upon academic need if and when openings become available.

For the 2012-2013 school year, 3,302 students were eligible to receive Supplemental Education Services at Cahokia High School, Estelle Sauget Freshman Academy, Huffman, Maplewood, Penniman, E. Morris, Oliver Parks, Lalumier, 7th grade Academy, and 8thGrade Academy. 317 applications were received. Funding is provided to serve 200 students. Remaining applications are prioritized based upon academic need if and when openings become available.

For 2011-2012, 1,175 students were eligible to receive Supplemental Education Services at Centerville, Freshman Academy, Cahokia High School East, and Cahokia High School Main.  195 students enrolled in Supplemental Education Services. 

For 2011-2012, 2,963 students were eligible for Public School Choice.  19 Public School Choice requests were honored.