Tate Woods School educates students from the Pre-Kindergarten through second grade levels. Nearly 300 students…More participate in art, music, physical education, reading and language classes here.
Developmental programs include PRIDE (for at-risk pre-schoolers), and an early childhood classroom program for children ages three to five with special needs and speech classes. The school is also equipped with a reading coach. Parents can keep up with classroom activities on the school's Web site on its teachers' pages. The Virtual Backpack feature of the site includes monthly newsletters, reading lists and parent-related news bits.
College Road KinderCare provides daycare services for infants 6 weeks of age to kindergarten-aged children and has…More summer camp programs for older children. The curriculum includes math, phonics, reading, music, fitness and alternative languages such as spanish.
KinderCare is open five days a week. It serves breakfast and warm lunches. It also provides pick-up and drop-off transportation for school-aged children.
Schiescher serves 398 students in kindergarten and grades 3 through 5. (The kindergarten program is divided into six…More sections: three for morning students and three for afternoon students.) In addition to core classes, the school offers art classes, band, chorus, Title I and gifted programs.
The district earned the third-highest reading and fourth-highest math test scores in DuPage County for the 2008-2009 school year, according to the Daily Herald. Scheisher introduced the School Improvement Plan in the 2009-2010 academic year, which outlines goals for reading, mathematics, social emotional learning and communication. For example, Schiesher practices word study as opposed to memorization methods for spelling words.
The website includes a staff directory, academic information, and calendars and pages for individual teachers.