- We believe the quality of instruction is contingent on employing highly qualified staff, providing ongoing staff development and providing the resources needed to successfully educate all children within the district.
- We believe that all students can learn and achieve with or without learning deficits/disabilities if provided a quality instructional program with academic support when needed.
- We believe it is our responsibility to provide an orderly, safe and secure learning environment where the teaching and learning process can occur without distractions or ongoing interruptions.
- We believe our students are capable of learning how to make good decisions regarding their schooling, health, social interactions, human relations and resolving conflict.
- We believe that ongoing staff development will provide staff the skills to deliver quality instruction and help our students to become life-long, successful learners.
- We believe in promoting continued collaboration between home, school and community to meet the needs of our students.
- To increase the percentage of students who meet and exceed the learning standards on local and state assessments.
- To expand opportunities for staff development, parental involvement and community engagement that will create a culture of continuous learning for individuals who instill and foster academic achievement and social responsibility in our students.
- To develop strategies that will help to maintain financial solvency as we meet financial obligations of the district and ensures the availability of resources needed to meet educational goals and the upkeep and improvement of our facilities.
- To integrate the use of technology to enhance the quality of learning for students and staff
this week at Nature's Institute Classroom in Mukwonago, WI.
Located in southeastern Wisconsin, Nature's Classroom Montessori is set on
380 acres of pristine woodlands, wetlands, and prairies.
The built environment is designed to bring this natural environment inside.
The goals of Nature's Classroom Montessori are to foster independence and to support children in moving toward a mastery of self and the environment. Our classrooms are prepared Montessori environments designed to encourage children in their self-directed discovery of the world. Interest-based activities encourage children to develop a love of learning and trust in their own ability to learn.
Participants must be 8 years of age by 9/1/2006 to participate. Participants must bring a copy of their last report card and proof of residence to register for camps.
Due to increased enthusiasm for the camps, there will be limited space available. The maximum number of campers will be a total of 200 students. The first 25 males and females from each age group will be allowed to register for camp.
Click HERE for more information on their Summer Athletic Camps . . .
NOW ENROLLING students for BOOST 2014 . . .
This is for all 8th Grade students entering the 9th grade this Fall . . .
Registration is taking place NOW at all District 205 High Schools
from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. DAILY until May 28th, 2014
in the Bursar's Office.
Click HERE for more information . . .
Thornton Township School District 205 is once again offering
their United Nations Leadership Academy . . .
The success of the UN Academy has only increased enthusiasm and interest
for this summer's academy.
With that in mind and as admissions criteria has changed ~ space is limited.
Please reserve your child's space today.
For more information . . . click the link below