The Board of Education and personnel of Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100 in partnership with our students, parents and community, will provide students the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential through an educational climate that fosters accountability, fiscal responsibility and excellence, while enhancing personal character.
Jersey CUSD No. 100 provides a comprehensive curriculum aligned to the New Illinois Learning Standards. The following information includes links to current curricular resources. A guide outlining curricular content and skill development for all students Pre-K - 12th grade will be published here.
The Integration of Technology into Instruction
Over the summer in 2012, the Jersey 100 family worked diligently to prepare for the conversion from traditional learning to innovative-global exploration. We are preparing OUR students for the 21st century in ways that will engage them in our community and world by giving them the opportunity to examine ideas more critically, speak with confidence and poise, and model best practices of learning by delving into content for deeper understanding. This is occurring at every level – Pre-K through the twelfth grade. Check out why GOING DIGITAL was the right move for Jersey CUSD No. 100!
Curriculum & Instruction Strategic Planning Goals
- Jersey CUSD No. 100 faculty, staff, students and community will promote academic achievement using 21st century engaging curricula – aligned to the new Illinois Learning Standards that build critical thinking skills.
- Jersey CUSD No. 100 faculty, staff, students and community will create an environment that engages and challenges students so that they can succeed academically.
Center On Instruction Standards Resource K-5
Elementary English/Language Arts Curriculum
Curriculum Design Resource (K-2 Equip Rubric)
Elementary Mathematics Curriculum
Middle Grades Curriculum
High School Curriculum
|English I||English II||English III||English IV|
Physical Education/Health Curriculum
Jersey CUSD No. 100 is designing and delivering curriculum that aligns with the New Illinois Learning Standards. Justification for the standards is provided:
Standards Based Grading
Changing the standards of accountability, Jerseyville Unit School District No. 100 wants to ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve academic success. The standards-based reporting system adopted by the district is aligned to the New Illinois Learning Standards and will provide parents with academic information that surpasses that of the traditional report card. The Standards-Based Report Card will provide specific academic information that outlines student competencies.
|Kindergarten||First Grade||Second Grade||Third Grade||Fourth Grade||Fifth Grade|
|Standards Based Assessment|
|Seven Reasons for Standards Based Grading|