Number: 6:15 School Accountability The Board monitors student achievement and the quality of the District's work.
Number: 6:10 Educational Objectives through Equity Woodland aims to challenge each student to perform to their best personal ability through a well-rounded education. Equity and inclusion are high priorities in ensuring each child achieves to the the maximum of their ability.
Instruction - Educational Calendar and Organization
Number: 6:20 School Year Calendar and Day "
Summary: The school calendar shall have a minimum of 185 days to ensure 176 days of student attendance. The Woodland Community Consolidated School District 50 Board of Education shall establish the length of the school day."
Number: 6:30 Organization of Instruction Summary: The District has instructional levels for grades Early Childhood through 8th Grade. For instructional purposes, students may be placed in groups that do not follow grade level designations."
Instruction - Curriculum
Number: 6:40 Curriculum Development Summary: The Superintendent shall recommend a comprehensive curriculum that is aligned with the District's educational philosophy and goals, student needs, and State and Federal requirements.
Number: 6:50 School Wellness Summary: Good nutrition and physical activity shall be promoted in the District's educational programs, school activities, and meal programs. The community is invited to provide suggestions and comments concerning the development, implementation, and improvement of the school wellness policy.
Number: 6:55 Child Sexual Abuse Summary: To prevent and raise awareness about child sexual abuse, the District will: educate students through an age appropriate curriculum; train school personnel; provide educational information to parents/guardians; identify available counseling and resources for students; and provide emotional and educational support for students.
Number: 6:60 Curriculum Content Summary: Each grade level shall contain instruction on subjects required by State laws and regulations.
Number: 6:65 Student Social and Emotional Development Summary: Social and emotional learning shall be incorporated into the District's curriculum and other educational programs consistent with the District's mission and the goals and benchmarks of the Illinois Learning Standards.
Number: 6:70 Teaching About Religions Summary: The study of religions shall be treated as an academic subject and may be included in the curriculum as it relates to geography, history, culture, and development of ethnic groups.
Number: 6:80 Teaching About Controversial Issues Summary: Presentations and discussions of controversial or sensitive topics shall be age appropriate, consistent with the curriculum, informative, respectful of the rights and opinions of everyone, and not contain profanity or slander.
Number: 6:100 Using Animals in the Educational Program Summary: Animals may be brought into school buildings for educational purposes provided the animal is appropriately cared for. Dissection of dead animals shall be allowed when it is a pertinent part of the curriculum.
Number: 6:110 Students at Risk for Academic Failure Summary: The Superintendent shall develop, maintain, and supervise a program for students at risk of academic failure, which includes education and support services addressing individual learning styles, career development, and social needs.
Number: 6:112 Tutoring Summary: Teachers may serve as a private tutor for hire.
Number: 6:120 Education of Children with Disabilities Summary: A free and appropriate public education shall be provided to all children with disabilities enrolled in the District, as required by State and Federal laws and regulations.
Number: 6:130 Program for Advanced Learners The Superintendent shall design an education program for advanced students and shall annually report to the Woodland Community Consolidated School District 50 Board of Education on the status of the program.
Number: 6:135 Accelerated Placement Program Woodland School District is committed to education every child to the maximum of their capability. Student grade level acceleration for high ability students is part of Woodland's programming options. Woodland's process provides families with notification and input in the process.
Number: 6:140 Education of Homeless Children Summary: A child who is homeless may attend the District school that the child attended when permanently housed or in which the child was last enrolled. A child who is homeless living in any school attendance area may attend that area school.
Number: 6:145 Migrant Students Summary: The Superintendent shall develop a program to meet the needs of migrant children. Parents of migrant students shall be involved in the program.
Number: 6:150 Home and Hospital Instruction Summary: A student who is absent from school for an extended period of time because of a medical condition may be eligible for instruction provided in the student's home or hospital.
Number: 6:160 English Learners Summary: The Superintendent shall develop and maintain a program for English Learners that will comply with State and Federal laws and regulations, identify students with limited English proficiency, and assist English Learners to achieve English proficiency.
Number: 6:170 Title I Programs Summary: The District shall pursue Title I funding to supplement instructional services and activities to improve the educational opportunities of educationally disadvantaged students.
Number: 6:185 Remote Educational Program Summary: A remote educational program may be offered to students in grades six (6) through eight(8) enrolled in the District for the purpose of providing an option the District determines would bestmeet an individual student's academic achievement needs. Students enrolled in a remote educationalprogram remain students of the District. Approval by the Superintendent or designee is required foreach student considered for a remote educational program.
Number: 6:190 Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities Summary: The Superintendent must approve extracurricular or co-curricular activities to be considered District-sponsored. Participating students must satisfy all academic requirements and comply with the student conduct code and activity's rules.
Instruction - Instructional Resources
Number: 6:210 Instructional Materials Summary: District classrooms will be equipped with a wide assortment of instructional materials which should enhance quality learning experiences for students.
Number: 6:230 Library Media Program Summary: The library media program shall comply with State law and rules and District standards. It is important for students and staff to have access coextensive non-fiction and fiction resources encompassing print and digital formats as well as other media to expand student content knowledge and support student cognitive and cultural development.
Number: 6:235 Access to Electronic Networks Summary: The District's electronic network is a part of, and shall be consistent with, the curriculum. Use of the District's electronic network shall be in support of education or research or for legitimate school business purpose.
Number: 6:240 Field Trips and Recreational Class Trips Summary: Field trips must have the Principal or designee prior approval and are permissible when the experience is part of the school curriculum or contributes to the District's educational objectives.
Number: 6:250 Volunteers Summary: The Superintendent shall establish procedures for screening volunteers. Volunteers may be used for non-teaching duties under the supervision of a licensed teacher or district employee at all times.
Number: 6:280 Grading and Promotion Summary: Students are promoted based on successful completion of the curriculum, attendance, and performances on standardized assessments. Classroom teachers are responsible for evaluating students and determining grades.
Number: 6:290 Homework Summary: Homework is designed to further a student's educational development and is an application of a classroom experience.
Number: 6:340 Student Testing and Assessment Program Summary: The Superintendent shall oversee the student assessment program. Overall student assessment data will be reported on the District's annual report card.