• Advanced Learning Opportunities in K-5

    School District 622 offers opportunities for all students to engage in advanced learning at levels that meet their needs. 


    All students
    have access to rigorous challenge within the core curriculum:

    • Our reading and writing curriculum, the Units of Study from Teacher's College, allows students to progress through reading levels at their own pace while learning comprehension strategies that they can apply in their own texts.
    • Our mathematics curriculum, Math Expressions, embeds differentiation within each unit.
    • Students get access to enrichment activities during the school day as a part of each school's What I Need (WIN) time. Contact your building's high potential teacher for more on these activities.


    Many students
    take advantage of enrichment opportunities outside the classroom that are open to all students:


    Some students
    are identified as having needs that cannot be met in the core curriculum and participate in special programs:


    A few students need to advance a grade in order to access the appropriate rigor:

    • Accelerating a student a grade level or in a single subject is the most extreme intervention you can do for a student; it is the right fit for a small number of students.
    • If you think your student is a candidate for acceleration, contact your classroom teacher or your building's high potential teacher to learn about the acceleration process.