The G.O.A.L. Program

EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE, CARING COMMUNITY

h d c
s

Announcement

  • The program would like to welcome Richard Watts as our official Special Education Coordinator. 

    Comments (-1)
  • All G.O.A.L parents/guardians,

    Please call Pat Tragno 630-636-3080 if your student will be tardy and/or absent.

    Comments (-1)

SCHOOL NEWS

  • In The Spotlight

    Ms. Gerardot and Ms. O'Brien are in The G.O.A.L. Program's staff spotlight. Ms. Gerardot is the district's Alternative Education Coordinator and The G.O.A.L. Programs onsite administrator. Ms. Gerardot believes every student has the potential to be successful; working closely with teachers, students, parents, and a the student's home school to meet the needs of The G.O.A.L. students. She enjoys spending time with her children, and is an Oswego High School alumni.
    Ms. O'Brien is one of the districts great guidance counselors. She shares her time with Oswego East and The G.O.A.L. Program. Ms. O'Brien is always available to the students of the program, and will work closely with them in pursuing any post-secondary goals students would like support with. She has been with the program for the past two years, and will be missed as this is her last year with the program. Ms. O'Brien has three children and enjoys spending lots of time traveling with them. Thanks, Ms. Gerardot and Ms. O'Brien for everything you do for The G.O.A.L. Program.

    Comments (-1)
  • One Word That Will Change Your Life

    The G.O.A.L. Program will follow the footsteps of authors Dan Britton, Jimmy Page and Jon Gordon of the best selling book, "One Word." The G.O.A.L. staff will help students find simplicity and success in their school world by developing a discipline for school life.
    One Word explains how to simplify your life by focusing on just ONE WORD for the entire year. The simplicity of choosing one word makes it a catalyst for life-change. Clutter and complexity lead to procrastination and paralysis, while simplicity and focus lead to success and clarity. Finding and living by your one word will impact the six dimensions of your life—mental, physical, emotional, relational, spiritual, and financial. Calling all parents, students and staff to choose your "ONE WORD."

    Comments (-1)
  • FRIDAY LUNCH OUT

    G.O.A.L. Friday Lunch Out~
    Every Friday, students have the opportunity to order lunch out. Every student becomes eligible by attending school everyday, and arriving on time. Students must also meet their academic goals, and avoid being referred to administration for any behavioral concerns.
    March 10- McDonalds
    March 17- Jimmy Johns
    April 7- Portillos
    April 21- Chinese
    April 28- Subway
    May 5- Taco Bell
    May 12- G.O.A.L.'s Annual End of the Year Lunch

    Comments (-1)

SCHOOL NEWSLETTERS

  • ALEKS

    By

    School District 308 uses ALEKS as their mathematics intervention program.  ALEKS is the acronym for Assessment and LEarning in Knowledge Spaces is a Web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system. ALEKS uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly what a student knows and doesn't know in Mathematics. ALEKS then instructs the student on the topics they are most ready to learn. As a student works through a course, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student to ensure that topics learned are also retained. ALEKS courses are very complete in their topic coverage and ALEKS avoids multiple-choice questions. A student who shows a high level of mastery of an ALEKS course will be successful in the actual course she is taking.

    ALEKS also provides the advantages of one-on-one instruction, 24/7, from virtually any Web-based computer for a fraction of the cost of a human tutor.

    Currently, Geometry Essentials students at The G.O.A.L. Program use ALEKS once weekly as an in-class intervention.  Students are encouraged to log in weekly from home and work on their individualized learning targets. 

    (Last Modified about a minute ago)
    Comments (-1)
  • Achieve 3000

    By

    School District 308 uses a reading intervention program called Achieve 3000.  The goal of this intervention is to help students improve their literacy skills. Achieve3000, of Lakewood, N.J., delivers differentiated literacy solutions proven to increase reading comprehension and fluency, vocabulary and writing proficiency for students in grades 2 through 12. Through its proprietary software engine, the company uses the Internet to provide each student with an appropriate version of the same content based on his or her reading level. The company's products include KidBiz3000 (a reading and writing program for grades 2 through 5), TeenBiz3000 (a reading and writing program for grades 6 through 12) and Spark3000 (a reading and writing program for adult learners). For more information, visit http://www.achieve3000.com or phone 800-838-8771.

    Currently, English 3 students at The G.O.A.L. Program work on TeenBiz 3000 once a week, as an in-class intervention.  Students are encouraged to log in from home and complete one to two reading assignments weekly.

    (Last Modified about a minute ago)
    Comments (-1)
  • Breakfast at GOAL

    By

    Students have the opportunity to order breakfast every morning at GOAL.  Students can choose from a wide variety of healthy options.  Parents just remember to put money on your student's account and/or give them a check/cash for breakfast.

    (Last Modified about a minute ago)
    Comments (-1)
  • Direct Instruction Classes 2016/2017

    By

    The following teachers are highly qualified and certified to teach in the academic areas below.  The G.O.A.L. Program offers these courses on an as needed basis dependent on the number of students enrolled in the program and credit requirements needed.  

     

    Kim Hubble - Mathematics

    Nicholas Cherwin - English

    Michael Kelley - Social Sciences

    James Smith - Kinetic Wellness & Drivers Education

    (Last Modified about a minute ago)
    Comments (-1)

DIGITAL FLYERS

Accessibility

SD 308 is committed to providing a website that is accessible to individuals with disabilities in compliance with the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Contact Information

SD 308 continues to improve the accessibility of this site as new technology and opportunities emerge. We welcome your questions and suggestions to guide our efforts. If you experience any difficulty in accessing a SD 308 website due to a disability, please contact our webmaster Brian Chapa at bchapa@SD308.org or 630-636- 4375. Please provide the URL of the material you tried to access, the problem you experienced, and your contact information.

Grievances can be filed with SD 308 using the Uniform Grievance Procedure established by Board Policy 2:260. For more information contact complaint managers:

Important Information

Mission Statement: In partnership with our families and communities, Community Unit School District 308 will educate all students to reach their highest potential Questions or Feedback?
CLOSE