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Laredo-Taft Field Trip

On Wednesday, October 26, 130 5th grade students attended an outdoor educational program at Laredo-Taft in Oregon, IL. Laredo- Taft’s classes focus on developing an appreciation, understanding, and awareness of the natural community by studying and interacting with the natural world . Students participated in outdoor science and ecology classes on forest ecology... read more

Negotiations Impasse Public Posting

The Board of Education and the East Moline Education Association have reached impasse in an attempt to bargain a new contract. Under Illinois law, the school district is required to post the most recent offers from both parties on our website. The school district has also posted a FAQ and links to other informative documents.

Bowlesburg Elementary Has a New Track!

Bowlesburg Elementary has a new and exciting addition for the 2016-2017 school year. Throughout the summer we had excavators, dump trucks, rollers and numerous other equipment take over the field at Bowlesburg Elementary. The invasion of trucks worked together to create a walking track for Bowlesburg students, staff, and our community.

Meet the Principal of Glenview Middle School

Before he came to East Moline, Mr. Hawley was the 9th grade Academy Coordinator at Rock Island High School and also taught Spanish. Mr. Hawley’s brother is also a middle school principal in the Quad Cities. His brother has often remarked just how fulfilling it is to work with students at that age and Mike always wanted to work in the middle school setting. The Glenview principalship felt like the perfect combination...

Quad Cities Hand-in-Hand

Hand-in-Hand is a Quad Cities non-profit organization that creates fun, inclusive learning experiences for children and young adults. We provide respite care and integrated child care, as well as numerous year round programs which are adapted so kids and young adults of all abilities can participate and have fun.

What is Monitoring for Learning

Monitoring can happen in other areas: compliance and engagement. Compliance means that students are doing what we asked of them. A student may follow all of a teacher’s directions and may look like they’re learning, but there is no proof. It’s hard to see into the head of a child. Monitoring can also happen in the area of engagement.


 

 

 
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