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Dallas City Elementary School teaches students curriculum in alignment with State statutes and regulations.  The Illinois Learning Standards are standards set forth for all public schools in Illinois.  Students are taught core subjects including English Language Arts, Reading, Math, Science Social Studies, Health, Physical Education, Art and Music. Other topics students will be instructed on include:

  • drug and substance abuse prevention
  • prevention-oriented child sexual abuse program which teaches age-appropriate, techniques to recognize child sexual abuse and tell a trusted adult
  • In grades 7 and 8, as well as in interscholastic athletic programs, steroid abuse prevention will be taught
  • violence prevention and conflict resolution
  • age-appropriate Internet safety
  • character education including respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, trustworthiness, and citizenship in order to raise students’ honesty, kindness, justice, discipline, respect for others, and moral courage
  • prevention of and response to bullying, intimidation, and harassment
  • citizenship values, including: (a) patriotism, (b) democratic principles of freedom, justice, and equality, (c) proper use and display of the American flag, (d) the Pledge of Allegiance, and (e) the voting process
  • career/vocational education
  • conservation of natural resources including: (a) home ecology, (b) endangered species, (c) threats to the environment, and (d) the importance of the environment to life as we know it
  • United States government and history including, but not limited to, the Holocaust and crimes of genocide, the history, struggles, and contributions of women and Black History

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