The Curriculum Department serves the children of Streetsboro City Schools in a variety of ways; specifically by supporting our educators to plan and implement highly engaging and relevant lessons. Our department oversees the following programs:
- Gifted Education – Unique educational experiences for our advanced learners include experiences with gifted intervention specialists, whole grade acceleration, early entrance to kindergarten, subject acceleration, advanced placement courses and opportunities for college credit while attending high school.
- Title I Tutoring – Funded using federal entitlement grants, our tutoring programs are designed to raise the bar for our students who may have some experiential gaps in reading and math.
- Online Learning – We strive to provide personalized learning experiences at the highest level. Our digital academy utilizes the Online Learning Program provided through the Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio in Independence.
- Testing Coordination – Our assessment program is aligned to state report card requirements and other federal reporting guidelines.
- Curriculum Study – Textbooks, technology resources and other learning materials are aligned to the Ohio Core Learning standards. Curriculum decisions are made based on locally collected student improvement data, teacher and community input.
- Professional Development & Strategic Planning – We commit to being “life-long learners” and model this for our community. Learning opportunities for staff are imperative as student growth and achievement are top priorities.
In order to provide a quality educational experience for our children, we are committed to fostering a strong partnership among staff, students, parents and the greater community. Look for opportunities to serve on various oversight committees from our curriculum department.
Contact us directly at (330) 626-4900
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Matthew Ile joined Streetsboro City Schools as Director of Curriculum & Instruction in July 2019. His prior experience included classroom teaching at the elementary and middle school levels. He also served his prior district as K-12 Instructional Supervisor before becoming an elementary principal. Matt earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from The University of Akron and his Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Ashland University.
He completed additional administrative course work at Ashland University and was awarded his Ohio Administrative License in 2003. Matt is entering his third decade serving staff and students. In addition to his work as curriculum director, Matt also enjoys spending time with his family and friends, training for marathons, boating, woodworking and working in his yard.