We are so pleased to announce the addition of the Curriculum Corner. You will find endless resources for parents, teachers, and administrators at your finger tips! We welcome any feedback to improve the quality of this page. Please feel free to email Mrs. Amanda Ford with any suggestions.
- ACT Testing Tips
- Helping Your Teen Succeed in High School
- Helping Your Child with Today's Math
- Parent's Kindergarten- 3rd Grade Read at Home Plan Guide
- Raising a Scientifically Literate Child
- Parent's Guide to Student Success
- Preparing Your Child For School
- Preparing a School-Ready Child
- Raising Ready Readers
- Testing At Your Child's School
- Tips for Supporting Reading Skills at Home
- Parents' Read at Home Guide (Spanish Version)
- Parents Guide to New Assessments in MS
- Parent's Guide to 3rd Grade Reading Assessment 2018
- Parents' Read at Home Gruide for K-3rd Grade
- ACT Testing Tips
- Auditory Learners Informational Guide
- Civil Rights Done Right
- Cursive Writing Recommendations 2017
- FREE Technology Tools for Various Grades
- Individual Reading Plan Template
- kindergarten integrated centers for literacy with standards
- MDE Frameworks Listing
- MDE Frameworks Listing 2
- Multicultural Education
- Online Writing Guidance 11.17
- Science Frameworks 2018
- Study Tips for various learning styles
- Teach Like A Pirate
- Vocabulary and Comprehension
The purpose of a pacing guide, also called a curriculum map, is to provide a general guide for teachers in the implementation and delivery of the curriculum. It helps to ensure full and equitable implementation of the curriculum across the district.
The draft District Language Arts Pacing Guides are now available for review and comment. Other subjects and grades will be added as they are completed. The pacing guides are divided into four quarters, one for each nine weeks. Objectives within that nine weeks should all be covered but may be taught in any order that the teacher sees fit. They do not have to be taught in the order shown.
A pacing guide is NOT meant to take the place of lesson planning. Teachers must still develop lesson plans to meet the needs of their students, using the pacing guide as a resource.
Teachers and administrators may comment on the pacing guides, including any changes or adjustments they feel may be needed, by calling the superintendent's office @ 662-224-6252.