The power of Colorado’s education improvement efforts lies in having a comprehensive system consisting of relevant and rigorous standards, aligned and meaningful assessments, excellent teachers and school leaders, and high-performing schools and districts. All aspects of the system are continuously improving to advance student learning and prepare students to succeed in an increasingly competitive workforce.
- Learning and Achievement: High Yield Instructional Practices, Standards driven curriculum alignment and revision, Data usage to inform instruction, Purposeful technology integration, and Multiple pathways to graduation
- Collaborative Engagement: Effective relationships, Continuous and Dynamic Communication, Partners in Learning, and Capacity building
- Long-Range Planning: meaningful professional learning, effective, efficient processes and systems, forward-thinking decision-making, and frequent and focused feedback
Proposed Curriculum Review Notice
Lewis-Palmer School District 38 follows Board Policy IJ for the selection of core instructional programs selected to be used for whole-class, as well as web-based programs, within the district’s schools.
Core instructional programs, including digital and print text, as well as web-based programs, shall be available for inspection by students’ parents/guardians for a two-week period in a public setting. The community may access, review, and comment on the core instructional programs and books that are being considered during this period.
Resources and materials for high school World History and Geography, 6-12th grade English Language Arts and 6-8th grade Math will be available for public review and comment. Materials will be available February 13, 14, 18-21, 24-27, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Administration Building, 146 Jefferson Street, Monument, CO 80132. If the district is closed for a weather day during the review period, then materials will be available for a make-up day on February 28, 2020.
If you have any questions or concerns concerning the community review of the proposed curriculum, please contact Learning Services at 719-488-4700.