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* 1. During the 2015-2016 school year, the District worked on responding to hot topics that you had shared with us. Some of the changes we have been able to make, based on your ideas, are:
  • a new Literacy Framework Guide that helps teachers as they teach reading and writing;
  • a clear month-by-month list of what should be taught in ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science;
  • iReady as a way to check how students in grades K-8 are growing ELA and Math.
Now, the District needs your support with checking out work so that we continue to focus on what's most important in helping our students succeed in school.
  • Please click "hot" or "not hot" from the following list of topics. This information will help us with making decisions for next year.

  What's Hot What's Not
What is taught at each grade level
How students learn to read in Kindergarten through 2nd grade
Advanced Placement and Honors Programs in high school
How report card grades are decided
Reading and writing in science and math
How reading and writing are taught during different parts of the day
iReady tests
Middle School/Accelerated classes in science and math (formerly Honors)
How we teach students that struggle and students who are advanced
Understanding the new science standards
Learning through projects
Understanding the new social studies standards
Using technology to help student learn

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* 2. Select your grade band.

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* 3. Select your role in the District.

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* 4. Please list any other topics you feel should be discussed.

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