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The district's theory of action is:

IF there are highly effective, knowledgeable, and diverse principals and teachers in every school who can create a learning environment of respect and mutual accountability, use data to differentiate instruction and convince each student to achieve,

THEN all students will graduate College and Career Ready in a Culture of Equity and Proficiency.


The four essential pieces are:

  1. Coach, develop and evaluate educators based on a clear vision of strong instruction
  2. Implement a consistent, rigorous curriculum built on common standards with common unit assessments
  3. Deploy data that is timely, accurate and accessible to make decisions for students, schools and the district
  4. Strengthen social, emotional and academic safety nets and supports for all students and families.

These are the primary goals of the Office of Instruction. To accomplish this the department has developed and continues to implement:

  • a Literacy Plan that includes reading, writing, speaking and listening and thinking across all content areas
  • a Numeracy Plan emphasizing a multi-tiered system of support to differentiate instruction at all levels
  • an ongoing system of assessment to monitor implementation of the curriculum and student needs
  • an effective, supplemental intervention program
  • targeted professional development to support educators at both the district and the school level.

The office provides leadership in the areas of curriculum, instruction and professional development of the following departments:

  • ELL, Literacy and English Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • World Language
  • Health and Physical Education
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