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Stevenson-Carson School District’s Curriculum Structure:

The curriculum administrator coordinates curriculum revision and implementation for the district. Curriculum committee chairs for the four main academic areas complete the following duties as necessary.

Each committee’s main purpose is to review and revise curriculum and instruction as necessary based on state requirements and district needs.

  • Develop agendas, gather necessary materials and facilitate all committee meetings.
  • Complete necessary follow-up activities.
  • Report to and advise curriculum administrator.
  • Organize materials for the adoption process.
  • Stay up to date on state reform efforts and requirements in specific curriculum areas.
  • Recommend materials adoption to the Student Learning Improvement Committee, which then recommends to the Board.

Washington State’s Curriculum Structure:

Washington State Learning Goals (EALRs):

  1. Read with comprehension, write with skill, and communicate effectively and responsibly in a variety of ways and setting.
  2. Know and apply the core concepts and principles of mathematics; social, physical, and life sciences; civics and history; geography; arts; and health and fitness.
  3. Think analytically, logically, and creatively, and integrate experience and knowledge to form reasoned judgments and solve problems.
  4. Understand the importance of work and how performance, effort, and decisions directly affect future career and educational opportunities.

A Variety of State Resources

Key State Documents

  • Timeline for EALRs with Grade Level Expectations
  • Mathematics GLE Publication: A New Level of Specificity
  • Reading GLE Publication: A New Level of Specificity
  • Science GLE Publication: A New Level of Specificity
  • 4-12 Reading Intervention Materials Evaluation
  • Communication Grade Level Expectations

On-line Grade Level Resources

The On-line Grade Level Resources website provides educators with resources aligned to the grade level expectations to support curriculum development, instructional practices, and assessment of student learning. OSPI does not endorse any of the publications or materials placed or linked to from this site. These materials are listed as examples to support classroom instruction aligned with the Grade Level Expectations.