Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
Director of 9-12 Curriculum and Professional Development
Special Advisor for K-8 Curriculum and Digital Learning
Administrative Assistant for
Curriculum and Instruction
Summer 2018 Extended Learning Opportunity
All Schools June 11 - 15, 2018 - Grades 3 - 12
Read to Achieve Camp 2018
Locations: BF Grady Elementary, Beulaville Elementary, Wallace Elementary, Warsaw Elementary
June 25 - July 13, 2018 Grades 1, 2 and 3
The Curriculum and Instruction Department's mission is to become an exemplary school system which inspires, challenges, and empowers students and staff for success in a globally competitive society. The Curriculum Department does this through the provision of resources, curriculum support, "best practice" instructional strategies, formative and summative assessment and professional development.
General Curriculum - The General Curriculum Department is served by an K-8 Curriculum Programs Director and a High School Director. These Directors are responsible for coordinating with other specialty areas such as Federal Programs, Career and Technical Education, Technology, and Exceptional Children programs.
Career and Technical Eduation Department - The Director of Career and Technical Education provides support for programs in middle and high school that allow students to explore specific careers and the post secondary training necessary for successful employment. Some supported programs provide training for employment immediately after high school graduation.
Exceptional Childrens' Department - The Office of Exceptional Children provides support for students identified with a specific disability. Services include assistance with the evaluation process, eligibility requirements, compliance of State and Federal procedures, modification of curriculum, teacher support and training, as well as the monitoring of student and parental rights.
Federal Programs Department - The Office of Federal Programs provides oversight and support for areas such as Title I, Title I Parent Involvement, Migrant Education, and English as a Second Language. The Federal Programs Department also provided targeted assistance for at-risk populations through its various programs, supplies, and human resources support.
Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program - This program supports the education of students with unique academic gifts. Support is provided through programs at the student's home school using specially trained teachers. The Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program is coordinated by the K-8 Curriculum Director.
All schools are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.