Teaching and Learning

About Our District-Adopted Resources

Bridges in Mathematics (Grades K-5)

Bridges in Mathematics is a comprehensive PK–5 curriculum that equips teachers to fully address state standards in a rigorous, engaging, and accessible manner. Students gain a deep understanding of concepts, proficiency with key skills, and the ability to solve complex problems. The curriculum is composed of three distinct but integrated components: Problems & Investigations, Work Places and Number Corner. Please visit the For Families link to learn more about our math curriculum. 

For Families

Grades 6-8 Math Pilot Resource

This school year, 6-8 math teachers will be piloting new math resources. The piloted programs include Big Ideas Math & You (August-December) and Savvas EnVision (January-June).

Amplify CKLA (Grades K-5)

Amplify Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA) is the leading early literacy curriculum grounded in the Science of Reading. By combining knowledge-building and research-based foundational skills, instruction guides educators in developing strong readers, writers, and thinkers. The Amplify CKLA PreK–5 literacy curriculum equips students with rich knowledge that intentionally builds to inspire curiosity and drive results. As the first publisher to build a curriculum based on the Science of Reading, research is put into action with explicit systematic foundational skills instruction alongside a proven knowledge-building sequence.

Savvas myPerspectives (Grades 6-8)

myPerspectives® is a powerful, next generation literacy program that places students at the center of learning and gives teachers the right tools and resources, research-based guidance, and autonomy to do what they do best to support each unique learner. Students analyze texts through the eyes of a reader and writer and have academic discussions. They work on group projects, create their own compositions, and complete rigorous Performance-Based Assessments. Relevant and diverse texts and media allow students to see themselves reflected in the stories and develop their own voice as they build knowledge and participate in the broader conversation. A built-in gradual release instructional model promotes ownership of learning, collaboration, and student independence.

Inquiry Journeys (Grades 3-5)

Inquiry Journeys engages students and supports teachers in inquiry-based social studies. The inquiry process engages students’ drive to discover, their need to question, and their ability to create solutions that transform the world around them. Students are able to:

  • Build disciplinary knowledge and skills
  • Engage in the practices of social scientists
  • Investigate authentic primary and secondary sources
  • Examine multiple perspectives and viewpoints
  • Support claims with evidence and reasoning
  • Develop collaboration skills
  • Apply learning to make a positive impact on their community

Foss Pathways (Grades 3-5)

In Foss Pathways, students engage with real-world issues using three dimensional learning practices. Field-tested assessments accurately measure student learning and progress. The program:

  • Aligns with today’s national science standards and is adaptable to meet state and local requirements
  • Incorporates the digital tools for a flexible multimedia experience
  • Lends flexibility to teach in the class time allotted for science
  • Teaches through a multimodal approach to resonate with every student
  • Engages students through coherent phenomenon storylines that are local and relevant
  • Provides unmatched educative support to teach phenomena-based science

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