RSU18 Curriculum: Parent Advisory Feedback

The Parent Advisory Group is a primary way we communicate with parents at MHS; it is a group that meets monthly, receives updates on what is going on at MHS, gives feedback to our implementation of PBCL, and asks questions and participates in discussion about all things MHS.  Last night the curriculum came up and this post is a result of that conversation.

Science Standards: The RSU18 Curriculum establishes learning goals K-12 that students meet in a linear progression of learning in each of the content areas.

Science Standards: The RSU18 Curriculum establishes learning goals K-12 that students meet in a linear progression of learning.

Last year we wrote several blog posts on the RSU18 curriculum and both how to access it and how to interpret it (for example, “What is a 4” was a video we created to explain the progression of complexity of a scale, the difference in grading structures, and how a student would achieve a 4, “Understanding our Curriculum” was a video designed to explain the scales and the structure of the curriculum).  Below is the link to the curriculum documents, we encourage you to review them and contact us if you have questions.  You can contact me directly at jmoody@rsu18.org.

https://messalonskeehs.wordpress.com/rsu18-curriculum/

Additional information can be found in the educate program in the curriculum browser.  An open link for anyone can be found at the Cohort for Customized Learning website.  A blog post was done on this in the past and provides a link to access the curriculum: https://messalonskeehs.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/accessing-the-rsu18-curriculum/

We want our parents, students, and community involved in our work and encourage you to contact us to take part.

Thank you,

Jon Moody

Principal

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