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Home - Continuous School Improvemen
Standard 1 - Vision and Purpose
Standard 2 - Leadership and Governance
Standard 3 - Teaching and Learning
Indicator 3.2 (Research)
Indicator 3.2 (Artifacts)
Indicator 3.3 (Research)
Indicator 3.3 (Artifacts)
Indicator 3.4 (Research)
Reading Research and Artifacts
Indicator 3.5 (Research)
Indicator 3.5 (Artifacts)
Indicator 3.6 (Time)
Indicator 3.7 (Alignment)
Indicator 3.8 (Interventions)
Indicator 3.9 (Climate)
ndicator 3.10 (Research)
Indicator 3.10 (Artifacts)
Indicator 3.11 (Technology)
Indicator 3.12 (Catholic Identity)
Standard 4 - Documenting and Using Results
Standard 5 - Resources and Support Systems
Standard 6 - Stakeholder Communications
Standard 7 - Commitment to Continuous Improvement
Reading and Writing Resources
Indicator 3.1 (Artifacts)
Indicator 3.1 Curriculum (ART
Archdiocesan, State and National Standards
Standards-Based Lesson Plans (K-6)
Standard-Based Lesson Plans (7-12
Step Up to Writing and Six Traits - Links to Nebraska Standards
Curriculum Pacing Guides (Samples
Guardian Angels Handbook
(See Section V: Curriculum and Scholastic Information)
Central Catholic Course Information
Central Catholic Handbook
(Academic information on p. 6 - 17)
High-Achieving Student Opportunities
CC Master Schedule 2011-2012.xls
Standard 3 Artifacts-Curriculum (Documentation Request).docx
Teacher Evaluation Form 2011-2012.docx
Staff can articulate student learning expectations
Staff can articulate the use of standards-based lesson plans.
Students affirm their knowledge of what is expected of them
Staff can articulate curriculum sequencing
3.1 Develops, articulates, and coordinates curriculum based on clearly- defined expectations for student learning, including essential knowledge and skills
3.1 a - The school has collaboratively developed and implemented a coherent, rigorous curriculum derived from research based standards/expectations in all four core subject areas (English Language Arts, mathematics, science, social studies) that provides opportunities for all students to acquire requisite knowledge, skills, and attitudes.
3.1 b - The school has created documents in multiple formats that illustrate the alignment of the curriculum with required standards/expectations in core subject areas (English Language Arts, mathematics, science, social studies).
3.1 c - Curriculum is evaluated and revised when required standards/expectations are modified with the participation of staff members and stakeholders. The chief criterion for evaluating effectiveness is student achievement.
3.1 d - Teachers conduct high quality formative assessments during the course of a lesson or unit to provide themselves and their students with concrete information on how to guide learning and improve individual student performance.
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