Lincoln County School District #2 has adopted the Wyoming Content & Performance Standards to guide our instruction. While the standards specify what students must know and be able to do, we as a district get to determine the materials,resources, and strategies utilized to teach the concepts and skills. Our teachers work collaboratively in Professional Learning Communities (PLC) to determine the most essential skills and concepts, the instructional resources to be utilized, the optimal instructional strategies and techniques used to teach the concepts, and develop or select assessment items to measure students' progress towards mastery of the standards. Teachers meet on a regular basis in an effort to constantly improve teaching and learning in their classrooms.
At the district level we have committees to review and select instructional materials aligned to the most current standards.
The elementary teachers have also been reviewing and piloting various reading/language arts programs. Their review and pilot programs will continue into the 2015-2016 school year when they too will make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees.
LCSD #2's 7-Year Review/Adoption Cycle is shown below. Please note that it is subject to change based on school and district needs.
Subject Area(s) for Adoption
Language Arts K-6
All of the Wyoming Content & Performance Standards are available on the Wyoming Department of Education's website and can be viewed by clicking the link below.Click here for the complete list of the Wyoming Content and Performance Standards
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