Curriculum and Assessment
Curriculum Review Cycle
The primary purpose for reviewing curriculum on a regular and systematic basis is to be sure students are taught, and are learning, that which is deemed important and necessary.
Teachers make up the specific curriculum committee membership of each of the 14 curriculum areas. During the Five Year Curriculum Review Cycle each committee uses the Review Process, which includes evaluating the present curriculum and deciding what improvements need to be made. The committee also examines and recommends resources needed to deliver the curriculum to include textbooks, technology, and equipment. Further, student assessments are selected, ongoing staff development is designed and a process for evaluating how well the curriculum was implemented is agreed upon. During this time the committee periodically reports to the District Curriculum Review Committee who in turn makes recommendations to the School Board and provides an Annual Report to school district residents.
Adequate Yearly Progress Achieved in 2010-2011
The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires that all schools in the nation make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) toward achieving the goal of all students being proficient in reading and math. During the 2010-2011 school year, all students met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).
Click here to view St. Anthony-New Brighton School District’s Report card which is published by the Minnesota Department of Education. When you open the page, click on the box that reads ‘Statewide’ and select St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools.