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Division of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs: Providing leadership and guidance to our district and schools in pursuit of academic excellence as we collectively address the unique educational needs of all students.

School Governance

Provides instructional leadership and management support to schools in collaboration with other central office staff.

Compensatory Programs

Improves the programs and services funded under the regular education program for disadvantaged students.

Specialized Instruction

Provide comprehensive support to provide educational services to children with disabilities to meet their individual needs.

Student Affairs

Ensures that parents, students, and schools receive optimum service and assistance in the placement of students.

Instructional Technology

Facilitates learning by creating, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and resources to improve classroom performance.

Media Services

Provides access to information and ideas that are fundamental to functioning successfully in today's information and knowledge-based society.

College & Career Readiness

Responsible for preparing students for success after High School in college and career pathways.

Professional Learning

Professional Learning increases educator effectiveness and results for all students.

Balanced Literacy

Balanced Literacy

Balanced literacy program uses both whole language and phonics. The goal of a balanced literacy program is to include the strongest elements of each.

Eureka Math

Eureka Math

Eureka Math connects math to the real world in ways that take the fear out of math and build student confidence. This curriculum dramatically reduces gaps in student learning, builds persistence in problem solving, and prepares students to understand advances mathematics.

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