New curricula approved for Issaquah School District students

August 13, 2009

By Staff

The Issaquah School Board unanimously approved the purchase of two new curricula for middle and high school students at its July 8 meeting.
The new curriculum for middle schoolers is Literature, by McDougal Littell, and was selected by the Middle School Language Arts Committee and approved by the Instructional Materials Committee.
It meets state guidelines for educational learning in reading, writing and communication and meets state grade-level expectations.
The new curricula for high schoolers are Physics Principles and Problems and Kinetic Books Principals of Physics, by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. It was selected by the Physics Scope and Sequence Committee and approved by the Instructional Materials Committee.
The texts meet state guidelines for educational learning and meet state grade-level expectations.
The public was able to view the curricula from June 22 – July 6.

The Issaquah School Board unanimously approved the purchase of two new curricula for middle and high school students at its July 8 meeting.

The new curriculum for middle schoolers is Literature, by McDougal Littell, and was selected by the Middle School Language Arts Committee and approved by the Instructional Materials Committee.

It meets state guidelines for educational learning in reading, writing and communication and meets state grade-level expectations.

The new curricula for high schoolers are Physics Principles and Problems and Kinetic Books Principals of Physics, by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill. It was selected by the Physics Scope and Sequence Committee and approved by the Instructional Materials Committee.

The texts meet state guidelines for educational learning and meet state grade-level expectations.

The public was able to view the curricula from June 22 – July 6.

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