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Curriculum
Monroe County Schools will produce globally competitive students and outstanding citizens who are prepared to meet or exceed established standards for academic performance through a standards-based curriculum.
Announcements
Social Studies Adoption Public Review
graphic of globe and booksPlease review the Instructional Materials Adoption Webpage to view the District Instructional Material Selection Committee's recommendations for the 2017-2022 Social Studies Adoption Cycle.

Public review will be available from February 1, 2017 - February 20, 2017. Physical review of selected materials can be arranged by contacting the Instructional Materials department at 305-293-1400 x53408 to schedule an appointment. Online review access codes for all materials are available on the
Instructional Materials Adoption Page.
MCSD Community of Experts
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Community of Experts 2016-2017

The Monroe County Community of Experts is a group of individuals who have shown mastery of a specific program, curriculum or product that is implemented in our Keys Schools. These individuals have implemented with fidelity and are eager to share their success stories and suggestions for classroom implementation with teachers across the district. Please reach out to any of the Community of Experts for more information on their area of expertise.


Learning Goals Infographic
Research demonstrates that students who understand what they are being asked to learn and how they will recognize success are more likely to make learning gains than those who donít. Learning Goals tackle the complexity of the standards by putting them into student-friendly language. Use the infographic below to learn more about Monroe County School Districtís protocol for Learning Goals.
Link to Learning Goals Infographic

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Learning Sequences 2016-17
 Elementary (K-5)
All core subject area learning sequences
 Middle (6-8)
All core subject area learning sequences
 Secondary (9-12)
All core subject area learning sequences
 Using Florida Standards
Powerpoints, documents, and videos presented in the Principal CCSS Summer Workshop are located in this folder.
 UCF- Literacy Symposium (MORTON 2017).pdf
Focus on What Matters Most: UCF Symposium Presentation by MTSS District Coordinator, Sarah Morton.
Contacts
+ Barbara Cavanah - Technology Specialist
+ Courtney Oliver - Science
+ Jennifer Barrios - History/Social Sciences
+ Kristen Condella , -Mathematics
+ Sarah Adams Morton - Reading & Language Arts
+ Theresa Axford - Executive Director
Click on name to see details.

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