Curriculum Leadership Institute

In 2011, Park County School District 6 began a multi-year partnership with the Curriculum Leadership Institute (CLI), a non-profit organization that works with schools to improve student learning. With guidance from our CLI consultant, we systematically evaluate our current curriculum, revising it as needed to more fully align with Wyoming and national standards and to further our district goal to “prepare all students to be career and college ready."

Curriculum Coordinating Council

The Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC) is the governing body for our curriculum work. While CLI provides the expertise, a step-by-step process, guidelines, and examples, the district teams make all decisions and choices about what to use and how to use it. The CCC includes teachers, administrators, a counselor, a school board member, and parent/community representatives. Terms last for three years, with one-third of the council replaced annually.

CCC members as individuals and the group as a whole abide by a set of bylaws and procedures that detail their duties and responsibilities. A long-range plan for curriculum work has been created, is reviewed annually, and is updated as needed to align with the Wyoming standards timeline as well as input from teachers at the building level. CCC members receive training in the process the SACs use for their work.

Subject Area Committees (SAC)

A Subject Area Committee (SAC) consists of teachers from each grade level/course and building, a Curriculum Coordinating Council member, and an administrator. We select our teaching staff members based on a district-wide survey about interest in serving on Subject Area Committees (SAC). CCC members either volunteer to chair the SACs or are appointed by the Council. The SAC performs the following duties:

  • survey current subject area teachers
  • analyze the survey results for duplication, gaps, and alignment
  • interview subject area teachers
  • revise/rewrite district curriculum

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