Interim Director of 6-8 Instruction
You should expect your child to have instruction in the following areas based on the North Carolina Standard Course of Study: English/Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. In addition, your child will have 2 elective courses throughout the school year, one of which is the health/physical education class required for all students. If you have questions regarding the courses in which your child is enrolled, please contact the school and ask a counselor and/or administrator for assistance.
NCDPI K-12 Science Resourceshttps://www.dpi.nc.gov/teach-nc/curriculum-instruction/standard-course-study/science
NCDPI Social Studies Standard Course of Studies Documents
NCDPI Social Studies LiveBinder
RCSS Social Studies LiveBinder
NCDPI Art Resources
Arts Resources, Professional Development, & Instructional Tools
NCDPI Healthful Living Resources
Healthful Living Essential Standards, Materials, CPR, & Athletic Information
NCDPI World Language Resources
World Language Resources with Other Links to Important Information
http://www.amle.org/ - Association for Middle Level Education
http://www.ncmle.org/ - North Carolina Middle School Association
http://www2.ed.gov/parents/landing.jhtml - US Department of Education
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/curriculum/ - North Carolina Standards
http://www.middleweb.com/ - Teaching and Learning in Grades 4-8
NC MTSS is a multi-tiered framework which promotes school improvement through engaging, research-based academic and behavioral practices. NC MTSS employs a systems approach using data-driven problem-solving to maximize growth for all.
NCDPI will prepare and support LEAs to implement a Multi-Tiered System of Support for total school improvement by providing professional development, coaching and technical assistance, research and evaluation, and communication and visibility that results in college and career readiness for all students.
NCDPI believes that MTSS is the most effective and efficient approach to improving school outcomes and student performance thereby ensuring equitable access to a sound basic education.