Mr. Matthew Wincek

Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology

mwincek@wyalusingrams.com

570-746-1600 x3010

PA Academic Standards

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Comprehensive Plan

Comprehensive Planning is a web-based framework for thoughtful data-driven and research-based district and school planning. Comprehensive Planning facilitates communication and collaboration, promotes shared practices and resources, and ensures that every stakeholder is working toward common goals. Additionally, Comprehensive Planning assists local education agencies (school districts, charter schools, area vocational technical schools/career and technical centers, and intermediate units) to create and manage a continuous, comprehensive plan to submit to the Department in order to maintain compliance with state and federal mandate.

Wyalusing Area School District Comprehensive Plans:

District Comprehensive Plan 2021-2024

 

 

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Curriculum, Instruction & Technology Board Committee

Members

Richard Robinson

Paul DeNault

Kelly Cole-White

Tiffani Warner (Chair)

 

Meeting dates

February 22, 2022 @ 5 p.m. Community Board Room

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Curriculum

English Language Arts Curriculum K-8

Journeys Path to Balanced Literacy (2016/17--2024/25)

          95% Group

               Phonics Lesson Library

               Phonics Chip Kits

               Booster Bundle: Tune Up Grades 1-3  

          Heggerty

                Kindergarten 

                Primary

                

Math Curriculum K-8

enVision Math 2.0 by SAVVAS Learning (2021/22--2029/30)

SuccessMaker Math

              Reflex Math

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English Language Development Program

English Language Development ELD is a required component of all language instruction educational programs. ELD takes place daily for ELs and is delivered by both ESL teachers and non-ESL teachers.

English language development instruction, otherwise known as English as a second language, delivered by a licensed ESL teacher is its own content area. ELD in this context is driven by language, but it draws from general education content as a vehicle for instruction in order to contextualize language learning. It must be codified in a dedicated and planned curriculum specifically designed to develop the English language proficiency of ELs so that they are able to use English in social and academic settings and access challenging academic standards. ELD instruction provides systematic, explicit, and sustained language instruction designed to prepare students for the general academic program by focusing, in meaningful and contextualized circumstances, on the academic language structures that underpin social and academic constructs. It can be taught as a stand-alone class or course but may also be embedded within other courses with the direct support of an ESL program specialist as appropriate based on the program design and needs of the students.

Our district's English Language Development Program