Paulding County School District

  • Academics & Curriculum Overview

    The Curriculum Department of the Paulding County School District supports stakeholders in our District mission of preparing ALL students for success today and tomorrow.  Our team of Curriculum Coordinators work directly with teachers, school administrators, district administrators, state officials, and colleagues from around the state to ensure a comprehensive, aligned, well-articulated instructional program.

     

    Mission

     

    Rigorous and relevant learning experiences…

    For Every Student

    In Every Classroom

    Every Day!

     

    The Curriculum Department actively:

    • Promotes and participates in collaboration with all stakeholders to target achievement goals for students, schools, and the district;
    • Provides instructional support to all schools by ensuring best practices;
    • Supports school improvement initiatives for each school and the district as a whole;
    • Provides direction and support for resources that support classroom instruction;
    • Facilitates needs based instruction through remediation and enrichment models;
    • Coordinates curricular activities that support student involvement, exploration to include the arts, technology, and career/technical fields.

     

    Curriculum Requirements

    The state of Georgia moved away from Common Core Georgia Performance Standards in 2015 and replaced those standards with Georgia Standards of Excellence in Reading, English Language Arts, and Math. Currently, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and other courses remain Georgia Performance Standards courses; however, Georgia Standards of Excellence for Social Studies and Science will be implemented in the 2017-18 school year. 

    All of the Georgia Standards of Excellence were developed with extensive input from teachers, parents, representatives from the higher education field as well as the business community. With the Georgia Standards of Excellence, our students are exposed to more rigorous content while maintaining state-level autonomy over curriculum and testing.

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