Curriculum

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Jessica Miller, Director of Curriculum



Curriculum Staff

Jessica Miller
Director of Curriculum
(520) 723-2211
Shannon Witcher
Federal Projects Specialist
(520) 723-2434
Art Seemann
District Data Specialist
(520)723-2427
Mary DeHaven
Curriculum Specialist
(520)723-2047
Anthony Gonzales
ELL/Migrant Interventionist
(520)723-2057
Carmen Navarro
Migrant Interventionist
(520)723-2058
Yolanda Magallanes
Migrant Program Coordinator
(520)723-2429
Teena Henry
Homeless Liaison/Foster Care POC
(520)723-2425
Cheryl Cardinal
Gifted Program Coordinator
(520)723-2443
Dr. Yvette Dix
Project Elevate Coach
(520)723-2044
Paulette Sutulovich
SAIS Supervisor
(520)723-2079

Beyond Textbooks
Beyond Textbooks, the online resource and collaborative community created by teachers and district leaders in the Vail Unified School District, is used by over 100 partners in Arizona, California, Idaho, Wyoming, and Kentucky. Comprised of 12,000 plus teachers, impacting over 140,000 students, the goal of Beyond Textbooks is to collaborate with schools to improve student achievement through implementation of the Vail School District’s proven teaching and learning frameworks.

Click here for a letter to parents addressing BT and frequently asked questions

TAP: The System for Teacher and Student Advancement 
TAP was launched in 1999 as a comprehensive educator effectiveness model that restructures and revitalizes the teaching profession by providing teachers with powerful opportunities for career advancement, ongoing professional development, a fair evaluation system and performance-based compensation.

2016-2017 Master Teachers:
Ana Holland & LaChandra Moore: CHS & HHK
Heather Gillespie: West Elementary 
Anna Campos: Heartland Ranch Elementary 

ENVoY: Educational Non-Verbal Yardstick
ENVoY was created by Michael Grinder and brought to our district by A & J Educational Consulting.

Our district was drawn to the ENVoY program because, the data showed us an opportunity to increase instructional time by at least 20% and a way to increase teachers' strategies for classroom management and because of included monthly coaching support.

Curriculum Department Responsibilities:
Coolidge Unified School District is dedicated to providing a high-quality education to all students. The Curriculum Department is responsible for all areas of instruction, including:
•Ensuring that instructional materials are up-to-date and aligned to the Arizona Academic Standards
•Ensuring that all lessons follow the district Curriculum Department alignment tools
•Assisting teachers in the use of Best Practices in instruction

The Curriculum Department is also responsible for managing the Federal and State No Child Left Behind Entitlement grants including:
•Title I (Education for Disadvantaged Students)
•Title II (Recruitment and Retention of Highly Qualified Teachers)
•Title III (Education of Migratory Students and English Language Learners)
•Title VII (Indian Education)

The Department also manages School Improvement Grants and supports the implementation of School Improvement Plans.

In addition, the Curriculum Department coordinates textbook adoptions and purchases, professional development including Structured English Immersion, ongoing curriculum mapping revisions, Fine Arts instruction, district and state assessments, instruction for English Language Learners, and federal and state reporting required by No Child Left Behind.

Another function of the Curriculum Department is operation of the Teacher Resource Center which is located in the McCray Building at 450 N. Arizona Boulevard. This facility houses the district textbook warehouse as well as many resources available for teachers to check out and use in their classrooms including literature kits and FOSS science kits. Poster printer and Awards Maker services are available for each of the District’s schools and departments.



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