• Curriculum & Instruction

    For any and all information relating to school and district performance and accountability, please visit schoolview.  

    The Curriculum and Instruction department oversees, implements, and maintains compliance the following programs:

     

    • Curriculum and Instruction
    • Professional Development for all staff
    • School and District Accreditation and Accountability, including the annual report
    • District and State Assessments
    • Homeless Education
    • Gifted and Talented Programs
    • Federal Programs
      • Title One - including Supplemental Education Services (free tutoring)
      • Title Two - Highly qualified teachers, Professional Development
      • Title Three - ESL, Migrant and Immigrant Education
    • Colorado Preschool Program
    • Educational Technology and Information Literacy
      • 8th Grade Tech Literacy
      • Technology Integration

    The district has adopted the Colorado Academic Standards.  Through a thorough process of data driven instruction, teachers provide instruction to students based on their strengths and areas of needs. 

     

    If you have questions, comments or concerns, please contact:  Kari Lintner, 970-834-2816, klintner@weldre9.k12.co.us  

Department Files

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    Colorado Preschool Program
    CPP is a state-funded program. Determination of eligibility, which is based on factors defined by the Colorado General Assembly, and enrollment are coordinated at a local level. Children are given an assessment of early readiness skills then needs are prioritized to determine eligibility. Screenings are conducted two to three times per year.

    The Highland School District contracts with the Highland Early Childhood Education Center for this program. We also provide early childhood special education services with the center. To contact the center, please call 970-834-1326.
    Gifted and Talented Programs
    The state of Colorado defines gifted and talented students as children between the ages of five and twenty-one whose abilities, talents and potential for accomplishment are so outstanding that they require special provisions to meet their educational needs. Children under five who qualify may also be served. Gifted students are capable of high performance in any or a combination of these areas:
    *General intellectual ability
    *Specific academic aptitude
    *Creative, productive thinking
    *Leadership and human relations skills
    *Visual and performing arts
    Homeless Education
    Definition of Homeless
    Individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence:
    *Sharing of housing due to economic distress
    *Motels/hotels
    *Public/private place not designed for sleeping
    *Trailer parks
    *Cars, parks, and abandoned buildings
    *Shelters
    *Substandard housing (inadequacy of the home)
    *Abandoned in hospitals
    *Campgrounds
    *Unaccompanied youths who qualify as homeless
    *Awaiting foster care placement
    Title I