English language arts project encourages Mrs. Warwick's students to learn something new or share about what they already know.
The curriculum serves as a living document that can continually evolve in response to student and societal needs. With embedded 21st Century Skills (such as communication, collaboration and active participation) and authentic real-world experiences, course offerings foster skills and attitudes that enable children to think critically, creatively and constructively – and gives our students the tools they need to be ready for college and a career.
The Curriculum Department features a team of content supervisors who have the “big picture” view and can make sure that concepts are covered in a relevant way and that the curriculum builds effectively from year-to-year – offering our students all the academic skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in the future.
Dr. Madel will use fellowship to develop a peer mentorship program for World Language educators in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association recognized the World Language program as "exemplary" and awarded PWHS their highest honor.
The PA State Modern Language Association honored the Spanish teacher for encouraging PWHS students to develop global connections and skills.
Colonial's Master Teachers are experienced classroom teachers who explore the latest best practices and share what they learn. Click here to watch a video.
Differentiated Instruction is a student-centered learning model, where teachers meet students at their different "levels of readiness."
Colonial's Growth and Intervention Network (GAIN) starts planning for a District-wide framework that helps elementary students who need support beyond the core instruction.
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(Chapter 49) 2022-2025
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Plan (Act 48) 2022-2025