Students will be able to choose Gender and Identity: An Untold Story of American History or African American Studies: A Sociocultural Exploration for the 2021-2022 school year.
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.
Teachers explored new tools, tips and strategies for their virtual classrooms while the students were off of school for Election Day.
The K-12 Physical Education teachers ran warm ups, demonstrated games and lead exercises to remind students to stay active during the quarantine. Take a look at pictures from each school!
Visible Learning looks at hundreds of factors on student success and determines each factor's effectiveness by pulling in data from research that involves more than 80,000 studies and 300 million students.
The visitors explored Makerspaces at each building level and saw how computer programming, engineering and science help Colonial students become future ready.
The full day of professional development introduced teachers to new curriculum, teaching strategies, classroom management skills and more.
Thirty girls from fifth to eighth grade designed, built and programmed robots and drones.
Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
610-834-1670, ext. 2155
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Dr. Katy Giovanisci
610-834-1670, ext. 2225
Click here to email Dr. Giovanisci
610-834-1670, ext. 2164
Click here to email Mr. Merk
610-834-1670, ext. 2149
Click here to email Ms. Wileczek
610-834-1670, ext. 2154
Click here to email Ms. Aiken
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