Audubon School District Curriculum & Instruction

The Audubon School District's K - 12 curriculum is a work in progress. During the 2017-2018 school year, district educators will continue to collaborate on instructional practice, student achievement and curriculum revision.  Professional learning will focus on aspects of  tier one interventions, STEAM education, guided reading, aligning instruction to our standards based curriculum and increasing rigor in learning experiences. 

Grades K-5 science educators will begin rolling out the newly adopted Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), as reflected in the New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS), and will make revisions as needed.   Science instruction and curriculum will be reviewed as the format and content of the 4th and 8th grade NJASK and 9th grade biology assessments evolve.

K-12 ELA and Math educators will collaborate and consult data from multiple sources to create benchmark assessments aligned to the NJSLS and their accompanying evidence statements.  

Our curriculum is designed to adapt to the many factors that impact its content and design, including:  content standards,  technology,  benchmarks, state and in house assessments, student growth objectives, and the challenge of delivering a meaningful 21st century education.

(Curriculum Most Recently ABOE Approved June 21, 2017)