Curriculum and Instruction
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Marietta City Schools provides leadership and support for teaching and learning in grades K-12, as well as the supervision and professional development of local school faculty and administration.
The department led by Jill Sims, Executive Director, Curriculum and Instruction, is organized into three areas: K-12 Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology, and State and Federal Programs. Together the departmental team ensures effective and efficient K-12 curricular and instructional support in accordance with local and state school board policies and procedures.
Georgia Criterion Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) Study Guides available for teachers and families to help prepare students in grades three through eight for the CRCT. Revisions have been made to the CRCT Study Guides as a result of the transition to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) in the content areas of Reading, English Language Arts, and Mathematics.
The Georgia State Department of Education (GADOE) has announced the new four-year high school graduation rate. Adhering to a 2008 update to federal education regulations, the Georgia Department of Education today released the new, four-year public high school graduation rate -- 67.4%. The new calculation, known as the adjusted cohort rate, will allow states to uniformly compare graduation rates across the nation. More»
GADOE Four-year Adjusted Cohort High Schools Graduation Rate FAQ
The State Board of Education recently approved State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge's plan to phase out the Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT). Students who enter high school in fall 2011 will no longer take the GHSGT in English, math, social studies and science, in order to graduate. This new plan will require students to pass all required courses, and the End-of-Course Tests (EOCT) will now count 20% of a student's final grade, rather than the current 15% weight. More»
CSI Mathematics is an online mathematics resource for parents, teachers, and students. Contents include concepts investigated in class, suggestions for activities to explore at home, vocabulary used in the unit, grade-appropriate readings related to the math content, and links to other Web site resources.
The Move On When Ready Program (MOWR) is a dual enrollment opportunity for Marietta High School students to attend a postsecondary institution on a full-time basis during their junior and/or senior year of high school.