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Our Curriculum

The balanced literacy approach by Lucy Calkins and Colleagues introduces Reading and Writing Workshops.  The Reading Curriculum consists of a reading workshop where students are introduced to mini-lessons designed to teach a strategy or skill.  Shared reading is also a key component of our reading curriculum which focuses on comprehension, word solving, and using visual cues to figure out difficult words.  Students explore a variety of fiction storybooks and non-fiction titles during reading Alouds.

Our Writing Curriculum mirrors the Reading Curriculum by utilizing workshops with mini-lessons, interactive writing, and word study.  Students focus on a strategy or skill used for writing a particular genre, the sharing of a pen between student and teacher, phonemic awareness, high-frequency words, parts of words, etc.

Math Curriculum

Our Math Curriculum, by Debbie Diller, introduces math workstations which are areas in the classroom where students work with a partner and use instructional materials to explore and expand their mathematical thinking.  The Math Curriculum consists of a literacy based mini lesson followed by workstations with a partner, independent stations, and math journals.

  • Reinforces and extends prior instruction
  • Practice problem solving by reasoning, representing, communication and making connections
  • Teacher observes and interacts with individuals at work stations and meets in small groups

Social Studies and Science Curriculum

Our curriculum will consist of hands-on activities, Promethean board research, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics), and theme-based exploration for Science and Social Studies with the recommendation of TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills).


Enrichment Programs

Students will participate in physical education daily and as well as music activities.


Sample Schedule

  • 8:00 Morning Meeting
  • 8:30 Reading and Writing
  • 9:30 Morning Snack
  • 10:00 Math Curriculum
  • 10:40 Technology
  • 11:00 E.
  • 11:30 Phonics
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 12:30 Music
  • 1:00 Science/Social Studies


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