Curriculum & Instruction
The Curriculum and Instruction Department in the Weldon City Schools provides the district leadership for curriculum and instruction, PreK-12. It is the goal of the curriculum department to ensure the written curriculum is the taught curriculum and the taught curriculum is what will be assessed to determine the effectiveness of instructional practices. The mission of the Weldon City Schools district, in part, is to “create and maintain a highly effective educational system in which every student receives the highest quality education.” To support the mission, the Curriculum and Instruction Department provide the necessary support to stakeholders for students to achieve academically, become College and Career Ready, and be globally competitive. Not only support to stakeholders, but the department develops and support curriculum guides to teachers, assist with identifying and implementing not only best teaching practices, but also best leadership practices needed to promote a true professional learning community. All content areas are part of the Curriculum and Instruction and the content areas are Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, Physical Education, English as a Second Language, and Foreign Language, and the Arts. Specific departments (or areas) of the Curriculum and Instruction Department are: Federal Programs (Title I, English as a Second Language, Parental Involvement), Career and Technical Education, Technology, Testing and Accountability. If there are any specific questions pertaining to any areas of The Curriculum and Instruction Department for Weldon City Schools, please click on the specific link to the department. If you are uncertain of the department, please call the main curriculum and department office at: (252) 536-4821 Ext. 237 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
InformationAlways check with your building level administrator prior to registering for any professional development, conference, seminar, etc. occurring during the school day.
EVASS PD SystemThe new mini-module “EVAAS Basics,” available through Home Base to all North Carolina educators, explains the EVAAS growth model of evaluating teachers, including the differences between growth and efficiency, how projections and predictions are calculated and used, and how statistical concepts like normal curve equivalents and standard error contribute to making Standard 6 a fair assessment of teacher growth. This self-paced mini-module requires approximately two hours for completion. For more information, please contact any member of the Educator Effectiveness Instructional Design Team noted online at https://rt3nc.org/.