K 6 math curriculum

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Title: K - 6 Math Curriculum
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K - 6 Math Curriculum
Adams, Nicole
STCHARLESR6
Grades K-6 Math Curriculum Committee
Associate Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction
Dr. Danielle Tormala
Curriculum Committee Chairperson
Nicole Adams, Administration Building, Curriculum and Instruction Specialist
Curriculum Team Leader
Tiffanie Worland, Jefferson Intermediate School, Sixth Grade
Curriculum Developers
Sheryl Horton, Blackhurst Elementary, Kindergarten
Angie Jackson, Harris Elementary, Kindergarten
April Canada, Null Elementary, First Grade
Ashton Sullivan, Lincoln Elementary, First Grade
Jen Tuley, Harris Elementary, First Grade
Hannah Kelch, Monroe Elementary, Second Grade
Val Sutton, Blackhurst Elementary, Second Grade
Laura Calzone, Monroe Elementary, Third Grade
Caylea Crump, Null Elementary, Third Grade
Julie Dreher, Coverdell Elementary, Fourth Grade
Scott Humpherys, Lincoln Elementary, Fourth Grade
Kim Boyd, Jefferson Intermediate, Fifth Grade
Debby Glasgow, Jefferson Intermediate, Fifth Grade
Brenda Clauser, Jefferson Intermediate, Sixth Grade
Tiffanie Worland, Jefferson Intermediate, Sixth Grade
Kara Canning, Harris Elementary, Instructional Coach
Kim Elder, Coverdell Elementary, Title I Reading & Math
Colbi Funke, Lincoln Elementary, Instructional Coach
Sandy Juhala, Blackhurst Elementary, Special Education
Katie Kellett, Jefferson Intermediate, Instructional Coach
Kelli McLaird, Monroe Elementary, Instructional Coach
Ashley Panhorst, Monroe Elementary, Instructional Coach
Candice Settlemoir, Blackhurst Elementary, Instructional Coach
Leslie Spears, Coverdell Elementary, Instructional Coach
Kevin Stross, Null Elementary, Instructional Coach
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K-6 Math Curriculum
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents........................................................................................................................... 1
District Mission, Vision and Values .................................................................................................... 2
District Goals................................................................................................................................. 3
Philosophical Foundations................................................................................................................. 4
K-6 Math Philosophy....................................................................................................................... 5
K-6 Math Course Description............................................................................................................. 6
K-6 Math Rationale......................................................................................................................... 7
K-6 Math Program Goals.................................................................................................................. 8
K-6 Math Essential Learner Outcomes............................................................................................. 9 - 15
K-6 Math Scope and Sequence..................................................................................................... 16- 18
K-6 Math Curriculum .............................................................................................................. 19 - 238
Appendix
Missouri Learning Standards
Missouri Show Me Standards
Standards of Mathematical Practices
Mathematical Vocabulary
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District Mission
The City of St. Charles School District will REACH, TEACH, and EMPOWER all students by providing a challenging,
diverse, and innovative education.
District Vision
The City of St. Charles School District will be an educational leader recognized for high performance and academic
excellence that prepares students to succeed in an ever-changing global society.
District Values
We, the City of St. Charles School District community of students, parents, staff, and patrons, value:
High quality education for all students which includes:
Lifelong learning from early childhood through adult education
Rigorous learning experiences that challenge all students
Instruction that meets the needs of a diverse community
Respect for all
Real world, critical thinking and problem-solving skills to prepare students for the 21st Century
Developing caring, productive, and responsible citizens
Strong engagement of family and community
A safe, secure, and nurturing school environment
Achievement through:
Celebration of individual success
Collaboration with parents and community stakeholders
Exploration, Innovation, and creativity
High quality staff by:
Hiring and retaining highly qualified and invested employees
Providing professional development and collaboration focused on increasing student achievement
Empowering staff to use innovative resources and practices
Informed decisions that are:
Student-centered
Focused on student achievement
Data Driven
Considerate of all points of view
Fiscally responsible
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District Goals
For planning purposes, five overarching goals have been developed. These goals are statements of the key functions of
the school district.
1. Student Performance
Develop and enhance the quality educational/instructional programs to improve student performance and
enable students to meet their personal, academic, and career goals.
2. Highly qualified staff
Recruit, attract, develop, and retain highly qualified staff to carry out the District's mission, vision, goals, and
objectives.
3. Facilities, Support, and Instructional Resource
Provide and maintain appropriate instructional resources, support services, and functional and safe facilities.
4. Parent and Community Involvement
Promote, facilitate and enhance parent, student, and community involvement in district educational programs.
5. Governance
Govern the district in an efficient and effective manner providing leadership and representation to benefit the
students, staff, and patrons of the district.
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School District Philosophical Foundations
Teachers in the School District of the City of St. Charles share in and ascribe to a philosophy that places children at the
heart of the educational process. We feel that it is our professional responsibility to strive to be our best at all times and to
maximize our efforts by ensuring that the following factors are present in our classrooms and our schools.
1. Learning is developed within the personal, physical, social, and intellectual contexts of the learner.
2. A strong educational program should provide developmental continuity.
3. The successful learner is motivated, strategic, knowledgeable, and interactive.
4. Children learn best when they have real purposes and can make connections to real life.
5. Effective learning is a combination of student exploration and teacher and mentor modeling.
6. Assessment is an ongoing and multidimensional process that is an integral part of instruction.
7. Making reading and writing connections across multiple sources and curricula facilitates meaning.
8. Literacy for the future means literacy in multiple technologies.
9. Education must respond to society's diverse population and serve all children.
10. Interactions among students, teachers, parents, and community form the network that supports learning.
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