Dr. Rick Jetter » Curriculum Maps, Course Syllabi & eBooks

Curriculum Maps, Course Syllabi & eBooks

 
"Build your course, digitally; reinforce it, personally."
 
Below, you will find the curriculum maps for each area--for the half-year point in 2022-2023.
 
A sample syllabus and curriculum map template are attached as a resource.
 
Middle School & High School Courses:
 
Math 5/6        Math 7        Math 8                         
 
Pre-Calculus           Calculus           Common Core Algebra 1         Common Core Algebra 2
 
Living Environment (LE)          Earth Science        Astronomy         Current Events in Science        
 
Chemistry     Physics       Health         Physical Education        Advanced Art          Studio Art 
   
Spanish 1               Spanish 2             Spanish 3               Spanish 4            French
 
ELA 5/6         ELA 7          ELA 8 (Narrative, Reading, Writing)          ELA 9           ELL--HS        
 
ELA 10          ELA 11           ELA 12         Social Studies Literacy
 
Global 9        Global 10        U.S. History         Economics         Participation in Govt.     
 
 
eBooks are now here!
 
Sign in to our eBook platform using the SORA app. (WNYMCS email is needed).  There is also a database connected with the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library System!  Students now have a choice of thousands and thousands of eBooks and audiobooks. 
 
 
FREE Open Source Textbooks
 
Take a look at Rice University's OPENSTAX collection for supplemental textbooks in various STEM and Humanities courses.  Register for an "Educator" account for access.  
 
 
For both the high-school and middle school program, you can find Google digital support by clicking on the links below:
 
 
 
For staff support within a hybrid schooling model:
 
 
 
 
 
 
The entire community may check out our NEW Maritime Technology Skills Curriculum Map for Grades 5-12 by downloading the attachment below or staff members, specifically, may click HERE.
 
Working on a RESEARCH PROJECT?  Click HERE and then log in using your Google credentials in order to learn more about how to approach research through a comprehensive website built by some of our cadets!