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  • Local Literacy Plan

    Local Literacy Plan

    Reading well by third grade is one of many developmental milestones in a child’s educational experience. Providing quality curriculum, instruction and assessments is the foundation for developing comprehensive systems of support for all learners. Literacy is the cornerstone of all learning. In each subject area, the ability to read and produce written material is of the highest importance. Supporting the development of capable readers at every level is our goal as educators, parents, and as a community. In order to ensure that all students are reading well by the end of third grade, curriculum, instruction, and assessment need to be aligned with current research-based practices. To read North Branch Area Public Schools' Local Literacy Plan please click the link below.

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  • World's Best Workforce Advisory

    World's Best Workforce Advisory

    The World’s Best Workforce Plan (WBWF) is a comprehensive, long-term strategic plan to support and improve teaching and learning with the ultimate goal of creating the world’s best workforce. A strategic focus for North Branch Area Public Schools is to ensure each student is college and career ready. It is intended to serve as a foundational document that aligns educational initiatives that serve students pre-k through high school. It is based on five goals:

    1. All students will come to school ready for kindergarten;
    2. The achievement gap will be closed;
    3. All students in third grade will achieve grade level literacy;
    4. All students will attain career and college readiness before graduating from high school;
    5. All students will graduate from high school.

    The WBWF Advisory serves as a sounding board for the community, gains knowledge on the district’s curriculum and instruction efforts, and influences change for students of North Branch Area Public Schools through:

    *Reviewing curriculum, instructional and assessment programs through a preK-16 lens;
    * Providing information regarding program improvements to schools, departments and NBAPS community members;
    * Providing opportunities for input and feedback from schools, departments, and citizens.

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