7410 – Basic Instructional Program

The basic curriculum of the district shall meet the highest level of approv­al and accreditation standards developed by the State Board of Education and other accrediting agencies.

High priority will be given to the kinds of learning that serve as a founda­tion for other educational development.  These include:  Reading, Mathemat­ics, Spelling, Handwriting, English, Science, Music, Art, Physical Educa­tion, Social Studies, and Health.  This will ensure students the opportuni­ty to acquire a body of factual knowledge as well as develop intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, problem solving abilities, and aesthetic appreciation during the school years in such a manner that will be used throughout a lifetime.

Policy Adopted 3-5-84
Policy Reviewed 10-22-03

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