Curriculum & Instruction

Students outside working on a group experimentWelcome to Curriculum & Instruction!

Our Mission

The Woodford County Public Schools, in partnership with families and community, will provide challenging learning opportunities for all students, promote student growth and achievement, and prepare students to strive for excellence.


Department of Curriculum & Instruction
330 Pisgah Pike
Versailles, KY 40383
(859) 879-4600

Chief Academic Officer Jimmy Brehm
Director of Student Achievement Martha Collins
Assessment Coordinator Misty Higgins
Curriculum Data Specialist Jan Sellers
Administrative Assistant Dana Christia

BEST PRACTICE ACADEMY 2017 SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION LINKS

  • This year’s Best Practice Academy will be held in two (2) sessions:  the first taking place May 31- June 6 and the second July 31-August 4.  All sessions will be held at Woodford County Middle School.   Specific room number and time confirmations will be emailed for each training at least a week prior to the session. 

    Just a reminder, six (6) hours of professional learning during the Best Practice Academy is a MINIMUM requirement of your contract, but we highly encourage you to attend as many sessions as you and your students would benefit.  We are offering over 30 sessions that we feel are true reflections of Best Practice and hope you can attend more than the six required hours. 

    Please register for sessions by May 5 so we have plenty of time to secure adequate materials. 

Woodford County Schools Content White Papers:

Wooodford County 2016-2017 Kentucky Science Assessment Overview

K-8 Core Literacy Integration Chart and Unit Maps

 English/Language Arts Pacing Guide

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Math Pacing Guides

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Elementary Math Course Unit Guides

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Middle School Math Course Sequence and Flow Chart

High School Math Course Sequence and Flow Chart

Science Pacing Guides

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Social Studies Pacing Guides

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High School “Core” Graduation Requirement Courses Curriculum Guides

High School Math Course Sequence and Flow Chart

English

English 9

English 10

English 11

English 12

Math

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

 

Science

Integrated I

Integrated II

Biology

 

Social Studies

Global Studies

Civics

U.S. History

 

 

MTSS Handbook

Diagram of the three tiers of interventions for students

MTSS FORMS - Woodford County Schools Employee Access Only

WOODFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS 2016 DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT PLAN

2017 DRAFT CDIP STRATEGIES. PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK FOR AMMENDMENTS, RETRACTIONS, OR ADDITIONS USING THE FEEDBACK PAGE LINK  (BELOW)

Provide feedback here related to current strategies or next steps for improvement for Woodford County Public Schools.

Gifted and Talented Policies and Proecedures Presentation

Early Years & Reading Conections Newsletter

Early Years - Febrauary 2017 (Primeros años)
English Version & Version en espanol

Early Years - January 2017 (Primeros años)

English Version & Version en espanol

Early Years - December 2016 (Primeros años)

English Version & Version en espanol

 


 


 

Core Values

The Woodford County Public Schools believes these core values are an essential foundation to achieving the mission of the district.

P artnership – The Woodford County Public Schools will foster respectful, honest and caring relationships among students, families, staff and the community. We will establish a collaborative effort by all to achieve our common mission.

R espect – The Woodford County Public Schools will show consideration for all. We will seek to understand and accept our students’ diverse needs while maintaining high expectations.

I ntegrity – The Woodford County Public Schools is committed to making decisions based on what is best for students. We will have the courage to do what is right.

D etermination – The Woodford County Public Schools will serve our students with an intentional purpose and tireless focus on student achievement. We are committed to preparing our students for productive citizenship.

E xcellence – the Woodford County Public Schools is dedicated to achieving the highest standard in all that we do. Each employee will provide exemplary service to support student achievement.


Our Philosophy

We, the Board of Education and all employees, recognize that education is a lifelong process. Woodford County Schools continually strive to improve the instructional programs and to make the schools more successful and safer places for our students.

Therefore, the instructional program shall provide:

1. Opportunities for developing the individual potentialities represented in the wide range of differences among pupils, and

2. A common fund of knowledge, values, and skills vital to the welfare of the individual and nation.

 

 

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