Superkids - Rowland Reading Foundation
Kindergarten focuses on the 26 letters of the alphabet. Students systematically learn to read and write letters, to associate letters with sounds, to blend letter-sounds to form words and sentences, and to read and write phonetically regular words as well as Memory Words.
Treasures - Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 2011
The new McGraw-Hill Language Arts for grades k-6 is dedicated to creating effective communicators. Through a careful balance of grammar and writing, students obtain the skills instrumental to personal expression.
McGraw-Hill Language Arts provides...
The grammar fundamentals every student should know
Continuous review of the skills students learn
A strong focus on improving student writing
Opportunities for listening, speaking, viewing, and representing
Exciting photo-essays from TIME for Kids™
Internet Connections that tie technology to themes, skills, and concepts
Accelerated Reader (AR) is the most popular and successful reading product of all time. AR’s advanced technology helps:
Make essential reading practice more effective for every student.
Personalize reading practice to each student’s current level.
Manage all reading activities including read to, read with, and read independently.
Assess students’ reading with four types of quizzes: Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice, Literacy Skills, and Textbook Quizzes.
Build a lifelong love of reading and learning.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Harcourt Social Studies is a comprehensive curriculum solution designed to engage and motivate every student. Through the stories of the intriguing people, exciting places, and fascinating events that make social studies relevant to their lives, students gain a global perspective. They also learn the social studies themes and skills they need to become informed, participating citizens who consider diverse points-of-view, use critical thinking skills, and are active in their communities. Completely aligned to the national standards, the program’s research-proven content provides rigor and depth in an easy-to-read, highly visual format that instantly connects with all types of learners.
Students use computers and iPads as part of their technology curriculum. All the classrooms also have SmartBoards. The 5th and 6th grade class use Chromebooks in preparation for middle school.
These courses are taught by shared-time instructors from Melrose School District who follow the district’s MN standards guidelines.
Progress in Mathematics - Sadlier – Oxford
Fundamentals of Algebra, Foundations of Algebra, Algebra 1
Rigorous content aligns with NCTM Standards and Curriculum Focal Points. Student-centered textbooks instill confidence in all learners.
Call to Faith (School Edition) - Harcourt Religion Publishers
Children’s Daily Prayer
Children's Daily Prayer provides an order of prayer for each day of the school year, as well as Sundays. It is newly written annually to reflect the Lectionary's scriptural cycles and the memorials, feasts, and solemnities of each liturgical year. Designed to be led by students, these short liturgies of the word incorporate the gestures and patterns of Catholic worship, gradually forming students in the traditional rhythms of our prayer. Additional resources include prayer services for special observances, Home Prayer pages with simple rituals for family life, and helpful introductions with background on the liturgical seasons, advice on preparing a classroom environment conducive for prayer, guidance for coaching children as prayer leaders and readers, and music suggestions.
Good News Bible with Deuterocanonicals/Apocrypha Good News Translation -American Bible Society
Science A Closer Look - Macmillan/McGraw-Hill
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill's dynamic science program, Science: A Closer Look, offers students exciting and accessible standards-based lessons. Engaging activities promote curiosity and foster the development of science inquiry skills. Through a consistent and structured learning cycle, students confidently build upon their experiences to develop a lifelong understanding of science concepts.
SJSA students spend one hour Thursday afternoons with a rotation of computer class, Spanish class, and Science lab.