Curriculum/Staff Development


    “We believe that a strong curriculum must have excellent instruction and be provided with the resources necessary to ensure student success. In addition, the district is committed to reporting student performance criteria that accurately reflects the mission of Johnsburg Central School.”


    1. To implement curriculum possibilities to help further prepare students for college entrance.

            a)     To research, and to possibly create courses that could provide college credit.
            b)     Advanced Placement Classes (look at the possibility of teaching an advanced science class in the future, ie: AP Biology) 
            c)     Distance Learning Classes. 
            d)     To talk with SUNY Adirondack to offer classes to our students.

    (Additional conversation on AP vs. College Credit offerings)
    2. Invite professionals within the communities or past graduates to come in at lunch time to discuss careers.
    3. Train the staff on the different mental health issues to be better equipped to identify students in need of help to increase school safety. 
    4. Research where our students attend 2ndary education to help make decisions on future curriculum.    
    5. Staff  Development for issues including, school violence, mental health, and bullying. 

    Committee Members: 
    School Contact Person: Heather Flanagan
    Tom Ordway, Michael Sharp