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Kansas College & Career Ready Standards


Welcome to the Spring Hill School District information page about the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards. The goal of this page is to provide parents and stakeholders of the district with information about the standards, what it is and how it will be implemented in the coming years. This is a national effort to standardize what students across the country need to learn in four core areas.

According to the Kansas Department of Education, "the standards provide clear goals for student learning in different subject areas and help teachers ensure their students have the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in the future." School districts in the state of Kansas will be transitioning to the new standards in the 2013-14 school year.

In the Spring Hill School District, the implementation schedule is as follows:

School Year Kansas College and Career Ready Standards Implementation

2011-2012

Kindergarten-2nd Grade Math

2012-2013

3rd - 8th Grade Math

2013-2014

High School Math, All Grades - Language Arts

In the left-hand menu, you will find a Resources page where you will find hyperlinks to helpful information regarding the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards. In addition, you can find grade-level guides on the Grade-Level Guides web page. Finally, a district summary entitled, "College and Career Ready Standards" is posted below for your reference. 

Kansas College & Career Ready Standards Summary (pdf, 382.91KB)

In addition, the Kansas State Department of Education has provided the following materials:

The Curriculum Department will continue to share information with stakeholders and add pertinent information to this web page as it becomes available. We hope you find this information helpful as the Spring Hill School District transitions to the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards.

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