Notice of Academic Standards

Annual Notice of Academic Standards for the 2019‐2020 School Year

Waterford Union High School

NOTICE OF THE ACADEMIC STANDARDS THAT ARE IN THE EFFECT FOR THE 2019‐2020 SCHOOL YEAR

2015 Wisconsin Act 55, as part of the 2015‐17 Biennial State Budget, state law requires the district to provide parents and guardians of all enrolled students with notice of the academic standards in mathematics, science, reading and writing, geography, and history that have been adopted by the school board and that will be in effect during each school year. Accordingly, the District academic standards that will be in effect for these specific content areas for this school year are listed below. Electronic links to the detailed version of the applicable standards are provided when available or by visiting the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Academic Standards website. To the extent a parent or guardian would like to review a copy of any of the standards in an alternative format, please contact the principal's office. To the extent a parent or guardian would like to review a copy of course specific curriculum, please contact the principal’s office.

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Content Area

The District's 2019‐2020 Academic Standards

English (includes reading and writing)

Waterford Union High School English courses provide curriculum aligned to the

Wisconsin Academic Standards (WAS).

Mathematics

Waterford Union High School mathematics courses provide curriculum aligned to the Wisconsin Academic Standards (WAS).

Science

Waterford Union High School science courses provide curriculum aligned to the

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Social Studies (includes geography and
history)

Waterford Union High School social studies courses provide curriculum aligned to the Wisconsin Academic Standards (WAS).

Advanced Placement

Specialty courses, such as those in the Advanced Placement program, follow rigorous curriculum based the on academic standards established by the College Board.

Transcripted Credit Courses

Transcripted Credit courses are postsecondary courses, which are taught at a high school by teachers certified to teach those courses. Curriculum for these courses is based on academic standards established at the postsecondary level.

If you have any questions about this notice, please contact the District Office at 262‐534‐9059. This notice is issued pursuant to Section 120.12(13 ) of Wisconsin State Statutes.



Annual Notice of Academic Standards
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