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Middle School Curriculum

Webster middle schools are designed with the 7 Essential Elements of Successful Middle Schools in mind. 

  1. A philosophy and mission that reflect the intellectual and developmental needs and characteristics of young adolescents (youth 10-14 years of age).
  2. An educational program that is comprehensive, challenging, purposeful, integrated, relevant, and standards-based.
  3. An organization and structure that support both academic excellence and personal development.
  4. Classroom instruction appropriate to the needs and characteristics of young adolescents provided by skilled and knowledgeable teachers.
  5. Strong educational leadership and a building administration that encourage, facilitate, and sustain involvement, participation, and partnerships.
  6. A network of academic and personal support available for all students.
  7. Professional learning and staff development for all staff that are ongoing, planned, purposeful, and collaboratively developed.

To learn more about grade level curriculum please click on the pictures below.    

Picture of student with text "Grade 6 Curriculum" hyperlinked to curriculum document.Picture of student with text "Grade 7 Curriculum" hyperlinked to curriculum document.Picture of student with text "Grade 8 Curriculum" hyperlinked to curriculum document.

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