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K-8 Adoptions

Curriculum purchased at the K-8 level is part of a cycle of adoptions led by the State of California.  The state identifies approved lists of curriculum, and then the district in conjunction with the El Dorado County Office of Education identifies curriculum for adoption.  The process is designed to ensure that teachers have meaningful input into the decision making process.  Furthermore, opportunities are provided for parent and public input. 

The following is a list of subjects and titles of adoptions over the past nine years.

Mathematics - 2013-14  Adopted in 2013-14 and purchased for implementation in Fall, 2014.

K-6 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: California Go Math!

 

Mathematics - 2008 - Adopted Spring of 2008, puchased in Spring of 2009 and implementet in Fall of 2010.

6-8 Holt:
Holt California Math, Course I (6th), Course 2 (7th), Algebra I (8th)

 

Science - 2007

 K-5th Scott Foresman:
California Science

6th - 8th Prentice Hall
Middle Grades Science

History/Social Science - 2006

Kindergarten through 3rd Grade Grades 4-5                          Grades 6-8                        
Harcourt Brace - Reflections, California Series Pearson Scott-Foresman,
Scott Foresman History-Social Science for California
Teacher's Curriculum Institute (TCI) History Alive! California Middle
Schools Program

 

Kinder through 6th Grade Grades 7-8                               
Saxon Math  

Language Arts - 2004

 

Kinder through 5th Grade Grades 6-8
Houghton Mifflin Reading                                                                    

9-12 Adoptions

Mathematics - 2013-14

Prentice Hall: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

History/Social Science - 2006

 

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 11
Advanced Placement

Grade 12

World History - Mc Dougal Littell - Modern World History US HIstory - Glenco McGraw-Hill - American Vision AP US History - McDougal Littell - The American Pageant 13th Edition; Economics - Holt, Reinhart, Winston - Holt Economics Down Wall Street and Your Street
      Civics - Prentice Hall - Magruder's American Government