Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
The Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment team is responsible for the development, implementation, assessment and ongoing revision of all courses of study within Centerville City Schools.
The department promotes instructional practices that empower, challenge and support students' academic, intellectual, social and emotional needs. They also administer and interpret state and local testing requirements, and this data is used to monitor growth and inform instructional decision-making.
The following services and programs are coordinated by the Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment to support students, staff and families:
Resources for 6-12 Families
Click on the following links for additional information.
Leading the Rebound
Click on the following links for information about teacher planning and preparation, intervention and remediation, and grant funding related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Centerville City Schools earned an overall rating of five stars – the highest possible mark school districts can achieve.
Colin Seale, founder and CEO of ThinkLaw and author of Tangible Equity, shared practical instructional strategies that boost students’ critical thinking skills with more than 200 of our educators on Aug. 9.
A group of teachers, students, parents, administrators and community leaders met and shared their perspectives throughout the spring, eventually developing a Portrait of an Elk.