Curriculum

With a commitment to excellence, the curriculum department serves and supports the curriculum, instructional, data, and technical needs of the faculty, staff, and community of the Pearl River County School District.

*High Expectations for Academic Excellence*

The faculty and staff of Pearl River County School District are committed to excellence for each student. Student achievement levels are impacted as we work to assure our curriculum and resources address student needs. Our district's curriculum includes the competencies and objectives provided by the MS Department of Education in the curriculum frameworks. This curriculum structure is designed to respond to student needs and abilities while ensuring opportunities for academic excellence.


Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education

Dr. Stacy Baudoin

email: sbaudoin@prc.k12.ms.us

telephone: 601.798.7744, ext. 1033

Instructional Management Plan

2021-2022

Instructional Management



Mississippi Standards

MDE Current Frameworks/Standards

MDE Scaffolding Documents

MDE Instructional Planning Guides

MDE Exemplar Units and Lesson Plans

MDE Teacher Resources

MDE Text Exemplar Lists

English Language Arts

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

CTE

Arts

Physical Education

Health

World Languages

Early Childhood

Business Technology

Driver’s Education

College and Career Readiness

Computer Science

Accelerated Programs

Pacing Guides (viewable through shared Curriculum Drive)



More Resources

Cursive Writing

Keyboarding Guidance

Instructional Strategies



Professional Development

Pearl River County School District Professional Development Plan

MDE Professional Development



For Parents


The Mississippi Department of Education developed family guides to assist with grade-level at home strategies and activities that support both student and parent understanding of the English language arts and mathematics standards. Parents can use the activity booklets at home to support what their children are learning in the classroom.



The Family Guide for Student Success booklets outline what children should know and be able to do in English language arts and mathematics at each grade level from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. These booklets can be accessed at the following link:


Family Guides for Student Success