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Middle School Resources

Below are the resources that either teachers or students utilize throughout the school day. Click on the picture to learn more about each resource.

Middle School Curriculum

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Teacher & Student Resource for all 6-8 ELA classes

**Student access through School Passport**

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Resource for Exploring Spanish and Heritage Spanish Classes

**Student access through School Passport**


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Resource for Spanish 1

**Student access through School Passport**

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Project Lead the Way

Resource for Middle School Computer Classes

**Student access through Clever**

Big Ideas Math

Big Ideas Math

Teacher & Student Resource for 6-8 Math

**Only available in Canvas**

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The Concord Consortium

Teacher & Student Resource for Middle School Science

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Second Step

Our Social Emotional Resource for both teachers and students. 

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The Kansas Journey

Teacher & Student digital resource supporting 7th grade Social Studies.

**Student access through School Passport**


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Teacher & Student digital resource supporting Social Studies. 

**Student access through School Passport and Canvas**


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College & Career Readiness Resource. 

**Student access through School Passport**

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are learning, teaching and research materials in any format and medium that reside in the public domain or are under copyright that have been released under an open license, that permit no-cost access, re-use, re-purpose, adaptation and redistribution by others. A

Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum (GVC) is a mechanism through which all students have an equal opportunity (time and access) to learn rigorous standards. They ensure content alignment from one grade level to the next, with pacing guides helping identify when each standard is addressed in the curriculum. These guides help support educators with standards-based planning, which, when paired with research-based instructional strategies from the KCK Model of Instruction, promotes equity. This gives all children an equal opportunity to learn rigorous, essential content.