Course Descriptions

K-5 Classes/Curriculum

The WIA K-5 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. A majority of the curriculum is available in English and Spanish.

Math: iReady Math - Students will complete iReady math lessons as part of their personal pathway and teacher assigned lessons.

Reading/Writing - Wonders (English)/Maravillas (Spanish) and Lexia Reading Core 5
Students will use print and digital resources with their teacher to build strong literacy foundations, access complex fiction and nonfiction texts, and build social emotional learning skills.

Science: Mystery Science -Students will work with their teacher using video guided lessons and hands-on activities to solve mysteries surrounding the natural world. 

*Fitness, Art and Music: TBD

6-8 Curriculum 

The WIA 6-8 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. Some of the following curriculum is available in English and Spanish.

English/Language Arts (ELA): Springboard ELA

Math: Big Ideas Math

Science: STC Middle School Kit Curriculum

Electives: TBD

9-12 Curriculum

The WIA 9-12 curriculum will use the APEX Learning online digital program. This is a fully-accredited program offering courses that are aligned with current high school content as well as electives.

School Athletics/Activities & Grade Checks
The regulations governing minimum GPA as outlined in the WSD Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook apply to WIA courses and students as well. WIA students involved in athletics/activities must meet “continuous progress” throughout the term in order to be given a passing grade. Students requesting a grade check from the instructor will be given a pass/fail grade until the end of the term. If there is a reason to believe that an interim grade would assist the student in becoming eligible, an appeal can be made by the building principal, athletic director, the parent of the student to the instructor for such grade. The student must still be meeting continuous progress for the grade to be valid. All requests to the instructor must be made via email.

Graduation Requirements

TBD

Daily Schedules

Students will be assigned specific times to meet with their teacher for class time, office hours, and for individual student work time. Individual student support time will be scheduled on the basis of need. Note: Teachers will also be available by email or phone to answer student questions. 

*WSD is currently working on options for free and reduced breakfast/lunch pick up.

Scheduling of Classes

Students will be scheduled into their required classes by a counselor. Kindergarten students will be registered for a half day program. Additionally, students in grades 6-12 will be scheduled into elective classes. Schedule changes may be made on an individual basis if within 15 days of the class start date.  Dropping a class after the first 15 days will result in an “I” (Incomplete) on the student’s report card/transcript for high school students.

K-5 Classes/Curriculum

The WIA K-5 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. A majority of the curriculum is available in English and Spanish. Any texts/workbooks that are needed for daily lessons will need to be picked up at an assigned location prior to the first day of school. Additional materials may need to be picked up at an assigned location throughout the school year. 

Reading/Writing
Wonders
(English)/Maravillas (Spanish) and Lexia Reading Core 5
-Students will use print and digital resources with their teacher to build strong literacy foundations, access complex fiction and nonfiction texts, and build social emotional learning skills.

Math: 
Ready Classroom Math and iReady Math
-Students will with their teacher and complete online iReady math lessons as part of their personal pathway and assigned lessons.

Science: 
Mystery Science
 
-Students will work with their teacher using online video guided lessons and hands-on activities to solve mysteries surrounding the natural world. 

*Fitness, Art and Music:
Specialist classes and resources will be assigned weekly.  These may vary from what students in classrooms are doing.

Half-day Kindergarten Daily Schedule

K-5 Daily Schedule

6-8 Curriculum

The WIA 6-8 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. Some of the following curriculum is available in English and Spanish.  Any texts/workbooks that are needed for daily lessons will need to be picked up at an assigned location prior to the first day of school. Additional materials may need to be picked up at an assigned location throughout the school year. 

English/Language Arts (ELA): 
Springboard ELA

Math: 
Big Ideas Math

Science: 
STC Middle School Kit Curriculum

*Fitness, Art and Music: specialist classes and resources will be assigned weekly but may not exactly look like what is happening in the classroom.

6-8 Daily Schedule

9-12 Curriculum 

Students will use the APEX virtual learning program for accruing credits through the WIA. These courses are approved by OSPI and are fully accredited.  WSD teachers and/or counselors will facilitate and assist students with pacing and goal setting as well as offer help in content areas. 

9-12 Schedule

Students will have daily check-ins with their teachers and work to complete daily assignments within each unit and course.  Students have the flexibility to work on assignments and assessments on their own schedule. Sample, suggested schedule coming soon.

Course Descriptions

K-5 Classes/Curriculum

The WIA K-5 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. A majority of the curriculum is available in English and Spanish.

Math: iReady Math - Students will complete iReady math lessons as part of their personal pathway and teacher assigned lessons.

Reading/Writing - Wonders (English)/Maravillas (Spanish) and Lexia Reading Core 5
Students will use print and digital resources with their teacher to build strong literacy foundations, access complex fiction and nonfiction texts, and build social emotional learning skills.

Science: Mystery Science -Students will work with their teacher using video guided lessons and hands-on activities to solve mysteries surrounding the natural world. 

*Fitness, Art and Music: TBD

6-8 Curriculum 

The WIA 6-8 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. Some of the following curriculum is available in English and Spanish.

English/Language Arts (ELA): Springboard ELA

Math: Big Ideas Math

Science: STC Middle School Kit Curriculum

Electives: TBD

9-12 Curriculum

The WIA 9-12 curriculum will use the APEX Learning online digital program. This is a fully-accredited program offering courses that are aligned with current high school content as well as electives.

School Athletics/Activities & Grade Checks
The regulations governing minimum GPA as outlined in the WSD Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook apply to WIA courses and students as well. WIA students involved in athletics/activities must meet “continuous progress” throughout the term in order to be given a passing grade. Students requesting a grade check from the instructor will be given a pass/fail grade until the end of the term. If there is a reason to believe that an interim grade would assist the student in becoming eligible, an appeal can be made by the building principal, athletic director, the parent of the student to the instructor for such grade. The student must still be meeting continuous progress for the grade to be valid. All requests to the instructor must be made via email.

Graduation Requirements

TBD

Daily Schedules

Students will be assigned specific times to meet with their teacher for class time, office hours, and for individual student work time. Individual student support time will be scheduled on the basis of need. Note: Teachers will also be available by email or phone to answer student questions. 

*WSD is currently working on options for free and reduced breakfast/lunch pick up.

Scheduling of Classes

Students will be scheduled into their required classes by a counselor. Kindergarten students will be registered for a half day program. Additionally, students in grades 6-12 will be scheduled into elective classes. Schedule changes may be made on an individual basis if within 15 days of the class start date.  Dropping a class after the first 15 days will result in an “I” (Incomplete) on the student’s report card/transcript for high school students.

K-5 Classes/Curriculum

The WIA K-5 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. A majority of the curriculum is available in English and Spanish. Any texts/workbooks that are needed for daily lessons will need to be picked up at an assigned location prior to the first day of school. Additional materials may need to be picked up at an assigned location throughout the school year. 

Reading/Writing
Wonders
(English)/Maravillas (Spanish) and Lexia Reading Core 5
-Students will use print and digital resources with their teacher to build strong literacy foundations, access complex fiction and nonfiction texts, and build social emotional learning skills.

Math: 
Ready Classroom Math and iReady Math
-Students will with their teacher and complete online iReady math lessons as part of their personal pathway and assigned lessons.

Science: 
Mystery Science
 
-Students will work with their teacher using online video guided lessons and hands-on activities to solve mysteries surrounding the natural world. 

*Fitness, Art and Music:
Specialist classes and resources will be assigned weekly.  These may vary from what students in classrooms are doing.

Half-day Kindergarten Daily Schedule

K-5 Daily Schedule

6-8 Curriculum

The WIA 6-8 curriculum is consistent with much of the curriculum used in the classrooms of Wenatchee School District.  Curriculum focuses on Common Core State Standards for reading and mathematics and Next Generation Science Standards for science. Some of the following curriculum is available in English and Spanish.  Any texts/workbooks that are needed for daily lessons will need to be picked up at an assigned location prior to the first day of school. Additional materials may need to be picked up at an assigned location throughout the school year. 

English/Language Arts (ELA): 
Springboard ELA

Math: 
Big Ideas Math

Science: 
STC Middle School Kit Curriculum

*Fitness, Art and Music: specialist classes and resources will be assigned weekly but may not exactly look like what is happening in the classroom.

6-8 Daily Schedule

9-12 Curriculum 

Students will use the APEX virtual learning program for accruing credits through the WIA. These courses are approved by OSPI and are fully accredited.  WSD teachers and/or counselors will facilitate and assist students with pacing and goal setting as well as offer help in content areas. 

9-12 Schedule

Students will have daily check-ins with their teachers and work to complete daily assignments within each unit and course.  Students have the flexibility to work on assignments and assessments on their own schedule. Sample, suggested schedule coming soon.