Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment

The Clinton Community School District is invested in providing students with the best education we can offer through a strong PreK-12 scope and sequence of curriculum, purposeful and differentiated instructional practices, and a balanced system of formative, summative and benchmark assessment. Our curriculum, developed to align with the Common Core State Standards, Wisconsin State Standards, and/or Next Generation Science Standards, provides students with daily learning targets and course/subject/grade level essential learning understanding to ensure that students are learning the necessary content and developing the necessary skills to meet grade level benchmarks on their road towards academic success. Our instructional practices are designed to adjust for the needs of all learners through data-driven differentiation, technology integration, and Response to Intervention (RtI). We understand that not all students learn the same way or progress at the same rate, so we worked hard to provide multiple pathways for students to find success and growth in each year of their education.  Throughout the learning process, we use multiple types of assessments to measure students growth and progress. We share these assessments through different avenues including standardized and screening test results, report cards, and formal/informal conferences with students and parents.

Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
608-676-2275 ext. 3028

  • Clinton Community School District
  • 112 Milwaukee Road, P.O. Box 566, Clinton, WI 53525
  • Phone: 608-676-5482 | Fax: 608-676-4444