The Division of Instructional Support continually develops and revises the curriculum guides of all curriculum areas. These guides are usually developed after the adoption of new Alabama Courses of Study, textbooks and instructional software. Teacher advisory committees and the Division of Instructional Support staff meet and correlate State Courses of Study, state assessments (i.e. ARMT, ASHGE, and Stanford 10 objectives), national standards , and state and local curriculum resources including textbooks.
Teachers should utilize curriculum guides as a reference to assist in developing daily lesson plans to ensure that minimum standards set forth in the Courses of Study are met. More information about curriculum guides may be obtained from the supervisor.
Elementary Teacher Handbook (teacher login required)
Internet Use Disclaimer
Use of the Internet access provided by Baldwin County Public School System, carries with it responsibilities and obligations as expressed in the Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy (AUP).
Access to the Internet brings the potential availability of material that may not be of educational value in the context of the school setting. Please note that some material obtained via the Internet might contain items that are illegal, defamatory, inaccurate, or potentially offensive. The accuracy of websites can not be guaranteed. Stringent measures have been implemented to restrict access to these controversial materials. However, on a global network, it is impossible to control all materials. Industrious users may discover inappropriate information, either accidentally or deliberately.
- ensure that only students with valid, signed Internet permission forms, as found within the Pupil Responsibilities and Conduct Standards, are allowed access to any computer connected to the Internet
- provide alternative assignments for students who do not have valid, signed Internet permission forms on file
- monitor/supervise use of the Internet by being actively involved with the students when they are participating in online activities
Realizing that websites are subject to change, teachers will review materials and sites that students will access to determine the appropriateness of the material contained on or accessed through those sites.