Hickman Mills C-1 School District eCurriculum

5-14-2008

HICKMAN MILLS C-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT PARTNERS WITH ALLOFE TO IMPLEMENT ECURRICULUM

Curriculum management systems are helping districts manage curriculum across all schools and classrooms.  They allow a district to track what is being taught in the classroom and ensure that they are meeting the standards set at the national, state and district levels.   Hickman Mills C-1 School District in Kansas City, Missouri chose AllofE’s eCurriculum to manage their curriculum mapping process. The web based application meets the specific requirements of the district and the state of Missouri and comes pre-loaded with Missouri's GLE's, Show-Me Standards and Performance Goals.

With eCurriculum, the district will be able to define the What, When, and How of classroom instruction. It allows teachers to create curriculum maps and align the units to GLE's, state standards and goals. It assists teachers by providing them with a guide to what to teach, when it is taught, and how to conduct activities and assessments. The system delivers real time curriculum guidelines and course information to teachers giving them a road map to successful classroom instruction.

About Hickman Mills C-1 School District 

Hickman Mills C-1 School District was established in 1902, when the Hickman Mills area schools became the first Consolidated School District in the state of Missouri. Over the past 100 years, the district has grown from less than 100 students to an enrollment today of 7,047 students. Each of the district's schools strives for academic excellence. The schools include: eight elementary schools, two middle schools, two senior high schools, two special schools along with a comprehensive gifted program, an early childhood center and an alternative school. 

--Information courtesy of: http://schoolweb.missouri.edu/hickman.k12.mo.us/