Academics

Dr. Kay Antonelli, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, 574-258-9577

Heather Short, Director of Professional Development and Student Services, 574-258-9590

Carolyn Palonis, Administrative Assistant, 574-2589588

Judy Watson, Secretary, 574-258-9564

In the Learning Division, our discussion and work revolves continuously around Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. These three components are essential in helping our students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for them to advance positively and progressively throughout their education.

Curriculum refers to what our student must learn, instruction refers to the strategies we will use to help our students learn, and assessment refers to the ways we will test our students to see if our students have learned it.

While each one of these components is immensely important, all three must work together to ensure that we are helping our students acquire the knowledge and skills that are essential for their academic growth.

A guide to educational acronyms - Here is a list of common acronyms and what they mean.