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Christine Power, PhD

Director of Instruction and Innovation

459 Main Street, Third Floor
Medfield, MA 02052
Phone: (508) 359-2302
Fax: (508) 359-9829


CURRICULUM RESOURCES

MEDFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS LEARNING MAPS

These maps are aligned to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education frameworks and provide families with content and pacing information for the 2020-2021 school year.  Please keep in mind that these are a work in progress and will be adapted throughout the year as teachers design and implement curricula that best meet the needs of their learners. 


ELEMENTARY

Elementary K-5

Elementary Visual Arts

Elementary Music

Elementary Health and Wellness

Elementary World Language


BLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Middle School Mathematics

Middle School English

Middle School Social Studies

Middle School Science

Middle School Visual Arts

Middle School Music

Middle School Health and Wellness

Middle School World Language


MEDFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

High School Mathematics

High School English

High School Social Studies

High School Science

High School Visual Arts

High School Music

High School Wellness

High School World Language


MA DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM GUIDES 

These guides, designed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, provide families with information to understand what students are expected to know and be able to do by the end of each grade.

Pre Kindergarten

Kindergarten

Grade One

Grade Two

Grade Three

Grade Four

Grade Five

Grade Six

Grade Seven

Grade Eight

High School


MA DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM RESOURCES

Current Frameworks

Standards Navigator


Educator PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & LICENSURE RESOURCES

Medfield Public Schools are committed to supporting high-quality instruction within all its schools. As such, educators have multiple opportunities to expand their knowledge and hone their skills. Within the SmartEDU portal are curated resources that help support teacher growth. Teachers are encouraged to visit regularly to seek new professional development opportunities, obtain relevant forms and guides, and document experiences for the purposes of licensure and contractual lane changes