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Curriculum & Instruction

Princeton ISD believes that there should be a tight alignment between the printed curriculum of the state and the district and the taught curriculum within every classroom.  The district provides teachers with an instructional framework for creating lessons by . . .

  • Utilizing the scope and sequence and instructional focus documents created by the TEKS Resource System (TRS) for purposeful planning and alignment to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)
  • Establishing a district-wide template for creating lesson units that employ research-based strategies for instructional design.

Teachers by grade level and content area work collaboratively utilizing a variety of resources to establish essential learning goals and plan units of instruction with a comprehensive focus on teaching strategies that meet individual student needs.

The district further believes that there should be a tight alignment between the curriculum and tools assessing students’ obtained knowledge of the taught curriculum. Assessment data are used by teachers to measure, evaluate, and revise curriculum and instructional practices.

If at any time you wish to see additional information regarding the curriculum, please contact:

Curriculum Department

Casey Gunnels
Assistant Superintendent of Education

Rachel Nicks
Executive Director of Elementary Education

Beatriz Velasco
Curriculum Secretary & Central Office Receptionist

Instructional Coaches
Kimberlie Shey Pre-k - 2nd
Romina Varillas PreK - 2nd
Chelsea Lindstrom 3-5 ELAR
Jessica Koenigseder 3-5 ELAR
Kristen Blaede 3-5 Math
Jennifer Zschau 3-5 Math
Michelle Hall 3-5 Science / Social Studies
Becky Lindquist 3-5 Science / Social Studies
Ashley Bonilla 9-12 Social Studies
Brandon Barter 6-9 Social Studies
Christine Clark 9-12 ELAR
Danielle Hiebert 6-8 ELAR
Whitney Nelson 9-12 Math
Meghan Meyer 6-8 Math
Scott Townsend 9-12 Science
Jody Gerber 6-8 Science
Robert Brown  K-12 technology