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–The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District is conducting a public display of online curriculum from Edgenuity for grades 6-12. The public display will be held from now, until Feb. 28 from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the lobby of the district office located at 800 Niblick Road. The purpose of the public display is to provide the community the opportunity to give input on the recommended online curriculum before submission to the school board of trustees for adoption.

Edgenuity, a comprehensive 6-12 program is an all-digital curriculum built around Calif. Common Core state standards for all core areas. Edgenuity delivers interactive experiences that inspire students to read more critically, write more vividly, and apply their learning to real-world scenarios in a rigorous and relevant way. Lessons are supported by embedded pre-recorded teacher lectures, interactive review games, on-screen reading and writing activities, and teacher-graded research projects and presentations.

The courses available for grades 6-8 include all required core subjects with the addition of world languages and career exploration electives. The courses available for grades 9-12 meet the CSU/UC requirements for students to be A-G compliant along with providing a substantial list of electives for students to explore.

The board will be presented with this curriculum at their regular meeting on March 14.

For more information, please contact the district Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Dana Budd, at (805) 769-1000 or

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