The Butte School District provides rigorous, relevant researched- based curriculum and supports implementation of best instructional practices to sustain high student achievement based on data.

The Butte School District Balanced Approach to Assessment:

Curriculum FlowchartThe Butte School District's Assessment Program is designed to support the learning of all students. The purpose of assessment is to gather evidence to inform instructional decisions and encourage continued academic progress among all students. The Butte School District strives to provide a multi-level assessment program that ensures that all instructional decisions are based on reliable and accurate information across all levels.


Butte School District is dedicated to equipping all students with the necessary tools to be effective citizens and skilled members of the workforce in the 21st Century. The Butte School District's Mathematics Curriculum is designed to provide rigorous content where students are engaged in mathematical work that promotes deep knowledge of content, analytical reasoning, and the use of appropriate mathematical tools.


Science Curriculum The Butte School District Science Curriculum was developed to allow all students to achieve scientific literacy. Students who are scientifically literate understand core science concepts of life, earth and physical science, use scientific reasoning, and recognize the interactions among science and technology and society. The science curriculum supports an inquiry-based approach to science education, which includes hands-on laboratory experiences for all students. The Butte School District recognizes the importance to engage students in science investigations that foster the students’ natural curiosity and provide opportunities to communicate and evaluate information. Partnerships between the District, community organizations, and institutions of higher education contribute significantly to sustaining a quality science education. Students and teachers benefit from the expertise, resources, and advanced studies provided through the collaborative efforts of these partnerships.

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