Content and Learning

     Working in partnership to ensure Academic achievement, responsible Behavior, and Civic engagement.

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Welcome to a Great District!

  • Everything in Blue is a Clickable Link!

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  • Student Learning, Books, and Programs

    Four Questions Guide Learning at PCSD:What do we want our students to know and be able to do?
    How do we know when they know it?
    What do we do if they don’t know it?
    What do we do if they do?

    What Do We Want Students to Know and Be Able to Do?Vision, Beliefs, and Goals PCSD partners have identified a vision, beliefs, and goals for academics, behavior, and civic engagement as well as for …

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  • The Nebraska Student Centered Assessment System

    Nebraska looks at assessment as a system that includes instructional support, ways to monitor what students know, and an annual test showing is a student is meeting state standards.

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  • Setting Priorities

    What are our priorities-in all subjects and all grade levels?

    Reading closely
    Discussing effectively
    Writing using valid arguments and evidence

    We know this will impact learning!

    Link to complete list of priority standards and expectations

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  • Learning Framework!

    PCSD is working with a learning framework based on the teacher evaluation plan.

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  • Growth Mindset

    Student learning is impacted by how they think about challenging situations. See below for

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  • Getting Students to Think!

    PCSD Student Council Representatives Encourage all Students to:Be PersistentRaise QuestionsAccept ChallengesFind Solutions
    Take time to celebrate these habits!

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  • Grief and Depression

    Grief and depression are real issues for teens. Here are some resources that might be helpful when supporting youth as they face these issues.
    Helping Your Teen Cope with Grief
    How to Help a Grieving Teen
    Depression and High School Students
    Parent's Guide to Teen Depression

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  • Larson, Dr. Cherie

    Business: (402) 296-3361
    Email: clarson@pcsd.org
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