After three years of work, Triple C
School recently released its updated curriculum to parents.
The event showcased the updated
curriculum along with its supporting resources to a large crowd of parents, who
were given the opportunity to review the new resources. Meanwhile, they
enthusiastically greeted news of the curriculum changes.
“I am so happy to see this project
brought to completion. It will be so helpful to teachers, parents, students and
anyone who wants to see the strengths of Triple C School, and it will help me
to monitor the growth and progress of my children,” said Briana Ebanks, parent
of a fifth-grader and a seventh-grader.
For the school, the task of meeting
and exceeding the National Standards of the United States, along with the
National Standards of the Cayman Islands and Christian standards, was
challenging at times. However, teachers and administrators worked together and
focused their efforts until the curriculum was completed.
“It was a lot of work, but I found
the project professionally stimulating. I am sure we will all be able to better
meet the needs of our students with this structure in place,” said Linda
Williams, English Department chair and English Curriculum leader.
Grade level expectations have been
completed for mathematics and English and are now available online. As
expectations for the other courses are developed, they will be available
online, school officials said.