Welcome to the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Accountability. I joined Williston School District in July 2016 and I have been excited to assist with the implementation of many new initiatives and strategies to raise student achievement in our district.
The Director of Curriculum and Instructional coordinates all Federal Programs, State and Local Assessments, Professional Development Activities, District Pacing and Curriculum Documents, Textbooks, Goals and Strategic Plans in the areas of curriculum and instruction. As the Director, I work closely with all administrators and supervisors in the district to assist in the coordination of programs, implementation of policy and consistent practice.
I look forward to working with administrators and teachers as we focus on improving student achievement, enhancing teachers’ instruction, clarifying the state required curriculum, providing resources to our school based administrators, and planning for the future of Williston County Schools.
Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Accountability
Title IX Statement of Compliance: Williston School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, or language in the education programs or activities it operates.
School Support Contacts:
Egeria Bostick, K-8 Literacy Coach, email@example.com
April Smith, K-2 Instructional Coach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally Fickling, Special Education Instructional Coach, email@example.com
Windy Stephenson, Elementary MTSS Support Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Ulmer, Middle MTSS Support Specialist, email@example.com
Tony Flowers, High MTSS Support Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Betsy Portune, Gifted and Talented Coordinator, email@example.com
Lynette Corder, ESOL Teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org
District and school report cards link
District Strategic Renewal Plan
Policy IKE-R Read To Succeed Third Grade Retention
Policy IKE Promotion/Retention of Students
WSD Promotion/Retention Rubric (updated 2019-2020)
MAP Cut Scores by Grade Level
August 2019 Newsletter