What will your child learn at school?
The State of Michigan decides what your student will learn at school. The Michigan Department of Education has established standards and benchmarks that all school districts must follow. School districts are given the flexibility to choose their own textbooks, resources, materials, and methods, but all schools must achieve the same results. These standard and bench marks can be found within the Michigan Curriculum Framework. Within the framework, you will find Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCE's). GLCE's were created by the State of Michigan to provide a greater clarity for what students are expected to know and be able to do by the end of each grade, expectations for each grade level have been developed for science, mathematics, language arts, social studies and physical education.
K-8 Science GLCE's
K-8 Mathematics GLCE's
K-8 Language Arts GLCE's
K-8 Social Studies GLCE's
K-8 Physical Education GLCE's
Caledonia Community Schools meet these standards, benchmarks, and GLCE's by following our district curriculum which is correlated with the Michigan Curriculum Framework. In Addition, You can view our elemntary school school at our district curriculum page.