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Multicultural Education

Multicultural Education and Projects

Each year the grade level teams specifically target multiple cultural projects to enhance their curriculum. They focus on celebrating cultures in their classrooms and allow students to share their own unique experiences. The teachers collaborate to expand on the cultural focuses identified in the ELA Benchmark curriculum. These projects include STEM activites, research projects, literature studies, as well as arts.

 

Benchmark Curriculum

The Benchmark curriculum includes texts from Kindrergarten through 5th grade that provide a study of diverse people, cutltures, and the importance of valuing one another's contributions. 

Supplemental Curriculum

 Core Curriculum is supplemented with many resources that are often researched based in an effort to enhance instruction.  Supplemental curriculum is highly engaging and designed to meet the needs of all students. 

 

Focus Group Achievement

Every year, teachers analyze site, district, and state data results to determine students who are at risk of not meeting grade level expectations, with specific attention to our focus group (Hispanic, Black, Asian, Special Education and LCAP) students to ensure appropriate, targeted intevention is provided to close the achievement gap.  Classroom teachers provide both Tier I and Tier II classroom academic interventions.  Intervention teachers provide in-class/push-in support to these students at the Tier II level as well.  In addition, intervention teachers provide more intensive pull out Tier III support at the student's instructional level.  Staff recommends and ensures our focus group students receive the approprite level of RTI academic support.  Teachers meet with administration during annual TGLE conferences to addess the concerns and needs of these students. 
 

Educating Students About Sexual Harassment, Gender Equity, Racial Bullying and Digital Citizenship

Each quarter Mountain View staff conducts school wide assemblies for students in grade 1st-6th surrounding topics of sexual harassment, gender equity, and racial bullying, in addition to monthly Character Counts lessons.  All students in K-6 are taught a series of 3 or more lessons on the appropriate use of technology through the support and guidance of classroom teachers and/or our Techonology Teacher on Special Assignment taken from the district's Digital Citizenship required lessons.
2002 E. Alluvial Ave.
Fresno, CA 93720
(559) 327-7500


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