To thrive in today’s world, students need both breadth and depth in their educational experience.
We give students opportunities to explore their interests and cultivate uniquely differentiated
strengths. Our curriculum taps into students’ natural curiosity, is developmentally aligned, is
flexible, and is mastery based.
Inspire Elementary’s curriculum includes objectives in five major areas.
Bridges in Mathematics is a comprehensive PK–5 curriculum that equips teachers to fully
implement the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in a manner that is rigorous,
coherent, engaging, and accessible to all learners. The curriculum focuses on developing
students’ deep understandings of mathematical concepts, proficiency with key skills, and ability
to solve complex and novel problems.
Wonders is designed to foster students’ growth as readers, writers, communicators, and life-ready
learners. Through exploration of texts and daily development of their skills, students experience
the power of literacy. Drawing upon decades of literacy research, Wonders delivers high-quality
literacy instruction backed by the Science of Reading. The program is underpinned by the
findings of preeminent reading researchers—because modern classrooms should be served by
proven instructional practices.
Amplify Science is a K–8 science curriculum that blends hands-on investigations, literacy-rich
activities, and interactive digital tools to empower students to think, read, write, and argue like
real scientists and engineers.
In inquiry-based social studies, students learn through investigation, similar to the kinds of
investigation that happen in experiment-based science classes. Investigations start with a
question that students explore as they learn. Then, they gather evidence from different sources to
help them answer the question. Finally, they come to conclusions and share their findings with
Students complete the adaptive iReady diagnostic four times per year. This provides teacher the
opportunity to determine student growth and identify next steps for support. Additionally, grades
2-5 utilize the iReady Standards Mastery assessments to determine mastery towards state
standards. Finally, following the iReady diagnostic, an individualized lesson plan is created for
students to work on skills needed for growth. Students complete these lessons in class and can
also work from home.
Here are the 23/24 School Year Assessment dates.
Inspire Elementary offers the following Specials classes: Art, Library, Music, Physical Education. Click on the Specials Skills Development at Inspire link to learn more about how each specials class enhances academic skills development and life skills.