School Wide Learning Expectation
A CRLS student reads for information and understanding.
Janice Tingle, Language Arts Curriculum Coordinator, K-12
Linda G. Mason, Dean of ELA Curriculum and Program, 9-12
Teachers: Nicholas Bacigalupi, Kathleen Clinton, Wambui Githiora- Updike, Jennifer Hogue, Amanda Hughes, Steven Jordan, Natasha Labaze, Ariel Maloney, Steven Matteo, Lynsey Page, Mark Seide, Joan Soble, Tanya Trayer, Marya Wegman, and Courtney Wilkes.
The English curriculum is designed to build students proficiencies sequentially. The curriculum concentrates on reading, writing and oral communication. Four years of English is required for graduation; English 9, English 10 and English 11 and an elective the fourth year. In grade s nine, ten and eleven, all English courses are required and offered at the College Preparatory and Honors level. Each course in the sequence from grade nine through twelve is designed to support students prepare for college, work and the world beyond high school.
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