Lesson Plans

The quality of the instructional program reflects the effort invested by teachers in developing lesson plans consistent with district curriculum and appropriate to the individual needs of students.

Teachers are expected to prepare lesson plans on a weekly basis. While teachers are not required to submit their weekly lesson plans to the building principal, they may be asked to provide them by the principal at any time, particularly during an observation.

Lesson plans should be of sufficient length and substance to allow a substitute teacher to carry on the course of study and to provide a means by which the building principal may monitor instruction to assure that the educational program in a particular class or activity is consistent with the district-approved course of study.

An up-to-date seating chart, class schedules, and information identifying any classroom student aides or other special student needs should be included in all lesson plan books and emergency lesson plans must be available for substitutes.

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