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Please select the appropriate grade level below.

K-8 School

Art

K12 Art Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Art K7245ListDescription
Art 17245ListDescription
Art 27245ListDescription
Art 37245ListDescription
Art 47245ListDescription
Intermediate Art: American A7245ListDescription
Intermediate Art: American B7245ListDescription
Intermediate Art: World A7245ListDescription
Intermediate Art: World B7245ListDescription

History

K12 History Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
History K7245ListDescription
History 17260ListDescription
History 210860ListDescription
History 310860ListDescription
History 410860ListDescription
American History Before 186518060ListDescription
American History Since 186518060ListDescription
Utah Studies 7ListDescription
Intermediate World History A: Prehistory Through Middle Ages18060ListDescription
Intermediate World History B: Our Modern Word, 1400 to 191718060ListDescription

Keyboarding

Typing Agent

Learn to Type. Love the Fun.

Students will learn:

  • Critical keyboarding skills.
  • How to type code.
  • Internet safety.
  • Introduction to word processing.
  • And more!

Language Arts / Reading

K12 Language Arts Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Language Arts Blue (K)180120ListDescription
Language Arts Green (1)180120ListDescription
Language Arts Orange (2)180120ListDescription
Language Arts Purple (3)180120ListDescription
Languages Arts 4180120ListDescription
Languages Arts 5180120ListDescription
Intermediate English A (6)18060ListDescription
Intermediate English B (7)18060ListDescription
Literary Analysis and Composition (8)18060ListDescription
Click here for a list of the novels to select from for the reading units 3rd-8th grade. These books are not provided with your materials.

Lexia Reading

Lexia products are centered on a personalized approach to learning that gives students more control over the time, place, path, and pace of their learning. Lexia helps students work independently to develop fundamental reading skills in a structured, sequential manner. Struggling, on-level, and advanced students can each work at their own pace and their teacher is notified when they require support or intervention. Each time a student completes a level within Lexia Reading Core5 or Lexia Strategies the student receives a customized Certificate of Achievement to recognize the student’s accomplishment.

If you want your child to enroll in Lexia, please get in touch with your teacher. You will then receive the information you will need to login to your account.

Lexia Core5 is for students in grades K-5, Lexia Strategies is for students in grades 6 and above.

MARK12 Reading

MARK12 Reading is a three-stage course for students in the third to fifth grades who are reading two or more grades below grade level. The course gives students the opportunity to master missed concepts in a way that accelerates them through the remediation process by incorporating adaptivity and online assessments.

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Stage One90120ListDescription
Stage Two90120ListDescription
Stage 390120ListDescription

Mathematics

K12 Math Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Math+ Blue (K)180 (32 YC)45ListDescription
Math+ Green (1)180 (30 YC)60ListDescription
Math+ Orange (2)180 (30 YC)60ListDescription
Math+ Purple (3)180 (30 YC)60ListDescription
Math+ Red (4)180 (30 YC)60ListDescription
Math+ Yellow (5)180 (30 YC)60ListDescription
Intermediate Math A (6)180 (20 YC)60ListDescription
Intermediate Math B (7)180 (19 YC)60ListDescription
Intermediate Math C (8)200 (32 YC)60ListDescription

NOTE: (20 YC) = 20 of the lessons are “Your Choice”

MobyMax Math

Moby Math uses adaptive algorithms to find and fix missing skills with targeted lessons that include “Teach Me” lessons, interactive manipulatives, and targeted practice.

  • Math – Students increase an average of 1.5 grade levels with just 40 hours of practice.
  • Fact fluency – Fact Fluency’s adaptive instruction enables students to develop math fact fluency quickly.
  • Numbers – Number Sense instills a deep, intuitive sense for numbers.

Reflex Math

Reflex helps students of all ability levels to develop fluency with their basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

    • Adaptivity and individualization – Reflex continuously monitors each student’s performance to create the optimal experience for every child.
    • Intuitive and powerful reporting – Educators have everything they need to easily monitor and support student progress in Reflex.
    • Anytime, anwhere access – Students can build fluency with Reflex anywhere there is an Internet connection.
    • Fun – Reflex is game-based and highly motivational so students enjoy the learning process.
    • Outstanding results – Students of all ages and ability levels make great gains with Reflex.

Who should use Reflex?

Any student in grade 2 or above who understands the basic concepts behind the operations (addition and subtraction, or multiplication and division) is ready to start working in Reflex.

Music

K12 Music Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Spotlight on Music, Kindergarten7245ListDescription
Spotlight on Music, Grade 17245ListDescription
Spotlight on Music, Grade 27245ListDescription
Spotlight on Music, Grade 37240ListDescription
Spotlight on Music, Grade 47240ListDescription
Spotlight on Music, Grade 57240ListDescription

Programming

CodeChangers Programming Courses

The CODECHANGERS program offers a self-paced program the supports fun and engaging learning. Students can learn coding for games, apps, websites and software. Programming and building for the IoT (Internet of Things), micro-controllers, electronics, robotics, engineering and more.

Current courses include:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Python
  • PHP/SQL
  • JavaScript

Science

K12 Science Courses

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
Science K7245ListDescription
Science 17260ListDescription
Science 27260ListDescription
Science 37260ListDescription
Science 47260ListDescription
Science 57260ListDescription
Earth Science10860ListDescription
Life Science10860ListDescription
Physical Science10860ListDescription

Sign Language

Signing Time Sign Language

LessonsMinMaterialsScope and Sequence
American Sign Language (Signing Time)VariesVariesSigning Time BinderDescription

World Languages

Rosetta Stone Foundations for K-12 Languages

Rosetta Stone Foundations for K-12 is available in the following languages in Levels 1-3:

ArabicIrishPortuguese
DutchJapaneseSwedish
GreekKoreanTagalog
HebrewPersian (Farsi)Turkish
HindiPolishVietnamese
Rosetta Stone Foundations for K-12 is available in the following languages in Levels 1-5:

Chinese (Mandarin)English (American)German
Spanish (Spain)English (British)Italian
Spanish (Latin America)FrenchRussian

For further information about Rosetta Stone, click here.

High School (7-8)

English Language Arts

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Languages Arts 76020000020Link
Languages Arts 7 Honors6020000025Link
Languages Arts 87080000070Link
Languages Arts 8 Honors7080000075Link

Mathematics

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Math 77080000070Link
Math 7 Honors7080000075Link
Math 87080000080Link
Math 8 Honors7080000085Link

Science

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Integrated Science 78050000001Link
Integrated Science 88050000000Link

Social Studies

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Utah Studies 79050000070Link
US History I (8)9050000030Link

The Arts

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Art Foundations I (7th-8th)2010000060Link

Physical and Health Ed.

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Health I4010000001Link
Physical Education4020000020Link

Career Tech (CTE)

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Keyboarding I32020000300Link
Keyboarding II32020000310Link
College and Career Awareness39010000001Link

World Languages

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
French 13030000011Link
French 23030000021Link
Spanish 13070000011Link
Spanish 23070000021Link

Academic Support / Electives

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Secondary Reading6010000101Link

Literacy

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Business Digital Literacy32020000170Link
High School (9-12)

English Language Arts

4.0 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Languages Arts 96020000040LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 9 Honors6020000045LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 106020000050LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 10 Honors6020000055LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 116020000060LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 11 Honors6020000065LinkNCAA approved
Languages Arts 126020000070LinkNCAA approved
College Prep Writing Honors6020000025LinkNCAA approved
College Prep Literature6010000040LinkNCAA approved
Creative Writing6010000120Link
Business Writing32020000110Link

Mathematics

3.0 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Secondary Math 17080000090LinkNCAA approved
Secondary Math 1 Honors7080000095LinkNCAA approved
Secondary Math 27080000100LinkNCAA approved
Secondary Math 2 Honors7080000105LinkNCAA approved
Secondary Math 37080000110LinkNCAA approved
Secondary Math 3 Honors7080000115LinkNCAA approved
Math of Personal Finance7070000020Link
Pre Calculus7040000020LinkNCAA approved

Science

3.0 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Earth Science8040000010LinkNCAA approved
Biology8020000010LinkNCAA approved
Environmental Science8040000020LinkNCAA approved
Chemistry8030000010LinkNCAA approved
Physics8060000020Link
Astronomy8060000010LinkNCAA approved
Human Physiology8020000060LinkNCAA approved
Health Science Introduction36010000090Link
Health Science Advanced36010000090Link
Medical Terminology36010000110Link
Medical Anatomy36010000175Link
Biotechnology36010000080Link

Social Studies

3.0 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Geography for Life9040000030LinkNCAA approved
Geography for Life Honors9040000040Link
World Civilizations9050000091LinkNCAA approved
World Civilizations Honors9050000092Link
US History9050000050LinkNCAA approved
US Government9060000020LinkNCAA approved
Sociology9080000001LinkNCAA approved
Psychology9070000010LinkNCAA approved
Economics32020000200LinkNCAA approved

The Arts

1.5 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Art History2010000020Link
Drawing I2010000060Link
Drawing II2010000061Link
Animation2010000170Link
Commercial Art/Computer Graphics I2010000040Link
Commercial Art/Computer Graphics II2010000041Link
Photography I2010000110Link
Guitar I02040300040Link
Guitar II02040300045Link
Ukulele2040300040Link
Piano02040300040Link
Music Theory02040000030Link

Physical and Health Ed.

2.0 credits required
Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Fitness for Life4020000030Link
Health II4010000010Link
Physical Skills4020000060Link
Weight Training4020000010Link
Individual Lifetime Activities4020000040Link

Career Tech (CTE)

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Entrepreneurship37010000040Link
Adult Roles and Responsibilities34010000001Link
Business Management32020000140Link
Orientation & Exploration (Careers)31010000003Link
Foods and Nutrition I34010000150Link
Child Development34010000020Link
Business Office Specialist32020000370Link
Keyboarding I (9)32020000300Link
Keyboarding Applications (9-12)32020000310Link
Interior Design34010000210Link
Fashion Strategies34010000140Link
Web Development35020013060Link
Marketing32020000070Link

World Languages

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Spanish I3070000011LinkNCAA approved
Spanish II3070000021LinkNCAA approved
Spanish III3070000031LinkNCAA approved
Spanish IV3070000041LinkNCAA approved
French I3030000011LinkNCAA approved
French II3030000021LinkNCAA approved
French III3030000031LinkNCAA approved

Academic Support / Electives

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Secondary Reading6010000102Link
ACT Prep15000000045Link
Online Learning and Digital Citizenship25020000010 Link
Driver’s Ed15000000020Link

Literacy

Select for Course CatalogState CodeDescription
Financial Literacy1000000100Link
Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment is offered through Dixie State University and is available only to full time and part time Washington County School District Students.

CE ART 1010 - Introduction to Art

Fulfills General Education Fine Arts requirement and is an approved Global & Cultural Perspectives course. Includes identification of major art forms, brief survey of art history, investigation of art criticism, introduction of various media, and identification of elements and principles of art.

CE ENGL 1010 - Introduction to Writing

NCAA approved
English 1010 is a 3 credit course which partially fulfills General Education English requirement. Designed to improve students’ abilities to read, analyze, and write expository papers. Provides opportunities to write and revise a number of essays. Activities, library research, portfolios, writing to a style guide, and tests may also be used to prepare students to write college level papers. Includes practical writing instruction and in-class workshops.

CE ENGL 2010 - Intermediate Writing

NCAA approved
Provides opportunities to analyze and write academic papers, including the research-supported essay, through writing and revising a number of essays. Other activities, such as portfolios, library research, and tests may be used to help students improve their writing of advanced-level papers. Successful students will demonstrate competence in the use of standard written English, in analyzing texts, in correctly paraphrasing, summarizing and quoting source material, and in appropriately citing the work of others.

CE FIN 1750 - Personal Finance

Open to all students who spend money (or plan to spend money). Your financial well‐being depends in large part on the choices you make. Wise decisions about earning, saving, borrowing and investing will enable you to obtain your personal goals while enjoying a comfortable lifestyle. This course is designed to help you develop the skills, knowledge, and resources needed to be effective at managing your money. Topics covered will include credit/debt, insurance, saving, investing, economics, budgeting, values, wants, needs and more. Economics, finance and applied math are essential disciplines used in this course, while political science, law, sociology, and psychology are among the disciplines that inform the public policy issues related to various personal financial topics we will cover.

CE HIST 2700 - US History to 1877

NCAA approved
If both HIST 2700 and HIST 2710 are successfully completed, fulfills the General Education American Institutions (Utah State Code R470) requirement. If course is not used for American Institutions requirement, it can be used to fulfill the General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences requirement. Chronological survey of the first half of the American experience, beginning with the Paleo-Indian cultures and emphasizing American Independence, development of the Constitution, the emergence of Jacksonian democracy, and the causes of the Civil War, through post-Civil War Reconstruction. Includes social, political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic developments throughout this period. Prerequisite: Reading placement score 17 or higher; or ENGL 1010, ENGL 1010D, or ENGL 1470.

CE HIST 2710 - US History Since 1877

NCAA approved
If both HIST 2700 and HIST 2710 are successfully completed, fulfills the General Education American Institutions (Utah State Code R470) requirement. If course is not used for American Institutions requirement, it can be used to fulfill the General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences requirement. Chronological survey of the second half of the American experience, beginning with the collapse of post-Civil War Reconstruction and emphasizing the growth of the U.S., emergence as a world power, and domestic reform of the twentieth century, through contemporary issues. Includes the social, political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic developments throughout this period. Prerequisite: Reading placement score 17 or higher; or ENGL 1010, ENGL 1010D, or ENGL 1470.

CE MATH 1030 - Quantitative Reasoning

NCAA approved
Fulfills General Education Mathematics requirement for students in Fine Arts, Liberal Arts and other degrees. Focuses on development of analytical problem solving skills through the application of various mathematical concepts to real-life problems. Topics of study include: modeling with algebra; geometry; logic; financial math; right triangle trigonometry (indirect measurement); probability and statistics.

*Placement into Math 1010 & Math 1030 can occur without a qualifying test score if Sec. Math 1, 2 & 3 were completed with a C grade or better.

CE MATH 1040 - Introduction to Statistics

Fulfills General Education Mathematics requirement for students majoring in Communications, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, or Exercise Science. Introduction to basic concepts and methods used in statistical data analysis, includes descriptive statistics, sampling, and inferential methods while emphasizing problem solving and critical thinking. Data comparisons such as t-tests and ANOVA will also be covered. StatCrunch is used to perform statistical calculations, organize and analyze data, and construct graphs. Required for Utah Level 2 Math Endorsement.

CE MGMT 2600 - Entrepreneurship

Covers the advantages and disadvantages of owning and/or operating a business; includes necessary steps necessary in starting a small business. Students will construct a business prospectus to provide “hands on” exposure to the world of business.

CE MKTG 2550 - Marketing Essentials

Required of students pursuing a General Marketing degree; and open to other interested students. Covers the vocabulary and the basic understanding of the marketing concepts, including an overview of the process of target marketing, marketing opportunities, product and distribution decisions, integrated marketing communications and pricing policies, with an emphasis on practical decisions for small businesses.

CE POLS 1100 - American Government

NCAA approved
This course fulfills the General Education American Institutions requirement (Utah State code R470). This course covers the essential facts of national government in the United States, this course satisfies state law, requiring examination of the United States Constitution. This course surveys the founding of the government of the United States; the United States Constitution; and the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches of government. This course also covers aspects such as, politics, elections, lobbying, foreign policy, and national security. This course will aid students in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the federal system and federalism. Students will be instructed through a variety of methods such as, lectures, student debate papers, discussions, and audio-visual means. Successful students will demonstrate a reasonable understanding of the history, principles, form of government, and economic system of the United States.

CE WEB 1400 - Web Design Fundamentals

For students pursuing a degree in Computer and Information Technology. Covers fundamental principles of front-end web design, including beginner’s hands-on experience with HTML and CSS in planning, organizing, analysis, and designing websites. Introduces key foundation concepts such as Internet infrastructure, web page creation and publishing, wire framing, layout techniques, multimedia, content, color, typography, and accessibility.

Summer School (7-12)
ACT PrepAdult RolesArt History
AstronomyBusiness Office SpecialistChild Development
Creative WritingDrawingDrivers Ed
Financial LiteracyFit for LifeFoods
Geography (honors)Guitar 1Guitar 2
HealthIndividualized ActivitiesKeyboarding II
PhotographyPiano Lab (must be taking private piano lessons)Psychology
Physical SkillsSecondary Math I Honors ComponentSociology
UkuleleUS GovernmentUS History
Weight TrainingWorld Civilizations (honors)