• NEW COURSES PENDING APPROVAL


     

  • Automotive Services Technician 3

    This is a third-level automotive course written to revise the Advanced Automotive course currently in use, using current CTE standards and industry partner guidance.

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  • Commercial Music 1

    This course is the renaming of an existing course of Commercial Guitar1. Staff determined the course encompasses more than simply guitar and believe this naming change will better reflect the content of the course. Commercial Music 1 was originally approved on November 13, 2012.

    This name change went through the approval process at sites and through the SAID district review process from May 2019 through spring 2021 but was not proposed for approval at a board meeting.

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  • Commercial Music 2

    This course is the renaming of an existing course of Commercial Guitar 2. Staff determined the course encompasses more than simply guitar and believe this naming change will better reflect the content of the course. Commercial Music 2 was originally approved on November 13, 2012.

    This name change went through the approval process at sites and through the SAID district review process from May 2019 through spring 2021 but was not proposed for approval at a board meeting.

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  • Dual Enrollment Statistics

    Sierra College Math 0013 Elementary Statistics is available for RJUHSD students to take, with anticipated launch for Spring 2021 at Granite Bay. The current AP Statistics textbook adopted for use in RJUHSD will be used. That textbook was originally approved on February 23, 2016. The course is part of our approved College and Career Access Pathways agreement with Sierra College, approved on July 22, 2021.

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  • Enhancing Social and Emotional Skills through Dialectics

    This is an existing course in RJUHSD, originally designed for implementation at Adelante High School. Staff have identified the curriculum and course is a good fit for students at the Therapeutic Intervention Program at Woodcreek High School. Thus, this revised course approval will allow the course to be offered at additional school sites and will allow the course to be taken for 5 or 6 credits, repeatable for credit. The course was originally approved on April 14, 2020.

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