RVLA’s chosen curriculum is fully aligned with Washington State learning standards and supports academic, social-emotional, community, and civic growth. All curriculum is selected and viewed through the lens of our pillars: Leadership, Anti-Racist, and Collaborative Community.
Great First Eight
RVLA is utilizing Great First Eight for grades kindergarten to second. Great First Eight is a groundbreaking, all-day, open educational resource (OER) curriculum for children from birth to eight that is strengths-based and research-aligned. It is designed for classrooms with a number of children from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds. Great First Eight provides children with the education they need to thrive and create a more just and caring society. For more information on this state approved curriculum, please visit: https://greatfirsteight.org
Lexia’s curriculum and professional learning solutions are designed to equitably meet the needs of all Washington students and the educators who support them. Lexia’s literacy programs provide explicit, systematic, personalized learning on critical reading and language skills to accelerate development and provide data-driven plans to differentiate instruction for each student. https://www.lexialearning.com/lexia-by-state/washington
Seesaw offers resources, and curriculum with interactive lessons, digital portfolios, and two-way communication features that provide continuous visibility into the student's learning journey to support and celebrate their learning. Seesaw keeps everyone in the learning loop by connecting teachers, administrators, students, and families to support each child’s learning journey from PreK through 6th grade. https://seesaw.com