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Elementary Curriculum

The elementary curriculum handbooks provide parents with grade level information about the Midland Public School's (K-5) curriculum. The elementary curriculum was developed using the Michigan Academic Standards. An explanation of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) is part of the handbook, along with information to guide parents in the understanding of quarterly report cards. Please refer to the handbooks throughout the school year if you have questions regarding the PYP, curriculum, or grade level expectations. If you have questions that are not answered in the handbook, please contact your child’s classroom teacher.

Parent Preschool Handbook Updated: 07/19/2023

Developmental Kindergarten Handbook Updated: 07/19/2023

Kindergarten Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

First Grade Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

Second Grade Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

Third Grade Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

Fourth Grade Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

Fifth Grade Curriculum Handbook 2023-24

Elementary IB Primary Years Program Resources 

Middle School Curriculum

We offer a transition guide for students entering sixth grade that also also introduces the concept of career pathways.

Fifth Grade Transition - Pathways to Middle School Success

High School Curriculum

Graduation requirements, course descriptions, and career pathways are available in our comprehensive Course Offering Guide document.

Secondary (6-12) Course Offering Guide 2023-24

High School Course Request Sheet, 2023-24

International Baccalaureate The IB Diploma Programme is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education that prepares students for successes at university and life beyond. eLearning Students can recover and protect high school credits with this online program. MPS Testing Guides Confused by the M-STEP, ACT, PSAT, SAT and MME? Visit our guide to standardized tests.

Career Pathways

Each curricular area has developed a document that shows the options for course selection that would lead to a student completing a program sequence. Some sequences are required for graduation, others may be electives. These course pathway documents facilitate planning.

HS Language Arts Course Pathways

HS Mathematics Course Pathways

HS Science Course Pathways

HS Social Studies Course Pathways

HS Art Course Pathways

HS Business Course Pathways

HS Industrial Education Course Pathways

HS Life Management Course Pathways

HS Health Course Pathways

HS Music Course Pathways

HS World Language Course Pathways

Middle School Course Pathways (All Areas)

Core Curriculum
English Language Arts
Social Studies

Elective Areas
Career & Technical Education
Health & Physical Education
World Language

Other Resources
Early Middle College
Marking Periods
Cross Grading - Elementary
International Baccalaureate
Testing Guides
Personal Curriculum
School Improvement
Special Services
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Please contact our office for assistance.

Penny Miller-Nelson
Associate Superintendent of
Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
(989) 923-5081

Jessica Polczynski
Administrative Assistant