Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

Dolores Fox

Dolores Fox
Curriculum Coordinator
(603) 476-4897

Dawn Law

Dawn Law
Assessment Coordinator

Quick Links to Curriculum Standards

Curricula used in the Moultonborough School District is based on current best practices and New Hampshire State Career and College Readiness Standards.  Review of curricula is ongoing in effort to prepare our students for a changing world.

Elementary (Grades preK- 5)
Reading & Writing Units of Study by Lucy Calkins andTeachers College Reading & Writing Project, published by Heinamann

Math - Eureka Math by Great Minds (also known as NY Engage Math)

Science - Mystery Science by Mystery

Social Studies - C3 Units & Moose on the Loose by New Hampshire Historical Society

Middle Level (6-8) & Academy (9-12)

Middle level and high school curriculum and courses can be found by searching or browsing Atlas Curriculum Management System.


Many standardized assessments are mandated by federal law, ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act).  These assessments are implemented across the state of New Hampshire at identified times (usually spring). Other standardized assessments are administered locally. All standardized assessments provide the Moultonborough School District with valuable information about the academic proficiency and growth of our students.  The results of these assessments are used to inform instruction, make program decisions, and evaluate and set goals for curriculum areas.

Standardized assessments are one part of the District's over all evaluation of how our students are doing and how well the District is doing in preparing and empowering students to shape his or her future with knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to thrive in a changing world.

Table of Standardized Test info

NAEP -National Assessment of Educational Progress
The Nation's Report Card

Moultonborough students may be selected to participate in NAEP testing.
NAEP tests on science, mathematics, reading and writing.  Students are selected for NAEP testing by the US Department of Education. The purpose of NAEP testing is to assess the overall state of education across the country. Results are not available for individual students.
You can learn more about NAEP testing at
If your child is selected for NAEP testing, they may be asked to complete a survey.  Information about the survey can be found here:


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