The Lakeland school district board will hear a presentation on proposed academic programs and textbooks at its regular meeting today.
Curriculum committees made up of teachers and administrators have been working for a year on new handwriting, science, health and drivers education programs, said Ron Schmidt, Lakeland’s assistant superintendent.
Schmidt also will present the proposed science, health and handwriting textbooks. The textbooks will be on display in the district office for the next month.
The board is not scheduled to adopt the textbooks or curricula until its April meeting.
Today’s meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the district administrative office at 1564 Washington in Rathdrum, Idaho.
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