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Course NameDepartmentDistrict Course CodeState Course CodeGrade levelType of CreditHigh School CreditCourse DescriptionAdditional InfoConcurrent Enrollment CreditCTE ClusterSchool LevelHigher Ed InstitutionDate Course AddedDate Course Updated
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Aide TeacherSpecialized Courses0001 - 0150250100000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This is a full year or semester course that offers students a unique experience working with teachers. This position provides an opportunity to observe and model an adult at work. It provides a wide range of learning opportunities in areas such as life skills, human development, and career exploration. Teacher aides experience the opportunity to practice reliable citizenship and social skills as they interact with peers, school staff, and the general public. *Student will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F)Middle/High School
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Aide CounselorSpecialized Courses0152250100000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0Counselor Aides experience the opportunity, under the supervision of the counselors, of assisting in the counseling center with such tasks as: delivering messages to students and teachers, processing printed materials such as registration packets, greeting visitors to the counseling center, assisting with new students, and helping to prepare for counseling activities such as, Plans for College and Career Readiness, Career Days, College Day, etc. *Students will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F)Middle/High School
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Aide MediaSpecialized Courses0153250100000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course provides students with the opportunity to work in the library media center where they will learn the Big 6 research process and apply essential life skills. Students will assist with the operation and maintenance of the media center, dealing with people, and materials in an academic setting. Technology is prominent, so students will develop computer skills. Successful completion of the course will prepare students to access materials in other libraries and to apply for entry-level employment in a public library. *Student will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F)Middle/High School
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Aide OfficeSpecialized Courses0154250100000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0Under the supervision of the office staff, Office Aides assist in office tasks such as: delivering messages to students and teachers, processing and/or organizing printed materials, answering phones, and greeting visitors to the office. Office Aides experience opportunities to practice reliable citizenship and social skills as they interact with peers, school staff, and the general public. *Student will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F).Middle/High School
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Advanced Studies/ResearchSpecialized Courses02002502000001010, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is an extension of class time in Advanced Placement (AP), IB, and core concurrent courses (English, math, science, social studies) that do not have an additional lab class. Students with three or more Advanced Placement (AP)/IB/core concurrent courses are eligible for this course. The curriculum of Advanced Placement (AP), IB, and core concurrent courses is structured with the expectation of additional time for students to understand and process the large amounts of reading, writing, and information. *Students will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F)High School
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Activity ElectiveSpecialized Courses0201250100000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.25This course provides a unique opportunity, under the direction and supervision of a teacher or advisor, to assist in a wide range of career learning opportunities. Through working, observing, and implementing life skills in relation to social development and career exploration a student can learn reliable citizenship and social skills as they interact with peers, school staff, and the general public. A detailed log of 35 hours describing the learning opportunity would need to be signed by the teacher or advisor, then approved by the principal to award a .25 credit per academic year. *Students will receive a pass or fail grade (P/F)Middle/High School
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Summer AgricultureSpecialized Courses0202250100000109, 10, 11, 12CTE0.5 or 1.0This program is an intensive, individualized, and experiential education experience that includes the practical application of the formalized instructional competencies. Teacher supervision of the student’s summer vocational agriculture (SAE) program should be a major part of the summer program. Regular work with the Utah agriculture science and technology record book is required as well as student leadership development.High School
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Online Learning & Digital CitizenshipSOEP/Other0203250200000109, 10, 11, 12E0.5This one semester course provides students with a comprehensive introduction to online learning, including how to work independently, safe safe, and develop effective study habits in virtual learning environment. Featuring direct-instruction videos, interactive tasks, authentic projects, and rigorous assessments, the course prepares students for school by providing in-depth instruction and practice in important study skills such as time management, effective note taking, test preparation, and collaborating effectively online. By the end of the course, students will understand what it takes to be successful online learners and responsible digital citizens.SOEP CourseMiddle & High School
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Educational ReleaseSpecialized Courses0204250100000207, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12ENo CreditStudents who have completed Form A “Request for Student Release Time from School for Academic Study” at an educational entity other than a Jordan School District school or program will be released from school for the number of periods requested. This form can be accessed at STUDENT ENROLLMENT RELEASE. If the educational entity is accredited by AdvancED, once the student submits an official transcript is submitted to the Jordan District school, credit will be posted on his/her Jordan District transcript without alteration as per State Board Rule R277-705-3B(1).Middle/High School
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Student GovernmentSpecialized Courses0205250200000207, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed for elected/appointed student leaders. This class provides opportunities for growth in personal leadership, communication, organization, and collaborative skills. Students will work under the direction of a teacher advisor and the school administration.Middle/High School
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Study SkillsSpecialized Courses0206250200000107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13E0.5 or 1.0This course is a course in which students learn and apply social and academic skills and strategies. This class may cover the following areas: Organization, time management, stress management, reading strategies, test taking strategies, study strategies, note taking, academic tracking, teamwork, communication and goal setting, learning and interest assessments. *Students may receive a letter grade or a pass or fail grade (P/F)This course can't be used towards the 24 graduation credits.Middle/High School
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Peer TutoringSpecialized Courses0207250200000317, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E.5 or 4This course is a course in which students learn and apply social and academic skills and strategies. This class may cover the following areas: organization, time management, stress management, reading strategies, test taking strategies, study strategies, note taking, academic tracking, teamwork, communication and goal setting, learning and interest assessments.Middle/High School
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CTE InternshipCTE02084100000005011, 12CTE0.5CTE Internships provide on the job training opportunities that are directly related to a career goal and course of study identified through the College and Career Ready Plan. Therefore, a student must have taken or currently be enrolled in a CTE class related to the internship opportunity. This Work-Based Learning experience is designed to bridge the gap between school and work.JATC - CTE InternshipWork-Based LearningJATC
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Academic DecathlonSpecialized Courses02102502000001010, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0The Academic Decathlon course is an academically rigorous course established to train the school’s Academic Decathlon team. Students will prepare for 10 different categories of competition: Art, Economics, Language & Literature, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Science, Essay Speech, and Interview. Fundamentals in each category will be mastered as well as intense investigations in each area revolving around the yearly theme chosen by the United States Academic Decathlon (USAD). Members of the class will attend various competitions in order to establish a team that will represent the school at state competition. Teams are composed of students with GPAs near 4.0, GPAs in the mid-3.0 range, and GPAs less than 3.0.High School
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Driver's EducationSpecialized Courses02111500000002010, 11, 12E0.25This course includes classroom instruction during the regular school day. On-road and range driving experiences are also required before and after school and on Saturdays. Registration is based on each student's 16th birthday. Successful completion of this course may lead to acquisition of a valid Utah Driver's license. A fee is required prior to participation in this class.High School
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ACT PrepSpecialized Courses02131500000004510, 11, 12E.25 or .5 or 1This course prepares students to achieve higher ACT scores. It provides an overview of the test, practical test taking strategies and will allow students to prepare in an instructional environment for their best possible test performance. This course is recommended for Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors who plan to take the ACT test in the next nine months. Juniors and seniors will receive priority placement.High School
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Careers (Career Orientation & Explorations)Specialized Courses0215 or 02161500000004510, 11, 12E.25 or .5This course is designed to introduce students to a variety of career fields. Students will take self-interest surveys and proficiency exams to help them identify career fields appropriate to their skills and interests. Students will develop resume writing and interviewing skills. This course is typically for tenth grade students. However, eleventh and twelfth grade students may also enroll in these specialized courses. These courses relate to all areas of the curriculum and are a direct connection of a student’s SEOP career goal and the world of work.0216 CTE Teacher, 0215 Non CTE TeacherHigh School
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Work ExperienceSpecialized Courses02192502000005011, 12E.5 to 2.0Work Experience provides students with an opportunity to gain exposure to a career area related to their academic work. This course will help students identify some of the needed skills, knowledge, and hands on experience for the workforce. Students must complete the requirements of submitting timesheets and meeting minimum hourly requirements to obtain credit. Students must also be on track to graduate with their class. *This is a Pass or Fail gradeHigh School
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Latinos in ActionSpecialized Courses02222502000005010, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0Latinos in Action (LIA) is a service-learning leadership class that empowers students through cultural awareness, service, leadership, and a focus on excellence in education to help students be prepared for and committed to graduating from college.High School
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People of the PacificSpecialized Courses02232502000005010, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0People of the Pacific (POP) is a service-learning leadership class that empowers students through cultural awareness, service, leadership, and a focus on excellence in education to help students be prepared for and committed to graduating from college.High School
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Black Student Union (BSU)Specialized Courses02242502000002510, 11, 12E1.0The primary purpose of the BSU is to provide a supportive community for Black students, where they can come together to discuss issues related to their experiences, culture, and heritage. The BSU also serves as a platform to celebrate Black achievements and address challenges that Black students may face in the educational environment and beyond.High School2024-2025
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Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Level 1Specialized Courses02301500000006010, 11, 12E1.0Students will participate in skills training called Leadership, Education, and Training 1 (LET-1). This course is designed for students who are interested in enriching their high school experience with a military program that teaches skills intended to make them successful in life. Subjects include leadership, citizenship, first aid, map reading, physical training, and marksmanship. Extracurricular activities include drill team, color guard, rifle team, orienteering team, raider team, service learning team, and pentathlon team. The course is open to both male and female students. There is no military obligation associated with JROTC. Students are issued an Army uniform (at no cost to them) and will be required to wear it once a week. Students are required to keep their hair at a reasonable length, cannot have beards, and are not allowed to wear earrings while in uniform (except females).High School
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Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Level 2Specialized Courses02311500000006010, 11, 12E1.0This is the second level of JROTC Leadership, Education, and Training (LET-2). It expands on the subjects taught in Level 1 and has more demanding requirements. Students in LET-2 serve in leadership positions and receive practical experience in leadership by leading drill, planning, and conducting cadet activities, and supervising other cadets in JROTC extracurricular activities.Recommended Prerequisite: Instructor approval and completion of LET-1High School
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Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Level 3Specialized Courses02321500000006010, 11, 12E1.0This is the third level of JROTC Leadership Education, and Training (LET-3). It is the most advanced and final level of JROTC. Students in LET-3 serve in the most advanced leadership positions and apply leadership skills they have learned in the previous two years. Students who successfully complete LET-3 can, if they choose a military career, enter the military at the rank of E-3 instead of E-1.Recommended Prerequisite: Instructor approval and completion of LET-1High School
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Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) LabSpecialized Courses02331500000006010, 11, 12E0.25This leadership lab is conducted after normal school hours. The lab focuses on practical application of the leadership skills taught in the classroom. All students who choose to participate in JROTC teams must enroll. Enrollment will be completed by the instructor at the beginning of each semester. The lab begins at 2:30 pm and ends at 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.Recommended Prerequisite: Instructor approvalHigh School
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Peer MentorSpecialized Courses02342501000001010, 11, 12E.5 or 3This course is designed for students who have successfully completed content specific prerequisites and who wish to enrich their learning experience through the process of assisting other students in mastering course content. Students who apply for this course are pre-screened according to their academic proficiency and attitudes toward the tutoring process. Additionally, students selected to participate in this course are expected to develop, and demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills, along with basic teaching strategies. Qualified students are assigned to a content specific class to help the teacher with tutoring services. This class may benefit those students who are interested in careers such as teaching, humanities, social services, and communications.Recommended Prerequisite: Instructor approvalHigh School
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HOPE SquadSpecialized Courses0236250200000507, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0HOPE Squads seek to reduce self-destructive behavior and youth suicide by training, building, and creating change in schools and communities. Students will receive training through a curriculum provided by HOPE4Utah. The students will build positive relationships with peers to facilitate acceptance. The students will work to reduce stigmas regarding mental illness at the school and community level. The squad will partner with a mental health agency.Prerequisite: Instructor approval requiredMiddle/High School
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AP SeminarSpecialized Courses02401001000001511, 12E1.0AP Seminar is part one of a two year sequence (the second year is optional). AP Seminar engages students in cross-curricular conversations that explore the complexities of academic and real-world topics and issues by analyzing divergent perspectives.High School
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English Language Development InstructionSpecialized Courses0449150000000029, 10, 11, 12E.25 or .5 or 1High School
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Language Arts 7Special Education05000602002302071.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 7th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core StandardsMiddle School
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Language Arts 8Special Education05010602002303081.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 8th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards.Middle School
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Language Arts 9Special Education05020602002304091.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 9th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards.Middle School
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Language Arts 10Special Education050306020023050101.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 10th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards.High School
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Language Arts 11Special Education050406020023070111.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 11th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards.High School
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Language Arts 12Special Education050506020023060121.0This is a course in reading, writing, and inquiry for students with disabilities that aligns with the 12th Grade Utah English Language Arts (ELA) Core Standards.High School
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Secondary Reading (7-8)Special Education0506060100231017, 80.5 or 1.0This is a course in reading for students with disabilities that targets instruction in reading comprehension, vocabulary, and reading skills for reading literary, informational, and functional texts.Middle School
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Secondary Reading (9-12)Special Education0507060100231029, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This is a course in reading for students with disabilities that targets instruction in reading comprehension, vocabulary, and reading skills for reading literary, informational, and functional texts.Middle & High School
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Integrated Science 7 - Extended CoreSpecial Education05110805232300170.5 or 1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.)Middle School
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Integrated Science 8 - Extended CoreSpecial Education05120805232301080.5 or 1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.)Middle School
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Earth Science - Extended Core SPEDSpecial Education0513080423230109, 10, 11, 12ES, AAF-S, E1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.) *This course cannot be a substitution for a science credit.High School
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Biology - Extended Core SPEDSpecial Education0514080223230109, 10, 11, 12BS, AAF-S, E1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.) *This course cannot be a substitution for a science credit.High School
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Chemistry - Extended Core SPEDSpecial Education0515080323230109, 10 , 11, 12CS, AAF-S, E1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.) *This course cannot be a substitution for a science credit.High School
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Physics - Extedned Core SPEDSpecial Education0516080623230209, 10, 11, 12PS, AAF-S, E1.0Science instruction in Utah’s alternate achievement standards. Extended Core Science. (For students taking the Alternative Assessment.) *This course cannot be a substitution for a science credit.High School
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Adaptive PE (9-12)Special Education0532040200230809, 10, 11, 12ILA0.5This physical education course is adapted to individual needs of students as determined by the IEP team. This course must be taught by a certified physical education teacher. It fulfills the core requirements of high school physical education.High School
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Applied SkillsSpecial Education0533230100002007, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12CTE0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts.(Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s IEP)Middle/High School
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Basic SkillsSpecial Education0534230100002107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities who require basic general curriculum concepts.(Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s IEP)Middle/High School
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Careers, Career Awareness/SkillsSpecial Education0535230100004007, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to introduce students with disabilities to a variety of career fields. Content may include: interest inventories, proficiency exams to help identify career fields appropriate to students’ skills and interests, resume writing, interviewing skills, people skills, and other employability skills.Middle/High School
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Community StudiesSpecial Education0536230100003007, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities while accessing community resources. This may include public transportation, medical facilities, libraries, grocery stores, recreational facilities, etc. These may be part of transition activities for students with disabilities.Middle/High School
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Daily Living Skills 7Special Education0537.12301000031070.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.Middle School
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Daily Living Skills 8Special Education0537.22301000031080.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.Middle School
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Daily Living Skills 9Special Education0537.3230100003109E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.Middle School
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Daily Living Skills 10Special Education0537.42301000031010E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.High School
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Daily Living Skills 11Special Education0537.52301000031011E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.High School
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Daily Living Skills 12Special Education0537.62301000031012E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities in daily living skills.High School
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Directed StudiesSpecial Education0538230100002207, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for targeted, individualized education goals for students with disabilities.Middle/High School
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Job SamplingSpecial Education0541230100004107, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12CTE0.5 or 1.0Students with disabilities will be provided with practical work experiences in various occupations as part of their career exploration.Middle/High School
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Job TrainingSpecial Education0542230100004207, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12CTE0.5 or 1.0Students with disabilities will learn workplace skills through participation in a variety of work experiences.Middle/High School
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Learning StrategiesSpecial Education0543230100001007, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction in which students with disabilities learn and apply strategies while accessing the general curriculum.Middle/High School
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Life Skills 7Special Education0544.12301000033070.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.Middle School
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Life Skills 8Special Education0544.22301000033080.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.Middle School
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Life Skills 9Special Education0544.3230100003309E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.Middle School
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Life Skills 10Special Education0544.42301000033010E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.High School
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Life Skills 11Special Education0544.52301000033011E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.High School
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Life Skills 12Special Education0544.62301000033012E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities under the direction of the special educator and/or related service provider.High School
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Study SkillsSpecial Education0546230100001207, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction in which students with disabilities learn and apply social and academic skills and strategies. This class may cover: Organization, time management, stress management, reading strategies, test taking strategies, study, note taking, academic tracking, teamwork, communication and goal setting, learning, and interest assessments.Middle/High School
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TransitionSpecial Education0547230100003407, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12CTE0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction to facilitate student achievement of post-secondary goals including post-secondary education, training, employment, independent living, and community access. It is for students with disabilities.Middle/High School
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Adaptive PE (7, 8)Special Education0550040200230817, 8This physical education course is adapted to individual needs of students as determined by the IEP team. This course must be taught by a certified physical education teacher. It fulfills the core requirements of junior high school physical education.Middle School
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7th Grade MathematicsSpecial Education0564070800230707In 7th Grade Mathematics, students with disabilities will focus on developing an understanding of and applying proportional relationships, developing understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations; solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and three- dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area, and volume; and drawing inferences about populations based on samples.Middle School
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8th Grade MathematicsSpecial Education0565070800230808In 8th Grade Mathematics, students with disabilities will focus on formulating and reasoning about expressions and equations, including modeling and association in bivariate data with a linear equation, and solving linear equations and systems of linear equations; grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe quantitative relationships; and analyzing two- and three- dimensional space and figures using distance, angle, similarity, congruence, and understanding, and applying the Pythagorean Theorem.Middle School
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Secondary Mathematics 1Special Education0566070800230909, 10, 11, 12M1.0Students with disabilities in Secondary Mathematics I will deepen and extend understanding of linear relationships, in part by contrasting them with exponential phenomena, and in part by applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend. Students will use properties and theorems involving congruent figures to deepen and extend understanding of geometric knowledge. Algebraic and geometric ideas are tied together. Students will experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject that makes use of their ability to make sense of problem situations.Recommended Prerequisite: 8th Grade MathematicsHigh School
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Secondary Mathematics 2Special Education0567070800231009, 10, 11M1.0Students with disabilities in Secondary Mathematics 2 will focus on quadratic expressions, equations, and functions, extending the set of rational numbers to the set of complex numbers, link probability and data through conditional probability and counting methods, study similarity and right triangle trigonometry, and study circles with their quadratic algebraic representations.Recommended Prerequisite: Secondary Mathematics 1High School
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Secondary Mathematics 3Special Education05680708002311010, 11, 12M1.0Students with disabilities in Secondary Mathematics 3 will pull together and apply the accumulation of learning they have from previous courses. They will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data, expand their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions, expand their study of trigonometry to include general triangles, and use functions and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems.Recommended Prerequisite: Secondary Mathematics 2High School
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Supplemental Secondary MathematicsSpecial Education0569070700000059, 10, 11, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide supplemental math instruction to support a core mathematics course. It should not be taught as a stand-alone course. The standards of the course are those of the associated core course. *This is an elective class and cannot be substituted for a math credit.High School
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Essential Elements English 7Special Education0570.12301000015070.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 7th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for Language Arts 7.Middle School
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Essential Elements English 8Special Education0570.22301000015080.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 8th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for Language Arts 8.Middle School
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Essential Elements English 9Special Education0570.3230100001509E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 9th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for a Language Arts 9 creditMiddle School
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Essential Elements English 10Special Education0570.42301000015010E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 10th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for Language Arts 10 credit.High School
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Essential Elements English 11Special Education0570.52301000015011E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 11th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for Language Arts 11 credit.High School
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Essential Elements English 12Special Education0570.62301000015012E0.5 or 1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities when applying general curriculum concepts. This course will incorporate the 12th Grade Essential Elements for English Language Arts including standards for writing, language, speaking, and listening. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be substituted for Language Arts 12 credit.High School
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Essential Elements Math 8Special Education0572.280.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 8th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including the number system, functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)Middle School
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Essential Elements Math 7Special Education0572.12301000015170.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 7th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including ratios and proportional relationships, the number system, expressions and equations, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)Middle School
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Essential Elements Math 9Special Education0572.3230100001519E0.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 9th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including the real number system, number and quantity, algebra, functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be a substitution for a math credit.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)Middle School
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Essential Elements Math 10Special Education0572.42301000015110E0.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 10th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including the real number system, number and quantity, algebra functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be a substitution for a math credit.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)High School
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Essential Elements Math 11Special Education0572.52301000015111E0.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 10th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including the real number system, number and quantity, algebra functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be a substitution for a math credit.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)High School
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Essential Elements Math 12Special Education0572.62301000015112E0.5 or 1.0This course will incorporate the 10th Grade Essential Elements for Math Standards including the real number system, number and quantity, algebra functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The purpose of the Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the CCSS content to academic expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities. This course will generate a Dynamic Learning Map (DLM) assessment. *This course cannot be a substitution for a math credit.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)High School
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Essential Elements ScienceSpecial Education0573230100001527, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12E1.0This course is designed to provide specialized instruction for students with disabilities aligned to Utah’s alternate standards in Science. This course will generate a Utah Alternate Assessment (UAA) assessment. *This course cannot be a substitution for a science credit.Middle/High School
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Mathematics of Personal FinanceSpecial Education05742301000021011, 12E0.5 or 1.0This course represents content from mathematics and personal finance that are essential for students who will assume roles as consumers, money managers, and members of the global workforce.Note: Using this course for math instruction should be done with caution and should be aligned with the student’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP)High School
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Mathematical Decision Making for Life SPEDSpecial Education0576707002309010, 11, 12M1.0The course includes mathematical decision making in finance, modeling, probability and statistics, and making choices. Students will make sense of authentic problems and persevere in solving them. They will reason abstractly and quantitatively while communicating mathematics to others. Students will use appropriate tools, including technology, to model mathematics. Students will use structure and regularity of reasoning to describe mathematical situations and solve problems.High School2024-20253/14/24
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Release Time 9Specialized Courses0600250100000209No CreditHigh School
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Release Time 10 - 12Specialized Courses06012501000002010, 11, 12No CreditHigh School
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Release Time NDSpecialized Courses0604250100000209, 10, 11, 12No CreditHigh School
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TA 10th GradeSpecialized Courses08101500000000810E0.25This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to participate in character education, to focus on study skills, and monitor progress toward academic and career goals. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive school environment. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per year based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.High School
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TA 11th GradeSpecialized Courses08201500000000811E0.25This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to participate in character education, to focus on study skills and monitor progress toward academic and career goals. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive school environment. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per year based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.High School
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TA 12th GradeSpecialized Courses08301500000000812E0.25This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to participate in character education, to focus on study skills, and to prepare for transitioning to post-secondary education, advanced training, military service, and/or employment. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive school environment. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per year based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.High School
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TA 7th GradeSpecialized Courses0870150000000087.25 or .5This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to engage in silent sustained reading, to participate in character education and to focus on study skills. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive environment in the school. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per semester based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.Middle School
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TA 8th GradeSpecialized Courses0880150000000088.25 or .5This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to engage in silent sustained reading, to participate in character education and to focus on study skills. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive environment in the school. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per semester based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.Middle School
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TA 9th GradeSpecialized Courses0890150000000089E.25 or .5This course provides an opportunity for students to establish a positive relationship with an adult role model in the school, to engage in silent sustained reading, to participate in character education and to focus on study skills, and monitor progress toward academic and career goals. Teachers provide students with academic support in a mentorship environment. Participation in this class will help to enhance the core curriculum and to create a more positive environment in the school. Students have the opportunity to earn .25 credits per semester based on participation in all Teacher Advisory activities.Middle & High School
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Sculpture 2Fine Arts10100201000013110, 11, 12A0.5This is an intermediate course that builds on the skills and concepts learned in Sculpture 1. The students will learn more in-depth techniques in the creation of sculpture. Students will learn finishing techniques and how to prepare a sculpture for casting or reproduction.Recommended Prerequisite: Sculpture 1High School