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410 Central Ave. N.
New Prague, MN 56071

phone: 952-758-1700
fax: 952-758-1799

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There is NO school for students in grades K-12 on Monday, December 7 as this has been designated as a staff planning day.

New Prague High School, Middle School, and Elementary schools are currently operating in a Distance Learning Model for all students.

Compass Learning Center is currently operating in a Hybrid Learning Model.

For more information, please visit our COVID-19 page.

K-5 Curriculum Maps

Art

HTML Document/Site MN Standards/ Visual Arts Standards

Students receive 50 minutes/week of art instruction.

Health/Physical Education

HTML Document/Site Health/Physical Education Academic Standards

Health curriculum is embedded into our regular classroom instruction; our primary curriculum source is Harcourt Health.

Our physical education teachers have created their own curriculum based on the SHAPE National Standards. Students are assessed with the Fitness Gram tool and these reports are shared with families once the data is gathered. Students are given 100 minutes/week of physical education.

Google Document Always Changing and Growing up - Boys
Google Document Always Changing and Growing up - Girls
Google Document Eagle View Maturation Letter
Google Document Falcon Ridge Elementary
Google Document Raven Stream Elementary
Google Document 4th Grade Maturation Letter

Language Arts

HTML Document/Site Language Arts Academic Standards

All elementary students receive a minimum 90 minutes of reading/writing instruction daily.

Mathematics

Mathematics Academic Standards

HTML Document/Site K-5

All elementary students receive a minimum 60 minutes of math instruction daily.

Music

HTML Document/Site Music Academic Standards

All elementary students receive 50 minutes of music on a weekly basis. Students in grade 5 are also given the choice to participate in either band or choir.

Science

HTML Document/Site Science Academic Standards

Our core curriculum is Scott Foresman Science.

Social Studies

Media

All elementary students receive 50 minutes of media on a weekly basis.