Textbook Adoption Community Review
It is the legal responsibility of the Board of Education to approve all textbooks used as part of the educational program of this District. No such textbook will be approved which is not on a list duly filed in the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. (2510)
The Superintendent shall develop administrative guidelines for the selection and maintenance of all educational and instructional materials and equipment. The guidelines shall include a plan for the review of instructional materials by staff and parents. (2520)
In an effort to engage parents and community members and following board policy, the Vandalia-Butler City Schools has created a section of our website detailing curriculum and textbooks being considered for use in our schools. All items up for adoption will be posted on this site and made available for public review. We welcome your feedback on these materials.
To be a part of this process, community members can review the items for 21 days at the Board of Education offices, 500 S. Dixie Dr. during normal business hours (M-F 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.). Upon reviewing the materials, comments can be sent to Brandon Hartley, Director of Curriculum at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome your input as we continue to research new sources and types of classroom materials to provide our students with the very best educational experience.
August 2018 - Media Collections List - August 2018 Demmitt & Smith (Public viewing July 19 - Aug. 28)
June 2018 - Textbook Materials for Public Review May 30 - June 26, 2018
May 2018 - Public viewing April 27 - May 29, 2018
- Donated Book for Helke Elementary School Media Center from Helke student:
Title Author Copyright
The Not So Quiet Library Zachariah Ohora 2016
- Latin Textbook for Morton Middle School, grade 8:
Ecce Romani I Pearson Prentice Hall/2009
- Supplemental Text for Butler High School, Spanish I:
Larousse Basic Spanish Dictionary Larousse Mexico: Esencial ed./2007