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Courses of Study and Instructional Materials

Courses of Study

Look here for information about Mt. Diablo middle school and high school courses of study.  Click on the links below to find information about courses including course names, numbers, descriptions, and courses of study.  Some courses fall under more than one category.  For example, AP Calculus will appear in both Advanced Placement (AP) / Honors and in Mathematics.

 

High School

Advanced Placement (AP) / Honors

Career Technical Education (CTE)

Electives

English Language Arts (ELA)

English Language Development (ELD)

History - Social Sciences

Mathematics

Physical Education

Regional Opportunity Program (ROP)

Science

Visual and Performing Arts

World Languages

 

Middle School

Electives

English Language Arts (ELA)

English Language Development (ELD)

Mathematics

Physical Education (PE)

Science

Social Studies

World Languages

 

Courses of Study - Contact:

Brandi L. Patterson

School Support Administrator

pattersonbl@mdusd.org

(925) 682-8000 ext. 4040

Instructional Materials

School Support provides technical assistance in the selection and ordering of textbooks and related materials, serves as liaison between publishers and the district/sites, liaison and general education support to Assistive Technology Department to provide Accessible Instructional Materials (AIMS), coordinates and manages K-12 centralization of textbooks and supplementary materials, coordinates and manages compliance with textbook sufficiency and related initiatives, and coordinates with Technology and Information Services to support the district electronic textbook and library inventory system.

Click on the links below to find information about adopted textbooks and related materials.

Texts and Related Materials

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

 

 

 

Instructional Materials - Contact:

Lorie O'Brien

Administrator, Compliance and Training

obrienl@mdusd.org

(925) 682-8000 ext. 3730