Orland Unified School District
1320 Sixth Street, Orland, CA 95963
Phone: 530-865-1200  •  Fax: 530-865-1202
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Jeff Scheele
Assistant Superintendent/Educational Services
(530) 865-1200

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Top of PageDistrict & State Standards
District standards are based on content standards designed by the California Department of Education to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should acquire at each grade level.

Click here to view Content Standards.
Top of PageDistrict & State Curriculum Framework
Curriculum frameworks are the blueprints for implementing the content standards adopted by the State Board of Education.

Click here to view the frameworks for major instructional subject areas.
Top of PageSTAR Test Results
Beginning in 1997, California began putting into place a comprehensive standards-based educational system for all students, including standards-aligned textbooks and tests and a system of accountability to determine whether students are learning to expectations.

Click here to link to the latest published results of the California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program.
Top of PageCELDT
The California English Language Development Test (CELDT) is a required state test for English language proficiency that must be given to students whose primary language is other than English.

Click here to view the state CELDT Reporting Site.

Some CELDT testing will take place at Summer School, during the week of July 9-13. All testing must be completed before October 31, 2007. 
Top of PageTextbook Lists
State-Adopted/Board-Approved Textbooks 2010-11
Top of PageWilliams v. State of California
All of our instructional materials meet the requirements of Williams v. State of California, a landmark 2004 Superior Court case to provide all students equal access to instructional materials, safe schools, and quality teachers.

For more information on Williams v. State of California, please click here.
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