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By AL STOVER
Staff Reporter 

ML instruction meeting state health standards

 


Medical Lake School District won’t be changing its structure or course materials when it comes to its health education curriculum for K-12 students for the 2017-18 school year.

That was the conclusion staff came up with after spending several months last year researching how its curriculum aligns with the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) health education standards.

“As a committee, we reviewed the outcomes and felt we were addressing them adequately to meet state expectations,” Kim Headrick, director of teaching and learning, said.

In March 2016, OSP...



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