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1 MSGP Course Codes Current Course Codes Course Codes Math Sixth Grade Mathematics Sixth Grade Mathematics Seventh Grade Mathematics Seventh Grade Mathematics Eighth Grade Mathematics Eighth Grade Mathematics Accelerated Sixth Grade Mathematics Accelerated Sixth Grade Mathematics Accelerated Seventh Grade Mathematics Accelerated Eighth Grade Mathematics Pre-Algebra (Grades non-hs credit) Algebra 1 (Grades HS credit) Accelerated Seventh Grade Mathematics Accelerated Eighth Grade Mathematics Geometry (Grades HS credit) Algebra II (Grades HS credit) Algebra 1 (Grades non-hs credit) Algebra 1 (Grades non-hs credit) Geometry (Grades non-hs credit) Geometry (Grades non-hs credit) Algebra 2 (Grades non-hs credit) Algebra 2 (Grades non-hs credit) Mathematics Intervention (Grades 6-8) High school readiness mathematics (Explore) Mathematics Intervention (Grades 6-8) FMD Math FMD Math Intermediate Math Intermediate Math Elementary Mathematics Intervention Elementary Mathematics Intervention Algebra 1 (Part 1)/Algebra 1 (Part A)/ Algebra Algebra 1 (Part 1)/Algebra 1 (Part A)/ Algebra Algebra 1 (Part 2)/Algebra 1 (Part B) Algebra 1 (Part 2)/Algebra 1 (Part B) Algebra Algebra 1

2 Honors Algebra Accelerated Algebra MST Algebra Algebra 1 Intervention Algebra 1 Intervention Mathematics Intervention Mathematics Intervention Algebra 1.5/Introduction to Algebra Algebra 1.5/Introduction to Algebra Algebra Algebra Algebra 2 Intervention Algebra 2 Intervention Geometry Geometry Honors Geometry Accelerated Geometry MST Geometry Geometry Intervention Geometry Intervention Multi-subject/Multi-Grade Mathematics Multi-subject/Multi-Grade Mathematics Integrated/ Applied Math I Integrated/ Applied Math I Integrated/ Applied Math II Integrated/ Applied Math II Reading English English English English English English Multi-subject/Multi-Grade English Language Arts EXPLORE ELA for College and Career Readiness Multi-subject/Multi-Grade English Language Arts EXPLORE ELA for College and Career Readiness Middle School Reading Middle School Reading Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Reading Development Advanced Reading and Study Skills Advanced Reading and Study Skills Literacy Ready: Ready for reading in all disciplines Literacy Ready: Ready for reading in all disciplines Reading for College Success Reading for College Success EXPLORE Reading for College & Career Readiness EXPLORE Reading for College & Career Readiness Reading Intervention Reading Intervention

3 FMD English/Language Arts FMD English/Language Arts Intermediate Language Arts Intermediate Language Arts Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading Elementary Literacy Elementary Literacy Elementary Reading Intervention Elementary Reading Intervention Sixth Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 6 6 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 6th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Seventh Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 7 7 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 7th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards. Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Eighth Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 8 8 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 8th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Accelerated Sixth Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 6 6 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 6th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards, while providing opportunities for extensions appropriate for accelerated students. Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Accelerated Seventh Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 7 7 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 7th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards, while providing opportunities for extensions appropriate for accelerated students. Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Accelerated Eighth Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 8 8 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the 8th Grade Mathematics Kentucky Core Academic Standards, while providing opportunities for extensions appropriate for accelerated students. Content: Middle School Mathematics (general) Population: Pre-Algebra (Grades non-hs credit) Grade Level: 6 8 Description: This course prepares middle school students to be successful in an Algebra 1 course based on the relevant statements from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards. Content: Pre-Algebra Population: Algebra 1 (Grades non-hs credit)

4 Grade Level: 6 8 Description: This course addresses all the relevant statements from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Algebra I course but would not be intended for high school graduation credit. Content: Algebra I Population: Geometry (Grades non-hs credit) Grade Level: 6 8 Description: This course addresses all the relevant statements from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Geometry course but would not be intended for high school graduation credit. Content: Geometry Population: Algebra 2 (Grades non-hs Credit) Grade Level: 6 8 Description: This course is designed so the students develop the relevant skills and concepts from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards beyond Algebra 1 and then builds on those skills and concepts in a rigorous manner. For the class of 2012 and the classes that follow, Algebra 2 is a graduation requirement. NOTE: Students taking this course are not required to take the Quality Core End of Course (EOC) exam for Algebra 2; however, these students will need to complete the appropriate course work to meet the high school graduation requirement of Algebra 2. Content: Algebra II Population: Mathematics Intervention (Grades 6-8) Grade Level: 6 8 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional assistance beyond the grade level math course. This course uses intervention strategies to build and support the student's mathematical understanding. This course should be taken in conjunction with the grade level math course. Content: Mathematics Population: High School Readiness Mathematics Grade Level: 8 9 Description: This course, aligned with the Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS), is for students who need additional instruction to prepare for high school mathematics or who may not have attained the mathematics benchmark score for EXPLORE. This course may be taught concurrently with a middle or high school math course, or may serve as a mathematics elective for high school graduation, but not as one of the 3 required math courses for high school graduation: Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II. Caution: High School Readiness Mathematics primarily covers mathematics content covered in previous courses and cannot be approved for use in the initial-eligibility NCAA certification process. Content: Mathematics Population: FMD Math Grade Level: 6 12 Description: This is a math course for Middle and High School FMD Students in the alternate assessment program ONLY. Students in a diploma track program should be scheduled into courses identified with the proper content's state course code. Content: Elementary Education Population: Other Health Impaired Population: Functional Mental Disability Population: Multiple Disabilities Population: Autistic Population: Traumatic Brain Injury Intermediate Math Grade Level: 4 5 Description: This course is designed so the student accomplishes all the Intermediate Program of Studies by the time he/she completes 5th Grade. Intermediate level problem solving, mathematical communication, connections, mathematical reasoning, and multiple representations should be a part of the mathematics curriculum. Accuracy is an integral part of the mathematics program. Systematic review of earlier concepts and procedures is also an integral part of the intermediate program. Features of the intermediate level mathematics programs include active, hands-on work with manipulatives (concrete materials) and appropriate technologies. Content: Mathematics Population: Elementary Mathematics Intervention Grade Level: 0 5 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional assistance beyond the grade level math course. This course uses intervention strategies to build and support the student's mathematical understanding. This course should be taken in conjunction with the grade level math course. Population:

5 Algebra 1 (Part 1)/Algebra 1 (Part A)/ Algebra 0.5 Grade Level: 9 10 Description: This course is the first course of a set. This set of algebra 1 courses is designed for students who might need two years (or two semesters in block schedules) to attain all the concepts addressed in the relevant statements from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Algebra I course. Students must pass both courses ( and ) to earn the Algebra 1 credit for high school graduation. Content: Algebra I Population: Algebra 1 (Part 2)/Algebra 1 (Part B) Grade Level: 9 10 Description: This course is the second course of a set. This set of algebra 1 courses is designed for students who might need two years (or two semesters in block schedules) to attain all the concepts addressed in the relevant statements from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Algebra I course. Students must pass both courses ( and ) to earn the Algebra 1 credit for high school graduation. Content: Algebra I Population: Algebra 1 Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed so the students attain all the concepts contained in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Algebra 1. NOTE: This course may be titled Applied Algebra 1, Technical Algebra 1 or Interdisciplinary Algebra 1. The content of the course is Algebra I. Content: Algebra I Population: Honors Algebra 1 Grade Level: 9 9 Description: This course is designed so the students attain all the concepts contained in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Algebra 1. This Algebra 1 course provides extensions and enrichments for students who qualify. Content: Algebra I Population: Accelerated Algebra 1 Grade Level: 9 9 Description: This course is designed so the students attain all the concepts contained in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Algebra 1. This Algebra I course is taught at an accelerated pace for students who qualify. Content: Algebra I Population: MST Algebra 1 Grade Level: 9 9 Description: This course is designed so students could attain all the concepts contained in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Algebra I course and to build on those in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Algebra I, with extensions and applications provided for students who are enrolled in mathematics/science/technology magnet programs. Content: Algebra I Population: Algebra 1 Intervention Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional time with Algebra 1 topics and runs concurrently with Algebra 1. This course uses hands-on activities and experiments with graphing calculators to experiment with graphing calculators to support the study of the concepts addressed in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school Algebra 1 course. This course does not meet the Algebra 1 graduation requirement but could serve as an elective for high school graduation. Content: Algebra I Population: Mathematics Intervention Grade Level: 9 12 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional time and help with mathematical strategies. This course uses hands-on activities and experiments with graphing calculators to support the study of the concepts addressed in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for a high school. This course can be individualized to enhance a student's college or career readiness. This course could serve as a mathematics elective for high

6 school graduation, but not as one of the 3 required mathematics credits for high school graduation: Algebra 1, Geometry or Algebra 2 (class of 2012 and beyond). Content: Mathematics Population: Algebra 1.5/Introduction to Algebra 2 Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed for those students who have completed their Algebra 1 graduation credit, but are not deemed sufficiently prepared to attempt a rigorous, Algebra 2 course. The intent of this course is to go beyond Algebra 1 and prepare students for the Algebra 2 course. This course could serve as a mathematics elective for high school graduation, but not as the required Algebra 2 credit for high school graduation (class of 2012 and beyond). Content: Algebra II Population: Algebra 2 Grade Level: 6 12 Description: This course is designed so the students develop the relevant skills and concepts from the Kentucky Core Academic Standards beyond Algebra 1 and then builds on those skills and concepts in a rigorous manner. For the class of 2012 and the classes that follow, Algebra 2 is a graduation requirement. NOTE: This course may be titled Applied Algebra 2, Technical Algebra 2 or Interdisciplinary Algebra 2. The content of the course is Algebra II. Students taking this course are required to take the QualityCore End of Course (EOC) exam for Algebra 2. This code is to be used for both middle and high school students taking Algebra II for graduation credit. It is also to be used in lieu of the Integrated/Applied Math 3 code. (Credentials listed below are for grades 8-12 only. Please consult EPSB permissions for grades 6-8) Content: Algebra II Population: Algebra 2 Intervention Grade Level: 9 12 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional time with Algebra 2 topics and runs concurrently with Algebra 2. This course uses hands-on activities and experiments with graphing calculators to support the study of the concepts addressed in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards beyond Algebra 1. This course could serve as a mathematics elective for high school graduation, but not as the required Algebra 2 credit for high school graduation for class of 2012 and beyond. Content: Algebra II Population: Geometry Grade Level: 9 12 Description: This course is designed so the students can develop skills and concepts from the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Geometry. This course may be titled Applied Geometry, or Interdisciplinary Geometry. The content of the course is Geometry. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Traditional Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at Content: Geometry Population: Honors Geometry Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed so the students can develop skills and concepts from the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Geometry, with enrichments provided for students who intend to take more advance mathematics classes while in high school. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Traditional Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at Content: Geometry Population: Accelerated Geometry

7 Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed so the students can develop skills and concepts from the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Geometry at an accelerated pace. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Traditional Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at Content: Geometry Population: MST Geometry Grade Level: 9 11 Description: This course is designed so the students can develop skills and concepts from the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics in order to earn the high school graduation credit for Geometry, with extensions and applications provided for students who are enrolled in mathematics/science/technology magnet programs. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Traditional Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at Content: Geometry Population: Geometry Intervention Grade Level: 9 12 Description: This course is designed for students who need additional time with Geometry topics and runs concurrently with Geometry. This course uses hands-on activities and experiments with graphing calculators to support the study of the concepts addressed in the relevant statements in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards beyond the Algebra 1 courses. This course could serve as an elective for high school graduation credit, but not as a mathematics credit for high school graduation. Content: Geometry Population: Multi-Subject/Multi-Grade Mathematics Grade Level: 6 12 Description: This course is to be used for resource special education and alternative setting classrooms where students are receiving instruction in multiple content areas within the Math core. The individualized content for each specific course taught under this umbrella course must meet the standards listed in this document. A highly qualified teacher is required. This course number should not be utilized when instruction is being provided related to one specific course. Content: Mathematics Population: Varies Integrated/Applied Mathematics I This course is the first year of Integrated Mathematics. This sequence of integrated curricula should include the High School Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics content for graduation within the integrated courses taken by each student. Curricula used may be developed through the support of the National Science Foundation. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Integrated Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at Integrated/Applied Mathematics II This course is the second year of Integrated Mathematics. This sequence of integrated curricula should include the High School Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics content for graduation within the integrated courses taken by each student. Curricula used may be developed through the support of the National Science Foundation. If this completes the High School Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Mathematics (Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II) then students enrolled in this course will take a state administered End-of-Course Algebra 2 assessment. For possible models on how to organize HS standards into courses, please see the Common Core State Standards, Appendix A: Integrated Model Course Pathways in Mathematics at English 6 Grade Level: 6 6 Description: Middle level English/Language Arts is designed to present a wide range of reading experiences with print and non-print text for literary, informational, persuasive, and practical purposes. Students use writing-to-learn and writing-to-demonstrate-learning strategies, as well as the writing process and criteria for effective writing, to write in a variety

8 of forms and for multiple audiences and purposes. Speaking, listening, and observing skills are used to communicate information for a variety of authentic purposes, situations, and audiences. The integration of inquiry skills and technology with the other strands allows students to continue to discover and communicate ideas and information. Course adheres to Kentucky Core Academic Standards requirements Content: English Language Arts Population: English 7 Grade Level: 7 7 Description: Middle level English/Language Arts is designed to present a wide range of reading experiences with print and non-print text for literary, informational, persuasive, and practical purposes. Students use writing-to-learn and writing-to-demonstrate-learning strategies, as well as the writing process and criteria for effective writing, to write in a variety of forms and for multiple audiences and purposes. Speaking, listening, and observing skills are used to communicate information for a variety of authentic purposes, situations, and audiences. The integration of inquiry skills and technology with the other strands allows students to continue to discover and communicate ideas and information. Course adheres to Kentucky Core Academic Standards requirements. Content: English Language Arts Population: English 8 Grade Level: 8 8 Description: Middle level English/Language Arts is designed to present a wide range of reading experiences with print and non-print text for literary, informational, persuasive, and practical purposes. Students use writing-to-learn and writing-to-demonstrate-learning strategies, as well as the writing process and criteria for effective writing, to write in a variety of forms and for multiple audiences and purposes. Speaking, listening, and observing skills are used to communicate information for a variety of authentic purposes, situations, and audiences. The integration of inquiry skills and technology with the other strands allows students to continue to discover and communicate ideas and information. Course adheres to Kentucky Core Academic Standards requirements. Content: English Language Arts Population: Multi-Subject/Multi-Grade English Language Arts Grade Level: 6 12 Description: This course is to be used for resource special education and alternative setting classrooms where students are receiving instruction in multiple content areas within the English Language Arts core. The individualized content for each specific course taught under this umbrella course must meet the standards listed in this document. A highly qualified teacher is required. This course number should not be utilized when instruction is being provided related to one specific course. Content: English Language Arts Population: Varies EXPLORE ELA for College & Career Readiness Grade Level: 7 10 Description: This course is for students who need additional time and support or for students who may not have attained the benchmark EXPLORE score in English/Language Arts. This course could serve as an English/Language Arts elective for high school graduation for high school students, but not as one of the 4 required English Language Arts courses. Content: English Language Arts Population: Middle School Reading Grade Level: 6 8 Description: Middle School Reading is designed to present a wide range of reading experiences with print and non-print text that have literary and information purposes. Informational texts include expository, persuasive, and procedural texts and documents. Students use reading strategies before, during and after reading to aid in comprehension of texts. Speaking, listening, and observing skills are used to communicate information for a variety of authentic purposes, situations, and audiences. The integration of inquiry and technology allows students to continue to discover and communicate ideas and information. In isolation, this supplemental course will not fulfill the middle school language arts requirements defined in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards. Content: Reading Population: Reading Development 1 Grade Level: 9 12 Description: Special Topics: instruction for students with reading difficulties; focuses on skill acquisition and reading technique; demonstrates word attack skills and reading comprehension strategies Content: Reading Population:

9 Reading Development 2 Grade Level: Description: Special Topics: instruction for students with reading difficulties; focuses on skill acquisition and reading technique; demonstrates word attack skills and reading comprehension strategies Content: Reading Population: Reading Development 3 Grade Level: Description: Special Topics: continued skill building; emphasis on individual deficiencies; functional literacy Content: Reading Population: Reading Development 4 Grade Level: Description: Special Topics: competency test reading; career reading skills Content: Reading Population: Advanced Reading and Study Skills Grade Level: Description: Special Topics: reading under contract; advanced reading skill development Content: Reading Population: Literacy Ready: Ready for reading in all disciplines Grade Level: Description: This course, developed by the Southern Regional Educational Board, teaches students strategies for reading and truly understanding specific kinds of complex texts in all subjects reading a biology textbook, for example, is different than reading short stories or history research articles. Students learn to develop and defend ideas from the text and write about them in different college-level formats. This course was developed to address the college readiness needs of students within 3 points of the national ACT benchmarks and is intended for students who were likely planning to attend college anyway, but recognize a need to raise their ACT scores for college placement purposes. Content: Reading Population: Reading for College Success Grade Level: Description: This course is for students who need additional time and support or for students who may not have attained the benchmark ACT score in Reading, which includes Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Humanities, and Literature texts. This course could serve as an English/Language Arts elective for high school graduation, but not as one of the 4 required English Language Arts courses (class of 2012 and beyond). Content: Reading Population: EXPLORE Reading for College & Career Readiness Grade Level: 7 10 Description: This course is for students who need additional time and support or for students who may not have attained the benchmark EXPLORE score in Reading, which includes Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Humanities, and Literature texts. This course could serve as an English/Language Arts elective for high school graduation for high school students, but not as one of the 4 required English Language Arts courses. Content: Reading Population: Reading Intervention Grade Level: 6 12 Description: This course description is reserved for targeted intervention or remediation courses in reading at the middle or high school level. Content: Reading Population: Intermediate Language Arts Grade Level: 4 5 Description: Content is designed to build a wide range of reading experiences with print and non-print materials that have literary, informational, persuasive, and practical purposes. Students use writing-to-learn and writing-todemonstrate learning strategies, as well as the writing process and criteria for effective writing, to develop writing in a variety

10 of forms and for multiple audiences and purposes. Speaking, listening, and observing skills are used to communicate information for a variety of authentic purposes, situations, and audiences. The integration of inquiry skills and technology with the other strands allows students to discover and communicate ideas and information. Course adheres to Program of Studies requirements. Content: English Language Arts Population: Intermediate Reading Grade Level: 4 5 Description: Focuses on skill acquisition and reading technique; demonstrates word attack skills and reading comprehension strategies Content: Reading Population: Elementary Literacy Grade Level: 0 5 Description: Literacy includes, reading, writing, and the creative and analytical acts involved in producing and comprehending text. Content: Literacy Population: Elementary Reading Intervention Grade Level: 0 5 Description: This course description is reserved for targeted intervention or remediation courses in Reading. Content: Reading Population:

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