Glenwood Community SD
(Superintendent Devin Embray) CLI started consulting with Glenwood Community SD in the fall of 2011. Not only that, but CLI has worked with Supt. Devin Embray at two other school districts besides Glenwood. Loyal superintendents know our model works, and we are happy to have such positive long-standing work relationships. We have implemented the CLI Model in this district and our partnership continues through our online services.
LaSalle-Peru Township SD 120
(Superintendent Steven Wrobleski) LaSalle-Peru Township SD #120 began their first year working with us during the 2013-2014 school year. LP now has every division working through the CLI process. All divisions have developed aligned curricula and are developing assessments to assist in monitoring student achievement. In addition to addressing the development of curriculum and assessments for each division, the district is researching and discussing mastery, homework, grade reporting, and their overall effects on students.
Lincoln County SD #1
(Superintendent Teresa Chaulk) Lincoln County SD #1 came on board with CLI in 2013-2014. Superintendent Teresa Chaulk wears many hats there, including that of the Curriculum Director. Every subject area at LCSD #1 has been through the model and are using the work for what it was intended…to improve learning! Mrs. Chaulk says that her teachers now know the CLI process is “the way we do things here.”
Niobrara Public Schools
A partner district since 2017-2018, Niobrara Public Schools is continuing their partnership with CLI. Superintendent Margaret Sandoz leads this school district located near the border of Nebraska and South Dakota. There are approximately 220 students attending grades K-12. Teachers work with students in a content area for three to four years which translates into greater student success.
Park County SD #6
(Superintendent Ray L. Schulte) CLI began working with Park County SD 6 in the spring of 2012. Assistant Superintendent Tim Foley continues to lead curriculum, instruction, and assessment initiatives in Cody. Only 50 miles from the gates of Yellowstone, students in PCSD 6 have first-hand experience in the beauty and history of the area. These features are emphasized in the local curriculum when it is developed in all content areas.
Pennoyer SD 79
(Superintendent Kristin Kopta) Partnering since 2017-2018, CLI is excited to continue work with Pennoyer School District 79. Pennoyer is a K-8 district near Chicago that serves Norridge, Harwood Heights, and Norwood Park Township. The administration and staff in this small district are providing leadership for changes toward improved student learning.
Sublette County SD #1
(Superintendent Jay Harnack) After having completed the full model years ago with CLI and then maintaining the processes in-house, we’re delighted to work again with Pinedale to finish writing curriculum for two content areas and continue best practice methods of instruction and assessment for the rest.
Sublette County SD #9
Big Piney, WY
(Superintendent Kevin Garvey) 2019-20 marks the ninth year of CLI service to Sublette County SD #9 with all curriculum revised. The district is continuing to explore and implement best practice strategies for the implementation of standards-aligned curriculum and the development of local, aligned assessments to measure student success.
Superior Public Schools
CLI began a partnership with Superior Public Schools in January of 2019. Superintendent Marty Kobza is a welcomed veteran of the process as he has worked with the CLI Model while leading three other school districts! Located close to the Kansas-Nebraska border, Superior has around 450 students.
Sweetwater County SD #1
Rock Springs, WY
(Superintendent Kelly McGovern) We’re happy to continue working with Sweetwater County School District #1, our sixth year moving through the process (partner since 2014-2015). Chief Academic Officer, Wanda Maloney, continues to select excellent representatives from across the district to sit on the various committees and gladly reported significant improvements in assessment scores. As president of the Wyoming Curriculum Directors Association, we’re proud to work with so closely with this talented educator!
USD 244 & USD 245 (Consortium)
Burlington, KS & LeRoy-Gridley, KS
USD 244 Superintendent, Craig Marshall, and USD 245 Superintendent, Russ Mildward, have continued the partnership initiated in the 2013-2014 school year. Both districts are able to share CLI resources and expertise in this consortium, and each will have representation on committees to develop curriculum, instructional plans, and assessments. This consortium work paves the way for networking support across the Coffey County Schools.
USD 257, Iola began the CLI process in the fall of 2010. Stacey Fager began serving as the superintendent during the 2017-18 school year. He replaces retiring superintendent and former CLI consultant, Jack Koehn. Angie Linn has provided successful leadership as their curriculum director for several years. The teaching staff at all three elementary attendance centers, Iola Middle School and Iola High School have collaborated through the curriculum, instruction and assessment process which has improved the foundation for all students. Iola has also benefited from a low student to teacher ratio to provide support for their continued academic success.