Williams Visit Requirements for Elementary Schools
Schools subject to a Williams visit by the fourth week of school should refer to the checklist above for specific requirements. The following documents must be completed and provided to the Williams team on the day of visit.
Biliteracy Program (if applicable)
- Biliteracy Instructional Materials Sufficiency Form -Schools using a combination of English and Spanish core instructional materials should complete this form instead of the Elementary Grades K-6 Instructional Materials Sufficiency Form.
- Biliteracy Class Survey Form -Schools with a biliteracy program will need to complete this form to identify either English or Spanish as the core instructional materials for each biliteracy classroom.
Classroom Notices (updated 8/2010) -Posted in Every Classroom
Verification of Student Access to Electronic Versions of District-Adopted Instructional Materials -This form is used for a parent to verify access to electronic versions of district-adopted materials at home when a student chooses this method over print.
Zangle Master Schedule Directions for Williams Team Visits:
- Master Schedule Report Directions
- Enrollment Analysis Directions
Back to Williams Legislation Page
To order additional instructional materials:
- For emergency pick-up of all core subject area student instructional materials, from the IMC Warehouse: Complete a District-Adopted Core Instructional Materials Order Form-Elementary and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 619-542-5796.
- For delivery of enVision Math and/or Foss Science Kits from the IMC Warehouse: Also,complete a District-Adopted Core Instructional Materials Order Form-Elementary and email to email@example.com or fax to (619) 542-5796. (Delivery requires up to a week to receive your order.)
- For delivery of English Language Arts, History/Social-Science and FOSS Science student books: order through the District’s ePro elementary textbook catalog in Peoplesoft. (Delivery requires up to a week to receive your order.)
Facilities must be maintained in "good repair", assuring they are clean, safe and functional in accordance with the Facilities Inspection Tool (FIT) developed by the Office of Public School Construction. No conditions should exist in structures or systems that pose a threat to the health and safety of pupils or staff while at school. School districts must certify that a facilities inspection system has been established to ensure each of its facilities is maintained in "good repair" in order to participate in the School Facility Program and the Deferred Maintenance Program
Facility Inspection Tool should be completed with 100% of classrooms and all common areas being inspected by Facilities Department personnel. Sample form: PDF | Excel
Instructional Resources and Materials
IMC, 2441 Cardinal Lane
San Diego, CA 92123-3798
(858) 496-8466 - Phone
|Williams Coordinator||Barbara Baron|
Instructional Resources and Materials Department
|Instructional Materials Supervisor||Chris Woehler|
|Teacher Assignments||Darin Noyes|
Certificated Human Resources
|SARC (School Accountability Report Cards)||Chuck Allen|
Assistant General Counsel
|Valenzuela Settlement /CAHSEE |
Resource Teacher, Central Office