Success Stories

Hear directly from teachers, principals and administrators how BYOC has changed their approach to curriculum and improved communication, lesson planning and assessment district-wide.

Replicating Success – BYOC travels from Wyoming to Montana

When current Anaconda School District #10 Superintendent and Curriculum Director, Dr. Gerry Nolan, made the transition from his previous position to Anaconda School District # 10 he knew there would be at least one thing he would be bringing with him, BuildYourOwnCurriculum (BYOC). In his previous position at Fremont County School District #2 in Wyoming, Dr. Nolan had used BYOC with great success and he sought to recreate that success here in the Anaconda School District #10.

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West De Pere, Wisconsin: Implementing BYOC at a Comfortable Pace

Enrolling just over 3,000 students, West De Pere is a small district in northeastern Wisconsin. After learning their current curriculum management system would no longer be offered, West De Pere Curriculum Director Amy LaPierre began to research other options. She selected BYOC based on positive recommendations from other schools and its easy-to-use, instructional design. One year into their five-year implementation plan, the staff is extremely pleased with integrating BYOC at a comfortable pace, focusing on a few departments at a time.

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RSU #73, Maine: Developing an Innovative District

A new school district to lower Maine, RSU #73 was created through the consolidation of two existing districts. Using the consolidation as an opportunity to improve and refresh the district, Superintendent Dr. Robert Wall pursued new curriculum management options to update their current paper system. BYOC’s comprehensive features for collaboration, improvement, and assessment—rolled in an easy-to-use format—are helping the district to become the dynamic and innovative school they aspire to be.

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Racine, WI - Delivering student success with curriculum

The Racine Unified School District is the fifth largest district in the state of Wisconsin, responsible for educating approximately 19,455 students. The staff members of the district take this charge very seriously and have devoted themselves fully to achieving their district mission, to “educate every child to succeed”.

One way that the leadership of the Racine Unified School District pursues their mission is through their commitment to developing effective and authentic curriculum.

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Educational Service Agencies: Partnering for Proven Solutions

CESA 6 in Wisconsin, the Show-me Curriculum Administrators Association (SMCAA) in Missouri and Greenbush Southeast Kansas Education Service Center are three service agencies that tested various curriculum management systems and found BYOC to be the ideal solution. All three service agencies discovered the benefits of BYOC—and the partnership with School Software Group—allowed them to bring effective and proven solutions to their member districts. Through our business partnership with AESA, we are bale to reach additional agencies nationwide.

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