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Continuous Curriculum Review Process

The development of a comprehensive cycle of curriculum review that integrates the review process with our PLC’s, Staff Development, and Goals setting systems is an essential component of the advancement of student learning.  Through the process of curriculum review New Ulm Public Schools strives to provide programs that support our vision of preparing all students to be successful learners.

Continuous Curriculum Review Process

Continuous Review Process

New Ulm Public Schools are committed to its mission of being the regional educational leader for Pre-Kindergarten into Post-Secondary programming.  The Board of Education, the District Curriculum Advisory Committee, the District Leadership Team, and Building Teaching Professionals will support the development, implementation, and continuous review necessary to achieve our mission and provide our community with first-class educational opportunities.  Dedication and commitment to excellence will allow us to continue to build and implement programs that our community and professionals can take great pride in. If you have any questions regarding district curriculum, the continuous review process or an interest in joining the District Curriculum Advisory Committee, please call or Email the Director of Learning Services, Paul Henn, at 507-233-6193 or


You may register for courses through several different methods.

You may also stop by the Washington Learning Center at 910 14th Street North in person.

Registration is completed only when fees are paid. Late registrations will be accepted through the second class meeting provided the class is not filled. Class fees will remain the same for those registering late.

Grant Information

Grant Opportunity

New Ulm Area Community Education offers a grant program for the following areas:  youth development and leadership, senior programming, after school youth programs, and adults with disabilities.  We are seeking grant applications for specific projects that support these programs.
Grant Application Deadlines: (4 times/year) August 1st, November 1st, February 1st, and May 1st.

For questions on what Community Education might fund or questions about the grant application process, please contact Dawn Brown, Community Education Director, at or Crystal Fleck, Community Education Coordinator, at or 507-233-8307.

Download our grant application form.

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