The maps in the Atlas system are the result of the collaborative effort of Novi's K-12 teaching staff, administrators and Oakland Schools, who spent over 8500 hours reaching a consensus on the curriculum and creating this two-dimensional graph of instructional planning. The Novi Schools' curriculum in Atlas not only meets but often exceeds the state standards. Educators worked together in various groupings, beyond the scope of grade level and subject area, to make certain the content provides the foundation for ensuring that each student will make no less than one year's growth in one year's time and that all students will achieve at a high level, two of the four district goals.
Novi's Atlas curriculum maps provide a vital communication link between school and home to provide parents an overview of what is being taught in the classroom. You will be able to view a list of main topics, essential questions, content, and skills for each core subject at each grade level. Utilizing Atlas Rubicon, parents and guardians will have an opportunity to reinforce at home the focus of learning that takes place at school.
While it is difficult for a two-dimensional map or graph to capture the multi-dimensional teaching and learning that takes place each and every day, Atlas Rubicon will be continuously reviewed and adjusted to meet the needs of our learners.
We hope that you will utilize Atlas and provide us with feedback as we strive together to fulfill Novi School's vision of developing each student's potential with a world-class education.
To access this powerful tool click on the Atlas Rubicon K-12 link and follow the directions below.
To explore grade level and course information in detail click on the Reports tab.
Once there you will click on Scope and Sequence and then click on Choose Courses.
In the Filter Box on the left hand side of the screen you will choose the grade level and the subject or subjects and then click on the browse button.
Once the courses come up on the right hand side of the screen you need to check off the ones you want and click on the close button.
You will then select your Mapping Category - (e.g., key concepts, content expectations, focus questions, unit abstracts, etc.) within the Scope and Sequence Report and then click on View Report.