Leander ISD officials are asking community members to provide their feedback on new instructional materials proposed for next school year.

What you need to know

Community members may now share their thoughts as district officials consider adopting new materials for over 20 courses for the 2024-25 school year, including Advanced Placement classes, career and technology education programs, and K-12 science.

Until Feb. 16, community members can complete an online survey or visit the district’s administration building and Cedar Park High School to view proposed materials and provide feedback. District officials will host Q&A Zoom meetings with curriculum coordinators on Feb. 7 at 9 a.m., noon and 5 p.m. where parents can ask questions and give their input.

Community members are also invited to attend the March 28 board of trustees meeting. In March, district officials will present their recommendations to the board before they take a vote in April, according to the district’s website.

The specifics

New instructional materials are up for adoption in the following courses:
  • AP government
  • AP European history
  • AP economics
  • AP psychology
  • AP chemistry
  • K-12 science, including high school astronomy
  • Career & Technology Education (click here for a full list of courses)
What’s next?

District officials will give an update on the process for adopting new course materials at the Jan. 18 board of trustees meeting, according to the meeting agenda.