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2017 -2018 Membership Drive

 Sign up for membership by March 31, 2017 and take advantage of the special offer listed below

SMCAA is a state-wide non-profit curriculum support association. Its mission is to provide support to member school districts for the development, implementation, and evaluation of local curriculum aligned to state adopted standards and designed to support student achievement. Funding for the association comes largely from membership. Therefore, when we say, “We are only as strong as our membership”… We really mean it! Click Here For Additional Membership Benefit Information

Reminder: SMCAA membership runs from July 1 to June 30 each year. You may register now for your district 2017 – 2018 membership. Districts may choose Bill Now or Delay Billing until after July 1.

  • BYOC users must keep SMCAA membership current to qualify for the SMCAA discount for both initial purchase and renewals. Stay current by registering for membership on or before July 1 annually.
  • As part of maintaining the SMCAA member discount, multi-year BYOC subscription districts are responsible for renewing membership annually. Districts may choose to submit membership for the full term of their multi-year subscription by contacting our office at 573-635-2299.

Special Offer

Register by March 31, 2017  to take advantage of our 3 in-house one day workshops for $100 per participant, per workshop. Workshop pricing is normally $130 for each member participant per session  ($190.00 for non-member participants per session).

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Call for Presenters

Fall Conference October 22 - 24, 2017

The 21st Century Classroom: #TechHasNoWalls’

Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach

Deadline: March 24, 2017  


We invite you to submit a proposal for the SMCAA Fall Conference aligned to the theme of ‘The 21st Century Classroom:#TechHasNoWalls’ Keynote speaker will be educator, author Matt Miller Ditch That Textbook.  He will conduct an all - day workshop on Monday. Then SMCAA selected in-state presenters will present sessions on Tuesday. Participants will appreciate hearing about creative technology approaches being used in your district to boost student ownership for learning and how, as a result, achievement levels are improving! This is a great opportunity to showcase the work of your teachers and students!!

Click Here to Complete and Submit the Call For Presenters



March 2017 Regional Meetings

“But this I know…”

Sitting on the cusp of what could/might happen to/in public education is so very daunting/bewildering/frightening…

With so many uncertainties currently facing us, it’s difficult to define what might be the best use of our time together. As you are aware, this will be my final opportunity to be a part of helping to facilitate our conversations and sharing of information regarding curriculum issues. I, like you, am anxious for public education, our teachers, our students…

SoWhat are the questions we must address?!!!!

Please plan to join us at one of the SMCAA Regional Meetings that will likely spawn some lively discussion of what must be done if we are to help lead what is quickly becoming a more discouraged and apprehensive academic staff…

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Conducting You Own Curriculum Audit

The single most important step toward change is the first one. It is the one that begins the journey. Thus, using our internal GPS, it is essential that we first determine 'Where We Are'. This requires that we 'Face Our Own Reality' before we begin to chart a course for ‘where we will need to go’ and ‘what we are willing to do to get there,’ if we are to reach our goal of preparing every student with the 21st century skills they will need to be ready to succeed!

This 2-Day workshop will provide Curriculum Leaders with tools to help them determine if there is congruence among the written, taught and tested curriculum in their schools; including how to conduct a Readiness Audit to determine how prepared their district is to perform the work and adjust to changes in curriculum development and instructional strategies that will need to be done over the next couple of years.

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2017 Annual BYOC Users' Group Meeting

September 21, 2017
Capitol Plaza Hotel
415 McCarty Street
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101

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Meeting open to both current and prospective BYOC and BYOC+ Users

BYOC Webinars

As a service to our current BuildYourOwnCurriculum members, as well as to those who would simply like to see our practical approach to curriculum management first hand, we invite you to learn more by signing up for one of our upcoming webinars listed below. If none of the dates work for you, give us a call we'd be happy to schedule a custom showing.  

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