Instructional Materials

  • Student/Parent Digital Materials Access Information -- Schoology, ClassLink, & More

    Texas Education Agency Adoption Cycle (updated April 2021) 

    Proclamation 2022 - Adoption Information

    The SBOE issued Proclamation 2022 at the April 2020 meeting to call for K-12 Health and Physical Education instructional materials. The SBOE finalized an adopted list of materials under Proclamation 2022 this past November. The SBOE-adopted and/or district-adopted materials to support the new Physical Education and Health TEKS are scheduled for implementation in the 2022–2023 school year.

    During the adoption process, SCUCISD operates as a closed district.  All publishers with materials related to Proclamation 2022 should contact only the District Instructional Materials Coordinator, Kelley Mosley.  Campus instructional staff should not be contacted by publishers.

    To find the list of materials adopted by the SBOE, please visit TEA's Proclamation 2022 site.  The Proclamation 2022 webpage also provides additional information specific to these SBOE-adopted materials.  The State Board of Education requires that all pre-adoption samples of instructional materials be made available to the public online. The pre-adoption online samples can still be accessed through this Proclamation 2022 Samples link.




  • Community Preview of K-12 Physical Education

    & Health Instructional Materials 


    SCUCISD is hosting a Community Preview of K-12 Physical Education and Health Instructional Materials.


    Interested parents & community members may contact Kelley Mosley, Instructional Materials Coordinator, at 210-945-6010 or for more information and/or to schedule an appointment.  Guests will be able to preview the Physical Education and Health materials under consideration for district adoption.

    WHEN: Appointments are available during the weeks of Monday, February 28th - Friday, March 4th & Monday, March 7th – Friday, March 11th

    WHERE: Marion Dolford Learning Center at 200 West Schlather Street (Cibolo)


      State Curriculum News!


    Science News ~ Now Accepting Public Comment on Proclamation 2024 (Science, Technology Applications, and Certain Career and Technical Education Courses)

    Please review the draft proclamation that has been posted to the TEA website and submit comments or concerns using the Proclamation 2024 Public Comment Form no later than Friday, March 25, 2022. The State Board of Education (SBOE) is scheduled to issue Proclamation 2024 at the April 2022 meeting to call for instructional materials for K–12 science, K–8 technology applications, and certain CTE courses. TEA will share all comments with the SBOE.

    TEA will also host focus groups in February and March 2022 to collect feedback on the draft. If you are interested in participating in a focus group, please submit a Proclamation 2024 Focus Group Interest Form.


    Social Studies News ~ Update on Social Studies TEKS Review and Revision

    The State Board of Education (SBOE) has authority for the review and adoption of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for each subject of the required curriculum. SBOE members nominate educators, parents, business and industry representatives, and employers to serve on review work groups. The information below provides details regarding the 2021–2022 review and revision of the TEKS for kindergarten-grade 12 social studies.

    Social Studies Work Group Application

    The SBOE is now accepting applications to serve on social studies TEKS review work groups. The SBOE's TEKS review and revision process calls for multiple, separate work groups. Applicants do not need to be educators to apply. Please enter information in the application that best reflects your experience. A link is provided below to the application.

    Work Groups

    Throughout the revision process, applications are submitted to SBOE members for their review and approval. TEA then builds work groups from the pool of approved applicants and notifies selected applicants of their invitation to serve on a work group.

    • Work group members will be expected to complete an online orientation session prior to their work group meeting.
    • Work group members may be asked to complete pre-work exercises prior to their meeting.
    • Work group members may be asked to provide invited testimony at SBOE meetings.

    Questions related to the application for the social studies TEKS review and revision process can be directed to

    Draft Recommendations for Proposed New Personal Financial Literacy and Economics Course Available 

    Social studies TEKS review Group A convened for a series of meetings to develop recommendations in response to Senate Bill (SB) 1063 from the 87th Texas Legislative Session, Regular Session, 2021. SB 1063 requires the SBOE to adopt TEKS for a new combined personal financial literacy and economics course that may fulfill a student's graduation requirement for economics. 

    Work Group A’s recommendations are currently available for review and feedback on the 2021-2022 Social Studies TEKS Review Work Group Drafts web page under the heading Work Group A: Personal Financial Literacy and Economics.  

    Feedback on work group recommendations will be accepted throughout the review process for the proposed new course. When providing specific comments and recommendations, please identify the work group in the subject line of the email. For example, in the subject line, please indicate "Social Studies TEKS Review Work Group A  Feedback." Please submit comments to TEA at

    SBOE Receives Update on Social Studies TEKS Review

    At its first meeting of the year, the State Board of Education (SBOE) was provided an update on the Social Studies Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) review. The update TEA staff provided to the Board is part of the early stages of the social studies TEKS review.

    During the meeting, board members discussed social studies content advisors’ initial feedback and their consensus recommendations. The social studies content advisors convened in December 2021-January 2022 to discuss their initial feedback and develop consensus recommendations to guide the SBOE in its TEKS review. Content advisors provided 10 recommendations on various topics related to social studies TEKS.

    The board directed work groups to revise the social studies TEKS using the following four strands: civics and government, geography, economics, and history.

    The board also directed the work groups to use framework from content advisors’ recommendation for Kindergarten-Grade 2, with a focus on communities and the world at Grade 3, and place emphasis at Kindergarten-Grade 3 on teaching through the lenses of local, state, national, and world experiences. Additionally, the board directed work groups to keep Texas history as the focus for Grade 7.

    The board also discussed a preliminary draft of the proposed new TEKS for a high school course focused on Personal Financial Literacy and Economics. The new social studies course will comply with the requirements of Senate Bill 1063 from the Regular Session of the 87th Texas Legislature (2021).

    Following are social studies TEKS review draft recommendations from Work Group A: Work Group A Draft Recommendations (PDF, 264KB).

    The Board is expected to address these two items at its April 2022 meeting.