• Preparing scientifically literate-citizens

    The Council Bluffs Community School District aspires to provide all students with a rigorous academic and laboratory science experience that will prepare them with the knowledge and skills to understand the complex problems of a rapidly changing and technologically sophisticated world.  To accomplish this, Council Bluffs Community Schools is committed to providing students with equitable opportunities to learn science and be engaged in science and engineering practices along with access to quality space, equipment, instructional time and teachers who support and motivate their learning.

    Our courses are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards as described in the Iowa Core and are delivered with an emphasis on student inquiry to understand and design solutions to real-world problems.  Through engagement in authentic lab and field investigations about natural phenomenon in their local environment that connect to students’ interests and past experiences, students learn to think and act like scientists.

Please use the following information to access the K-12 Science Curriculum and Instructional Content (iCurio).

  • In the Username space, type cbschools.   In the Password space, type guest. Then click the Login button.

    Curriculum Maps and Instructional Resources  are the folders that contain the information approved for use by our teachers for our courses. District Assessments and Teacher Resource Nominations folders are not accessible. 

    Click here to navigate to iCurio log in for Elementary School course information.

    Click here to navigate to iCurio log in for Middle School course information.

    Click here to navigate to iCurio log in for High School course information.

    To receive assistance with navigating our iCurio site, please send an email message to icurio@cbcsd.org or call 712-328-6446 x11333.

Phone: 712-396-2317


Degrees and Certifications:

Jessica Rosenberg, K-12 Science Curriculum Specialist