Dale Lee

Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and Accountability

Dale Lee holds the position of Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and Accountability for Excelsior Charter Schools.  He has worked as a high school math instructor and facilitator for three years.  Dale holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, a Master’s degree in Teaching, and a Single Subject Credential in Mathematics.  Prior to coming to work for Excelsior, Dale spent 12 years in the business world as a partner within the retail and service industries here in the local community.


Brian Lamers

Curriculum Coordinator

Brian Lamers is the Curriculum Coordinator for Excelsior Charter School. Brian started his career with Excelsior in 2010 as a History teacher and facilitator before transitioning into the Assistant Principal role at our Victorville Campus. From there, Brian took over the Phelan campus for several years before moving down the hill to open our Corona Campus. After several years in Corona, Brian accepted the role as Curriculum Coordinator. He has a Bachelor’s degree in History, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Administration, and a single-subject teaching credential in social studies.


We are pleased to provide you excellent services in the areas of:

  • Coordinate stakeholder input and maintain the integrity of the curriculum to ensure alignment with California State Standards/Common Core Standards and outcomes
  • Develop and Implement formative and summative assessment tools to monitor student progress
  • Implementation and support for intervention programs across mathematics, reading and writing for identified students based on local and state assessments
  • Provide direct support to sites to facilitate effective implementation of curriculum, assessments, and instructional programs
  • Support the design and delivery of professional development that ensures fidelity of curriculum implementation across all sites
  • Refine instructional programs to include resources that meet the needs of diverse learners, including students with disabilities, those who are highly able, English language learners, and students who are at risk of underachievement because of poverty
  • Maintain formal links with all central offices and departments to ensure consistent delivery of curriculum and instructional materials
  • Facilitate communication with employee organizations, parents, community groups, and institutions of higher education regarding curriculum, instruction, and assessment

The Curriculum Department oversees and monitors several exams. Excelsior uses a data-driven model to guide instruction and guide our educational teams, including our parents and students in the process of frequently monitoring progress. Excelsior Charter Schools’ assessments include:

  • Frequent Excelsior Common Assessment across core subject areas
  • State Standards Test (CAASPP)
  • The English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)
  • Physical Fitness Testing (PFT)

For more info: California Department of Education

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