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Bath District and Curriculum

The curriculum at Bath Schools is based on the educational standards set by the Maine Department of Education. The English curriculum, at Bath helps build reading skills while the students study literary works, both fiction and nonfiction. The Mathematics curriculum introduces abstract concepts which is followed by more concrete problem-soling skills. The Science curriculum introduces natural phenomenon and the processes by which scientists observe and investigate them. An overarching goal of the curriculum is to integrate topics so the students are prepared for the ever-changing global community.

We currently cover the following Bath-area school district: Regional School Unit 1.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bath District Curriculum

The Bath School Department follows a curriculum designed to focus on the whole child. Early literacy is a focus at the elementary school level. At all levels, curriculum is designed to be interesting yet challenging, to prepare students for college and careers. Learning experiences teach students to think critically about the material they are learning.

Along with the standard core curriculum of Math, Science, English and Social Studies, students are taught to think critically, communicate clearly, and integrate technology to gather and evaluate resources. The School Department offers special education classes, a regional career and technical program as well as adult education. Foreign language is offered as well as special
programs for students learning English as a second language.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bath Educational News

  • 7th Graders Plant Trees - Part of a program pioneered by the Bath School Department, the Leading our Community in Agriculture Learning Program, has a garden utilized for school resources. 7th graders spent time in the garden planting an orchard that will eventually contribute to their school lunches. These students will continue to care for the trees, seeing the fruit of their labor.
  • Schools Provide an Opportunity for Volunteering - Schools are always open to volunteers, as they are often understaffed with large classrooms. Talk to your school about becoming a tutor, literacy volunteer or teacher for a student whose native language is not English. Working with kids during the holiday season is well worth the time and effort and will be a rewarding experience.
  • Children's Theaters have a Lot to Offer - Taking children to the theater can be a great experience for all, not only for the fun of it, but also to instill a sense of culture in them. The Chocolate Church in Bath in one of the many theaters in the mid-coast region that offer live theater and live music. At any time of year, there is ample opportunity to wind down, relax and enjoy a great production put on by the community and neighbors.

Bath Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Are Your Kids Getting Enough Sleep?

Although there is no magic number for sleep requirements for children or adults, there are general rules a parent can follow to ensure their children are getting enough rest and are able to be attentive and productive in the classroom. In general, grade schoolers need about 10+ hours of sleep at night. Teenagers, with their hormones and rapid body changes, need close to the same, but their sleep patterns can vary, requiring more or less depending on the day. Parents don't realize that giving in to their children's pleas to stay up can have adverse affects on their attention span, ability to focus, and physical well-being. Good sleep patterns means healthy students.

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