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Bedford Township District and Curriculum

Bedford Township students attend school in the Bedford Public Schools district which consists of three elementary schools, one junior high school, and one high school. The school system serves over 5,000 students each year in its facilities. The Bedford Public Schools system strives to create an atmosphere where students feel empowered to take charge of their own education by setting goals and exploring their own interests. The curriculum used in this district adheres to the national Common Core Standards and the Michigan Merit Curriculum. Bedford Public Schools begin educating children during a half-day Pre-K program that is meant to help young students adjust to the requirements of school.

We currently cover the following Bedford Township-area school district: Bedford Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bedford Township District Curriculum

The district offers full-day Kindergarten which is a fast growing trend in the country and allows teachers to have the maximum amount of time possible at this critical age. Students in elementary school study the four basic core subjects including Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. These subjects are taught using multiple strategies and resources to assure all students have an opportunity to learn.

High school students in Bedford Public Schools follow the Michigan Merit Curriculum which establishes graduation requirements for all students. All students must obtain 16 credits in order to graduate high schools. Students will take three Math classes including Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and one of their choosing. Language Arts classes are required in all grades and students may differentiate these coursed by choosing to take Honors level classes. The Science curriculum includes Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and one other course of their choosing. This allows students to take a course they are interested in or to take Advanced Placement classes.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bedford Township Educational News

  • Bedford Student Raises Awareness for Cerebral Palsy - A Bedford Township Public Schools student is raising awareness for Cerebral Palsy. The soon-to-be freshman first started his campaign by selling awareness bracelets at school and donating the money. He wanted to do something bigger and better though and his story made national headlines.
  • Students Receive Hands-On Farm Lessons - Students at Monroe Road Elementary have been learning about farming, the number two industry in the state. A guest speaker taught students about the crops and animals raised in Michigan. She also brought some of these animals for students to meet.
  • Safety Day for Elementary Students - The Jackman Road Elementary School parking lot was recently transformed into a sea of safety vehicles during the annual Safety Day. The program hopes to familiarize students with vehicles and safety equipment they may see if they are ever involved in an emergency. Officials want students to not be afraid of all the lights and sounds they may encounter.

Bedford Township 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: The Importance of Non-Fiction Literacy

As states across the country have begun to implement the national Common Core standards, the focus in Language Arts has shifted to Non-Fiction literacy. This shift is a result of a growing consensus that students need to be better prepared for college and career life after high school. The majority of what adults read on a daily basis is Non-Fiction and it is important for students to understand how to read this type of text and the differences that come with it. Non-Fiction literature is full of text features such as headings, captions, and footnotes. These features contain meaningful information that may be missed if a student is not aware of its importance. Non-fiction texts are also written in certain formats such as compare/contrast, instructional, and persuasive. Knowing what these formats entail can greatly help students understand the information contained in the texts. Being able to read and comprehend this genre is a crucial skill in order for students to be successful.