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Bellevue District and Curriculum

Bellevue, which is French for “beautiful view,” is a large town in the county of Sarpy. With a little over 50,000 people, this city has the third highest student population in the state of Nebraska. Bellevue Public Schools focuses on the core curriculum of Language Arts (reading, writing, and oral language), Mathematics, History and Science. The core curriculum, as well as the supplemental classes and the elective coursework, has been developed by the Nebraska Department of Education, and they are statewide standards.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bellevue District Curriculum

One of the teaching resources that the Bellevue Public Schools depends on is technology. In K-12 Mathematics and Language Arts, technology is used avidly to ensure the learning success of the students. Technology in the classrooms, such as Smartboards, iPads, laptops, and computers are used to teach math concepts, such as graphing, integers, algebraic equations, geometry, data collection in other forms (such as scatter plots, mean, median, and ratio), and higher learning concepts such as trigonometry and calculus.

In Reading, technology and media is used for the students creation of slideshows, published essays, and other programs such as Movie Maker and PhotoStory to enhance the comprehension of the text. In Science, students are able to study how technology has impacted society and emerging functions of a technological society. In other subjects, technology is also utilized to enrich the understanding of the concepts.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bellevue Educational News

  • AFJROTC Competition - The units of the ROTC at Bellevue East High and Bellevue West High Schools did a fine job at competition. The competition was held at Papillion-La Vista, and was the South Titan Invitational Drill Event. The ROTC team made the community of Bellevue proud!
  • Lied Community Center Offers Entertainment - Every winter, the Bellevue area can enjoy many activities at the Lied Community Center. This Community Center has much for families to participate in! On the calendar of activities are those such as swimming, other popular sports for all age groups, dance, and much more. There is plenty to do to keep the children active at Lied Community Center!
  • Recognition Program Returns - “Making a Difference” is back! The staff recognition program allows anyone in the community, including students, to nominate that favorite teacher of theirs, thus putting them in the running to receive $250! This happens each month, and is sponsored by Bellevue Schools along with Great Western Bank. Good luck to all the fabulous teachers!

Bellevue 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 Role of the Primary Technology Teacher

The technology instructor usually has classes within a rotation, so each classroom can visit the computer lab once a week, or more often (depending on the school). The primary students can enjoy the benefits of the computer lab by learning about beginning computer skills, typing practice, various programs, and cross curriculum activities. The technology teacher collaborates with the classroom teachers to see what they are teaching so they can intertwine their lessons with the classroom material. This is a great way to reinforce or review what the children have already learned, but in a different way!