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Bloomfield District and Curriculum
The district follows a standards-based curriculum derived from Common Core Standards and Connecticut Academic Standards. These are frameworks for learning in each subject that describes the yearly expectations that students should meet in each area. The skills that students develop are diverse and range from operational or procedural abilities to the ability to grapple with complex concepts. To supplement core academics, there are also various clubs and organizations that students can join to connect more personally with their learning goals.
We currently cover the following Bloomfield-area school district: Bloomfield Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bloomfield District Curriculum
The elementary Language Arts curriculum emphasizes skills which are necessary for students to extend their learning into other subjects as they progress through school. In middle and high school, students concentrate more on analyzing different pieces of literature and studying certain important periods in literary history. Non-fiction literature also becomes a major focus in these grades as students apply their reading comprehension skills to the textbooks from other classes.
The writing curriculum is a significant focus of the Language Arts program and is a subject that students are increasingly assessed on in standardized tests. The goal of the writing curriculum is to teach students how to write for different purposes – creative, reflective, analytic, persuasive, and informative, and how to organize their thoughts, and the thoughts of others, effectively. Learning how to properly reference and incorporate the works of others is emphasized in the high school writing curriculum.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bloomfield Educational News
- New Parent Portal - In order to increase access to information for families, the district has created a Parent Portal. This is a password-protected online system to access records, reporting cards, assessment information, and age-appropriate resources that can help children with their learning goals.
- Arts Programs - Bloomfield Public Schools emphasize the arts in all their schools and give students opportunities to learn about fine arts, performing arts, and to have studio and exhibition opportunities. Art teachers also work with educators from other subjects to create opportunities to integrate the arts into different subject area learning.
- Harris AgriScience Center - For students who are interested in the sciences, an opportunity for advanced study has been created with the Harris AgriScience and Technology Center. Students receive cutting edge education and also have enhanced lab opportunities at the center.
Bloomfield 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: What Is the Nation's Report Card?
The Nation's Report Card is a compilation of educational statistics that present a snapshot of how American students are doing in the schools. It is produced through research conducting by the National Center for Education Statistics and their testing mechanism, the National Assessment of Educational Progress. The NAEP Assessment is a no-stakes test, in fact it is anonymous and individual scores are not reported, and students are asked to just show what they can do by grades 4, 8 and 12. The tests cover core subjects of reading, writing, math, and science and also include socio-economic and demographic questions that help researchers understand the correlation between home life and school life. The ultimate report card is an authoritative and comprehensive statistical overview of how American students are achieving, what factors seem to compel success, and where educators need to focus resources.