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Bound Brook District and Curriculum

Students in preschool through the twelfth grade in Bound Brook, New Jersey attend the Bound Brook School District. There are two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school in the district. The overarching mission of the Bound Brook School District is to provide students with a stimulating learning environment in which they can explore their curiosities while developing the skills and knowledge required to be successful members of society. The district ensures that students learn in a safe and caring environment and are taught by highly qualified teachers who deliver content in engaging and interesting ways.

We currently cover the following Bound Brook-area school district: Bound Brook School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bound Brook District Curriculum

Student progress is measured on a grade-by-grade basis according to content-area benchmarks. These benchmarks establish what students should learn, know and be able to do in each subject at each grade level. The underlying framework for the district’s curriculum is the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, which outlines learning targets in social studies, science, technology and a number of other areas. The Common Core State Standards also provide guidance for curriculum development in the areas of math and language arts.

As part of the physical science curriculum, students learn about matter and the properties of matter. Elementary school students examine various objects and describe them based on their physical properties. Elementary students also learn about solids, liquids and gasses and the differing properties of each. In middle school, students use water displacement methods to determine the volume of an object. The high school curriculum focuses student learning on the atomic level, where students predict the behavior of atoms in specified interactions.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bound Brook Educational News

  • School Report Cards - The State of New Jersey now includes factors linked to higher graduation rates in their yearly school report cards. One such factor is participation in arts education, which is predictive of high achievement in other core subject areas.
  • Funding for Anti-Bullying Initiatives - In a continued effort to make schools safe and welcoming for all students, New Jersey has released over $1 million in additional funding for the expenses of implementing anti-bullying programs.
  • Hipp Foundation Grant Money - Over $88,000 in grant money from the Hipp Foundation is available to fund innovative educational programs at schools throughout the state; community members interested in applying can find complete information on the steps required on their website.

Bound Brook 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: Benefits of Taking AP Courses

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered at many high schools and provide students with an opportunity to challenge themselves in a college-level curriculum. But AP courses offer many more benefits beyond developing college-level academic skills. Students who get at least a 3 on the AP exam can often get college credit for that class. By completing some of their college coursework while still in high school, students reduce the overall cost of their college education while getting ahead in the requirements for their major. Students can easily gain a semester’s worth of college credit before ever graduating from high school. What’s more, gaining college credits in high school opens up room in students’ college schedule to take additional courses of interest or take courses to fulfill the requirements for a minor or second major.