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Bridgeton District and Curriculum

The Bridgeton Public Schools serves over 5,000 students who attend one of six K-8 elementary schools or Bridgeton High School. The Bridgeton Public Schools provides each student with the resources and the opportunities they need to be individually successful. A significant part of the district’s mission to meet the individual needs of its students is the development of multiple pathways for students to meet the standards set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bridgeton District Curriculum

The Bridgeton Public Schools curriculum is developed with individualized learning in mind. To ensure that students, regardless of the school they attend, receive the same education, the district’s math and language arts curricula are devised using the Common Core State Standards as a guideline. The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards provide similar guidance for curriculum development in all other subjects.

To ensure students have the tools they need for future success, the schools requires students to demonstrate proficiency in the use of technology. Students in elementary school acquire a foundational understanding of technology. They learn the various components of a computer such as the keyboard and mouse, and learn to utilize computers to complete basic assignments. Once in middle school, students expand their understanding of technology to include the use of computer software to create text documents, multimedia projects and databases. In high school, students use technology to participate in online courses and solve complex math problems using spreadsheets.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bridgeton Educational News

  • Music Students Perform with Army - Bridgeton High School music students recently performed with the Army Field Band and Choir. The six students that participated were selected for their exceptional musical talents.
  • Bridgeton Teacher Honored - Broad Street Elementary teacher Kristi Berry was recently recognized by the city for her efforts to maintain the World War II monument in front of her school. Ms. Berry and 83 students help maintain the monument as part of a community service effort in the district.
  • State Test Results Positive After Common Core Alignment - Student achievement on the NJASK test has shown improvement over previous years. The increase in scores comes despite the increased rigor of the tests after alignment with the Common Core Standards.

Bridgeton 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: College Applications: What Parents Should NOT Do

Every parent wants what is best for his or her child, and getting into a good college is no different. But sometimes parents can go a little too far in their zeal to help their child get into the school of their dreams. Here are three things that many parents do to “help,” but which actually end up hurting their child in the end. First, don’t fill out the application for your child. Remember, your child is on the cusp of adulthood. Filling out college applications is a good first step to having responsibility for the future. Second, don’t nag. Lording over your child while they try to complete applications and write essays will only slow the process down. Instead, try to be encouraging to your child and simply ask if you can help in any way. Lastly, don’t call admissions offices.