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Bridgewater Township District and Curriculum

Over 8,000 students in Bridgewater, New Jersey attend public school in the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District. The district operates eleven schools in the communities of Bridgewater and Raritan. The mission of the district is to provide a balanced and challenging education that enables each student to achieve to his or her highest level. In collaboration with parents and the community, the district has developed a curriculum that exceeds the requirements of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and prepares students to be life-long learners.

We currently cover the following Bridgewater Township-area school district: Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bridgewater Township District Curriculum

Like all school districts in New Jersey, the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District follows the guidelines for student learning set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. These standards establish benchmarks for the knowledge and skills students should acquire at each grade level. Standards are in place for math, science, language arts, social studies, foreign language, technology, physical education, and fine arts.

To reflect the growing diversity in the world around us, the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District requires students to master a non-English language before graduating from high school. Students can choose between one of several language classes, including Chinese, French, German, Italian, Latin or Spanish. Irrespective of the language students choose to pursue, they must demonstrate fluency in reading, writing and speaking the language. In middle school, students acquire basic language skills, including learning to speak words and phrases, reading and writing basic text and understanding spoken language.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Bridgewater Township Educational News

  • Parents Get Involved at Parents University - In an effort to help parents get more involved in school, the Bridgwater-Raritan Regional School District has launched Parents University. The program gives parents insight into curriculum and instruction, special school programs and provide tips on how to help their children prepare for college.
  • Students Undertake the Million Minute Challenge - Students and parents from John F. Kennedy Primary School are joining forces to make reading a larger part of their daily lives and bring attention to the need for literacy. It has been shown that the first step in developing strong literacy skills is to read for pleasure, making these programs of great valuable to young readers.
  • Autism Beach Bash Helps Support Families - Each year the Autism Family Services of New Jersey throws a beach bash for area families who live with autism or a related disorder. The event provides families with support of one another through understanding and a day of activities at the beach.

Bridgewater 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: How Social Media Can Be Good for Students

While many parents and teachers don’t like the idea of kids using social media, there are actually a lot of benefits. First, kids can take to social media to find inspiration for class projects. For instance, an art student might find inspiration for her next painting by visiting the Facebook page of her favorite artist. Second, social media allows students to connect with other students all over the world. Just by engaging in a friendly conversation, kids can learn new things about people from different cultures and countries. Finally, social media is an excellent outlet for kids’ creativity. The student who is too scared to sing in front of a crowd might instead make a YouTube video. While parents need to exercise an abundance of caution when it comes to their child’s online activity, it’s also important to recognize that social media can positively impact children.