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Bristol District and Curriculum
Bristol offers a wide range of programs and resources to meet the needs of their student population. From English Language Learners receiving one on one tutoring and curriculum support from trained teachers and staff to programs for the exceptionally gifted students. Teachers receive professional training and review best practices to properly engage and reach a variety of students at all levels so that all students succeed. The district and schools work with the parents as well to provide any needed support to make each student successful. Bristol Public Schools also have an extensive music education curriculum available to all grades, K-12. The curriculum follows the National Music Standards requirements and teaches listening, playing, and reading music along with music history and composing.
We currently cover the following Bristol-area school district: Bristol Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bristol District Curriculum
Bristol Public Schools have met or exceeded the state averages on the Connecticut Mastery Test and they continue to explore new avenues to
keep improving their test scores. They also remain strong and proficient on the Connecticut Academic Performance Test and are working to
continue to close the achievement gap. The schools are also consistently exceeding state averages on the state tests in Math, Science,
Reading, and Writing.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Bristol Educational News
- More Opportunities to Receive College Credit - Bristol Public Schools are implementing a new set of goals aimed at increasing the college readiness of its students. They are piloting a pre-AP program for 8th grade students and continuing to offer more advanced placement courses for students to take in high school so that they may earn college credit. They are also partnering with local community colleges as well to give students the rigor expected in colleges and universities.
- Schools Moving to K-8 - Bristol is building two new K-8 schools to provide needed space for some of the oldest schools in the community, some close to 90 or more years old. Studies have shown that 8th graders from K-8 schools do better academically, have higher self-esteem and greater participation in extracurricular activities than the students who move to a middle school with 7th and 8th grade. Bristol also believes that it will provide an easy transition for parents and allow for their continued involvement with the schools.
- Champions at Bristol High Schools - The boys and girls cross country teams at Bristol Central High School are the 2012-2013 CCC Southern Division Champions. The girls basketball team is also started off the season with a win. The champions are not just found on the court or the field however, there are teams competing in huge range of academic competitions across the district. Academic clubs in nearly every single interest and subject can be found filled with kids eager to compete.
Bristol 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 Importance of Staying Organized
Staying organized is essential for nearly every student and adult alike but its something that may not come naturally to everyone. Here are a few tips. First, in high school, it will be important to prepare a term calendar where students can record their due dates, tests, projects, or school activities both in school and out of school. Some students will be reluctant to maintain this but a little help from the parents can go a long way and can start to train them to keep track of their very heavy workload. Each Sunday perhaps the parents and students can sit down and check the calendar for the week and update it with any new dates for the week. Eventually, it will become a regular part of their day and can be tremendously helpful in keeping track of all the events in their busy lives.