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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Bristol District Curriculum
The Bristol Warren Regional School District provides mathematics benchmarks for each grade level that provide a gauge that students and parents can use to determine the work that needs to be accomplished to meet the grade level standards. Each benchmark contains sample problems that a student of the grade level should be able to solve. There is also a checklist provided on the website to keep track of progress as students accomplish the skills needed to solve the problems established for each benchmark.
The curricula of English Language Arts are represented on curriculum maps that divide the school year into four units. As an example, grade six students will be studying authors, short stories, persuasive proposals, and “how to” documents. Eighth graders revisit short stories, but also investigate research skills, read 'Romeo and Juliet', and study novels. The curricula include literacy and reading goals as well as students being able to write in the aforementioned genres.
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Bristol District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The Bristol Warren Regional School District includes a high school, a middle school, and for elementary schools. The theme of the website, “Charting a Course for Excellence,” reflects the local marine culture as well as a high standard of academic expectations. The focus is on student learning according to the level that will be necessary to be successful and active world citizens.
We currently cover the following Bristol-area school district: Bristol Warren Regional School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Bristol Educational News
- Baseball Championship - The Kickemuit Middle School baseball team won a state championship. The Wildcats beat a previously undefeated Rhode Island team to gain the win. What a proud day for this hard-working team!
- A Top School in Rhode Island - Mt. Hope High School (MHHS) is the pride of Bristol. According to U.S News and World Reports, MHHS is ranked among the top five of all of the schools in Rhode Island. The schools are ranked on test scores received on the NECAP assessments.
- Foreign Students Welcomed - Eight Chinese students were hosted by the Bristol Warren Regional School District. To welcome the students, a reception with families, students, administrators, and faculty was held at St. Raphael’s Academy. The students attended the local high school for five days where they participated in classes and interacted with the community.
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Chalk Talk: Using Spellcheck to One’s Advantage
Many word processing programs offer a spellcheck feature that can be used to determine if one has made errors in spelling in a document. The spellcheck feature often offers suggestions for correct spelling. How can one use these spellcheckers to one’s advantage? One suggestion is to keep a notepad next to the computer that one can use to record spelling errors, especially those that are commonly repeated. Later, look up these words in a dictionary to make sure that the words are being used in the correct manner. Next, practice using words from the list in future writing assignments. The more time that one spends studying and practicing the use of the words, the more likely it will be that he or she can recall how to spell the words. The advantage of this method is when one is working offline or without a computer, one will make less spelling errors and create a more professional document. Over time, one should notice that fewer mistakes are made and spelling words correctly becomes easier.