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East Bridgewater District and Curriculum

East Bridgewater Public Schools are comprised of three schools and nearly 2,300 students. There is an elementary school with grades PK-3, a middle school with grades 4-8, and a high school. The district’s values include all members of the learning community challenging themselves in order to reach their full potential, respect, celebrating diversity, accepting mistakes as part of the learning process, and resolving conflicts in a peaceful manner.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Bridgewater District Curriculum

The districts vision is to set high academic expectations that allow students to reach their maximum potential as well as to cultivate students who are socially responsible. East Bridgewater emphasizes the analysis of MCAS data in order to make curricular decisions. In analyzing data, the department heads adjust the curricula in their respective content areas as needed. Data is used to identify gaps and strengths in order to better align the curriculum with the standards, with this aligning being done on a continual basis so the standards remain relevant.

Currently, the Common Core Standards focuses on changes in the English language arts and mathematics curricula, as well as assessments for specific grades. The goal is to focus on key skills in reading fiction and non-fiction so that students have strategies to critically analyze what they read and to be able to seek out and locate quality information as needed. All classroom teachers use reading assessments to prescribe intervention programs to individual students who are struggling.

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Keeping Informed: Recent East Bridgewater Educational News

  • East Bridgewater Considers Schedule Changes for Seventh and Eighth Graders - East Bridgewater Junior/Senior High School is considering a new schedule for seventh and eighth graders that would see more elective courses in the schedule. Additionally, electives would last 90 days rather than 45, full-year band classes would be offered, and students would be given three periods of special study. This schedule would result in reduced class sizes.
  • “Beauty and the Beast” Performed at EBHS - The production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” was performed in the East Bridgewater High auditorium. This was a collaborative effort between East Bridgewater and the Capachione School of Performing Arts. Forty-six local students, who had been rehearsing for about two months, performed in the show.
  • East Bridgewater Names New Superintendent - East Bridgewater Schools recently announced their new superintendent. The district chose from its four finalists: a director of student services, a business manager, a director of special education, and a principal at an elementary school.

East Bridgewater 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: Parent-Teacher Conference Tips: What to do Before the Conference

Prior to parent-teacher conferences, teachers should set goals and agendas for each student; this will help keep each individual conference focused. Items on the agenda may include academic concerns, behavioral issues, and solutions for fixing these issues. Of course, these agendas should be typed out, with a copy given to the parent(s). It is also beneficial to send questionnaires out to parents prior to the conferences. Some parents may feel uncomfortable during conferences and be unsure of what questions to ask. Requesting that parents write down any concerns or questions ahead of time not only gives them time to think about what they would like to discuss but also helps teachers prepare for how they will answer specific questions and concerns. When communicating with parents, it is essential to let them know the importance of conferences. Teachers can do this by sending out letters to parents informing them of when the conferences will be, how they will be scheduled, and what will occur during them, with the importance of attending the conferences being emphasized.