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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Raynham District Curriculum
Bridgewater-Raynham’s elementary schools use the Storytown literacy program in the English language arts classes. To promote deeper understanding, students also become proficient in determining the meaning of unknown words and phrases by using the context in which they appear. A large component of the district’s academic philosophy is to require that students complete summer work packets in math and reading in order to make sure that they retain their learning from the school year during the lengthy break.
In Social Studies and History, students develop a sense of important concepts that they live with and will study at college. They learn about the founding of the United States and the values imparted in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Students analyze early political documents, including the Articles of Confederation, and explain how they influenced the development of the Constitution. Concepts like checks and balances and separation of powers are discussed. The cultural changes that took place during the 19th century are also a central topic of discussion.
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Raynham District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Bridgewater-Raynham Regional School District encompasses the neighboring towns of Bridgewater and Raynham. The district’s mission is to provide a nurturing environment that embraces diversity and to give students a high quality education. Bridgewater-Raynham has developed a curriculum pamphlet for all the grade levels from PK to 8and each content area. These pamphlets provide students and parents with the expected year-end learning outcomes for students. Regardless of age or the school they attend, students are held to a rigorous standard of academic achievement. Each year, the standards increase in complexity following the same topical strands that students have been learning about since elementary school.
We currently cover the following Raynham-area school district: Bridgewater-Raynham Regional School District.
Keeping Informed: Recent Raynham Educational News
- Principal and Salutatorian Have Positive Messages for Grads - Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High’s principal had many suggestions for the Class of 2014, which consisted of 374 graduates. She told the students to never give up, to always treat others the way they would want to be treated, and to live their lives to the fullest. The class salutatorian also had a powerful message for his peers, telling them that each of them has it in them to be successful.
- Robotics Team Builds Multi-Talented Robot - Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High’s Robotics Team build a robot named TJ2. The robot stood at three-and-a-half feet tall and weighed in at nearly 120 pound. The team’s robot competed in a series of matches against robots from 40 other area teams at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where TJ2 attempted to gain as many points as possible against the competition. The talented students constructed TJ2 to have the ability to race forward and backward, kick, and throw an exercise ball six feet in the air.
- Seventh Graders Experience Is a Shoe-In - After a Bridgewater-Raynham seventh grade science and technology class spent 36 days learning how the Engineering Design Cycle works, the students got hands-on experience. They formed a shoe company, designed and handed out surveys in order to decide what kind of shoe to make, created the prototype of the shoe, and marketed the footwear.To their surprise, they received a visit from Reebok engineers, who provided them with information and advice about the process.
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Chalk Talk: The Secondary School Day Schedule
The majority of middle and high schools begin the day with a brief homeroom period (although some schools start off with first period right off the bat to reduce tardiness). Sometimes, students’ homeroom may be the same classroom in which they have their first period class; this happens more often in middle school. The homeroom teacher takes attendance, collects notes to be sent to the office, etc. Periods generally last about 40 minutes, with around 10-minute intervals in-between to give students time to travel from class to class. In the secondary schools, subjects can occur at any time of the day. Middle schools often separate students in each grade level into “teams,” with each team of students having the same teachers for the main content areas. All students will have English, math, social studies, and science on their schedule, with the exception of some high school seniors. Middle school students often are required to take classes such as art, music, woodshop, the family and consumer sciences, etc., whereas high school students will have more flexibility in their schedules with handpicked electives.