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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the West Bridgewater District Curriculum

West Bridgewater Public Schools has designed a rubric that outlines the criteria students must meet in each of these individual academic expectations. Scores in each category range from one—the learner barely meets the standards or doesn't at all—to five—the student exceeds expectations. For example, a student who receives a score of one in "reading actively and critically" shows limited comprehension of the main ideas of a text and provides few or inappropriate supporting evidence.

A student who earns a score of five in this category demonstrates a deep comprehension of both the surface themes and underlying ideas of a work and is able to make inferences and connections to previous readings and experiences—both orally and in writing. Each expectation also has a desired learner outcome attached; for example, for writing effectively, the student "is able to write using standard English for a variety of purposes and audiences." The schools use intervention specialists who perform a similar role to reading specialists in other content areas.

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West Bridgewater District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

West Bridgewater Public Schools contain four schools with a total of nearly 1,300 students. West Bridgewater Middle-Senior High School has the following academic school-wide expectations of its students: reading actively and critically for various purposes, writing effectively, listening critically, communicating clearly, using a variety of resources to locate information, and utilizing multiple strategies when problem solving. The Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks has been developed to provide a scope and sequence of skills in each subject to achieve the overarching learning goals and ensure students are prepared for post-secondary life.

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

Keeping Informed: Recent West Bridgewater Educational News

  • West Bridgewater Students to Welcome New School - West Bridgewater students were recently let out for the summer. When they return for the 2015-16 school year, a major change will await them. The students will be the first class to attend the new middle-high school.
  • Highlights of the New School - The new West Bridgewater Middle-Senior High School, which will open in time for the 2015-16 school year, will be unique in that it was not based off of a cookie-cutter design but from the needs the community. The school, which began construction in October 2013, will feature a lot of open space and an intricately designed cafeteria and auditorium. The offices, auditorium, gymnasium, cafeteria, and music spaces will be separated from the classrooms and special education facilities, and the new school will also include a two-story STEM commons area that will promote collaborative learning.
  • Let's Not Forget about the Old School - Before the old West Bridgewater Middle-Senior High School closed and was demolished, hundreds of alumni came together to celebrate and say goodbye to the 63-year-old building. Highlights of the farewell event included speaker presentations, a DVD on the school's history, an aerial photograph, and an evening social. Alumni who returned for the event included Silvia from the Class of 1966, who traveled from North Carolina to see her favorite teacher; high school sweethearts from the Class of 1980; the schools longest-serving principal (1971-1993); and the original athletic Hall of Fame inductees, who were recognized.

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Chalk Talk: Geography at Home

Geographic knowledge is not difficult to include in the home surrounding. Geography can help build empathy for events that take place around the world. Simply by adding a wall map in the house can help enrich the child’s knowledge. As they hear about events from different areas, they can be encouraged to find the location on the map and then to mark it with a pushpin. This same map can be used to mark places the child has been or to plan a vacation in the future. Another way to bring geography into the home is to eat an authentic food from a different culture. This could occur once a month or even once a week. A fun family activity involving geography is geocaching. This is a treasure hunting adventure using GPS. The family goes to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then find the Geocache, which is a container that has been hidden. There is an organization called Geocaching.com which offers memberships for free.


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