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Baychester Middle School

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Shawn Mangar

on 9 March 2011

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Transcript of Baychester Middle School

Baychester Middle School We believe that our first responsibility is to our students and to their right to an education that prepares them to succeed in college. -Trimester and block scheduling
-Flexible scheduling for students with special needs
- Regents courses offered in 8th grade
-8th graders create their own schedule
-Yearly exit projects in core subject areas -Yearly visits to colleges and universities
-Daily small group advisory sessions
-Integrated Co-teaching and SETSS
-Saturday Academy for academic and social enrichment and intervention
-Weekly targeted academic and social skills clinics How we make it happen: Our second responsibility is to those who work with us and to their right to professional collaboration and leadership opportunities. -Weekly lesson study groups
-Monthly learning walks
-Summer book study
-Peer coaching
-Content area and grade team meetings within the school day
-Peer accountability
-School leadership teams
-Partnership with Educators for Social Responsibility How we make it happen: Our third and final responsibility is to the families of our students where we work and their right to partner with us to shape our policies. -Bi-monthly newsletters
-Collaboration with local elementary and high schools
-Open door policy
-Volunteer opportunities
-Parent Teacher Association
-Yearly visits to college and universities
How we make it happen:
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