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Board of Education Vacancy Notice / Aviso de Vacante de la Junta de Educación

The Bridgeton Board of Education is seeking an individual to serve on the School Board. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, registered to vote at least 20 calendar days immediately preceding the appointment, and must be a resident within the District for one year immediately preceding the appointment. Those interested should submit a letter of interest along with a resume to Mr. Albert Morgan, Board Vice-President, Bridgeton Board of Education, PO Box 657, Bridgeton, NJ 08302. All letters must be received no later than 3:00 p.m. Thursday, July 12, 2018.

La Junta de Educación de Bridgeton está buscando un individuo para servir en la Junta Escolar. Los solicitantes deben tener 18 años de edad o más, estar registrados para votar por lo menos 20 días calendario inmediatamente antes de la cita, y deben ser residentes dentro del Distrito por un año inmediatamente antes de la cita. Los interesados deben enviar una carta de interés junto con un currículum vitae al Sr. Albert Morgan, Vicepresidente de la Junta Directiva, Bridgeton Board of Education, PO Box 657, Bridgeton, NJ 08302. Todas las cartas deben recibirse a más tardar a las 3:00 p.m. el jueves 12 de julio de 2018.



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Assessments are administered in schools on a regular basis and the results are used to assist all of us in making wise decisions regarding the teaching-learning situation throughout the year. A child is a total person who is best appreciated through the use of multiple measures. By recognizing that children are complex and by using a variety of evaluation tools, we can better identify strengths, areas needing improvement, and areas emerging or developing.

We provide four types of assessments: "authentic" projects, criterion-referenced assessments, norm-referenced tests, and state mandated tests. Each tool gives us different information.

Authentic assessments are hands-on, performance-based evaluations. Daily, in both formal and informal ways, teachers monitor children's progress via observation, oral and written feedback, large and small group discussions, homework, projects, quizzes, reports (written and oral), labs, student presentations, and teacher-made tests.

Criterion-referenced tests measure how well students have mastered a specified set of skills or concepts. The test results show how many and which of these objectives have been mastered by an entire grade of students and help us to evaluate program effectiveness.

The purpose of the norm-referenced test is to compare a child's overall level of achievement to the levels of all children of the same age or grade placement in the group of students taking the test (norm group). The test results will distribute the children along the familiar bell-shaped curve. A norm-referenced test tells nothing directly about achievement with respect to curriculum objectives.


What do we do with assessment results? 

  • Teachers review printouts of their class’ scores and sub-test item analyses;
  • Principals confer with teachers to evaluate instructional and curricular priorities;
  • Teachers meet in grade level groupings to compare outcomes and to adjust planning, teaching strategies, and instructional objectives needing greater attention;
  • Curriculum coordinators conduct staff discussions in subjects requiring increased emphasis;
  • Together, administration and instructional staff members weigh the need for modified teaching approaches and retraining, new textbooks and instructional materials, and remedial support, parent involvement and/or reorientation, as well as staffing issues.

How will we strive to sustain annual yearly progress?

  • Areas of strength will be reinforced;
  • Continued staff development on best practices;
  • Extra guidance for distracted students;
  • Increased ways for early intervention in all education classrooms;
  • Staff will continue to stress age-appropriate and differentiated teaching to reach all pupils;
  • Technology will be explored as a means of improving student achievement;
  • Students not meeting state standards will be targeted longitudinally;
  • Referral to our Child Study Team as necessary; and<
  • Parents are involved to do work together with us to improve their child’s success.

Our Assessments:

  • New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJ ASK)
  • High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA)
  • Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State-to-State for English Language Learners (ACCESS for ELLs)
  • Alternate High School Assessment (AHSA)
  • Alternate Proficiency Assessment (APA)
  • Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)
  • New Jersey Proficiency Assessment of State Standards (NJ PASS)
  • Fountas and Pinnell Assessments (F&P)

District anti-bullying initiative

At Bridgeton High School we take bullying and harassment very seriously. As part of a NJ initiative to stop bullying we have selected Mr. Dan Martinez and Mrs. Boni Kane to serve as our school anti-bullying specialists. Please contact them if you have any concerns about bullying taking place in our school.

Below are links to district policies and information concerning this initiative:

5131 1 Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying

5131 1(Y) Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Complaint, Form

If you have any questions or comments concerning this initiative please contact our school anti-bullying coordinator Dr. Christopher Tavani.

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