Broadalbin-Perth Primary School is located at 100 Bridge Street Broadalbin, NY. Education is provided for grades PK through 3 for school age children who live within the schools territory. This Primary School is apart of the Broadalbin-Perth Central School District which fulfills the mandates of the residents of the district by carrying out their desire for high standards of education consistent with their willingness and ability to support it through taxation.
Educational programs at the Broadalbin Perth Primary School are designed to foster a safe learning environment for all students. While maintaining high expectations for its students, the administration and staff recognize that a child's readiness to learn varies greatly from one another. To that end, the continual assessment of developmental, social, and academic progress is necessary to provide the most appropriate education for each student.
All academic programs are designed to provide all primary learners with a solid foundation in the four literacy skills that includes: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students are exposed to a formal guided reading program in second and third grades. This program allows teachers to assess the instructional reading level of each child through the administration of running records in grades 1-3. Students are taught various "stuck on a word" strategies that foster independent reading skill, in each young reader.
A formal Saxon Math curriculum is used to instill a solid foundation of math skills in each student. Daily math instruction consists of a math meeting, fact practice, formal math lesson, written practice, and periodic assessments. Students also receive formal instruction in primary level Science and Social Studies.
Broadalbin-Perth Primary SchoolBroadalbin-Perth Central School District
100 Bridge Street
Broadalbin, NY 12025
Rural, outside CBSA (Rural: Distant)
Serving Grades: PK-3
Principal: Teresa LafountainCompare to nearby schools »
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