High School

Introduction to Early Childhood Education

This course presents information and theory regarding developmentally appropriate practice for teaching and caring for children from birth to eight years. It emphasizes the student developing an understanding of the importance of creating an effective learning environment, advancing physical and intellectual competence, supporting social and emotional development, establishing relationships with families, and maintaining a commitment […]

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Jaws of Life demonstration is a powerful prevention tactic in B-P driver’s ed class

Jaws of Life demonstration is a powerful prevention tactic in B-P driver’s ed class

Have you ever seen an airbag set off in a vehicle? Before Friday, most of the teenagers in Broadalbin-Perth’s driver’s education course had not.

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Pre-Algebra Syllabus

This is the introductory course into the math sequence. The topics covered will be skills necessary for the next levels of mathematics. By the end of this course, students will have a deeper understanding of algebra; be proficient in the language and basic operations of algebra; and learn organization skills to help with academic achievement. […]

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Survey of Mathematics

This course is designed to help students learn some mathematics regardless of mathematical background. Students will be introduced to various mathematical topics. By the end of the course, students will understand, appreciate and even enjoy areas of mathematics to which they might or might not have been exposed. Required Text “Fundamentals of Mathematics,” by William […]

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Computer Science: Intro to Java Programming

This course covers introduction to computers and Java programming fundamentals. The top-down programming style will be used for coding basic algorithms for program flow, control statements to implement selection/decision logic and looping to develop solutions to problems. Array population, data collection, system console use and string manipulation are all part of this course. At the […]

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Geometry I

This course covers Common Core Geometry standards and serves as an introduction to Common Core Geometry for students who need it. The following topics will be covered: congruence, similarity, right triangles, trigonometry, circles, geometric properties with equations, measurement and dimensions and modeling (engageny.org) Required Supplies Binder Loose-leaf paper Compass Graphing calculator suggested for homework (a […]

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CC Geometry

This course covers Common Core geometry standards. The following topics will be covered: congruence, similarity, right triangles, trigonometry, circles, geometric properties with equations, measurement and dimensions and Modeling (engageny.org). At the end of the course, students will be able to define geometric terms understand formal Euclidean constructions and effects of rigid motions; show congruence with […]

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CC Algebra II

This upper-level math course fits into an overall program of mathematics studies with a rigorous academic core by extending what students have learned in CC Algebra 1 and CC Geometry, as well as introducing more advanced topics. These advanced topics include: linear equations; inequalities and systems; quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and rational functions; equations; and […]

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CC Algebra I

This course is required by New York state for graduation. Students who achieve an 80 or higher on the Regents exam are considered college- and career-ready. This course teaches students the fundamentals of algebra and has a heavy focus on functions. By the end of this course, students should be able to perform operations on […]

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Calculus

The first semester of a multi-semester sequence of differential and integral calculus generally taken for college credit (4 hours). Topics include limits; derivatives considered algebraically, symbolically and graphically; differentials and their use as approximations; the indefinite and definite integrals; inverse functions; logarithmic and exponential functions; and symbolic and numeric methods of integration. Appropriate for math […]

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