2009-10 Bedford by the Numbers - The Bedford Central School is pleased to share the current year's BBTN, a data filled document designed to be a single source for much information about the District.
2009-10 District Profile Report-The Bedford Central School District is pleased to share our District Profile, which provides a snapshot of information about every department and each of our schools.
Building Student Capacity - Presentation by Dr. Jere Hochman at the January 27, 2010 Board of Education meeting.
2009-10 State of the District Report - This report was presented by Dr. Hochman at the September 16, 2009 Board of Education Meeting.
2009-10 State of Operations Reports - These reports were presented by Mr. Mark Betz at the September 30, 2009 Board of Education Meeting and includes the areas of the Business Office, Buildings and Grounds, Transportation and Food Service.
2009-10 State of Student Services report - This report was presented by Linda Schluter at the October 28, 2009 Board of Education and includes information on all areas of student services.
2008-9 Student Performance Report- This report describes our progress toward proficiency for all students on State tests and local proficiency measures and student attendance. The report outlines a discussion about how this, and other, data inform our decision making, goal-setting, and development priorities as we enter a new school year. See below for BOE presentation.
Sustainability Committee and Report - This report was presented at the October 14, 2009 Board of Education meeting and it, along with all the information on the district's efforts on sustainability, may be viewed by clicking on the title of this section.
State of the Curriculum Report-This report (from May, 2009) is designed to inform both the teaching and learning community, and the broader community, about the current status of the written, taught and assessed curriculum in Bedford. Perhaps more importantly, it will serve as a benchmark against which curriculum decisions—changes, enhancements, additions, deletions—can be assessed. It is broadly organized into sections by curriculum area, and it covers grades K-12. Prior to presenting the real substance of the report, we have attempted to provide some background information that describes the current standards-based approach to teaching and learning, and an explanation of the process we plan to use to implement the recommendations.