Bridge Elementary has chosen engaging, research based-curriculum for our students. We believe in the benefits of using a wide variety of curriculum so teachers can teach to the individual child to meet their needs.

Language Arts
EL Education is a comprehensive, standards-based core literacy program that engages students through compelling, real world content and builds equitable and inclusive learning opportunities for all students. Bridge will also use other reading programs such as Heggerty for phonemic awareness and 95 Percent Group for comprehension.
Engage NY is a nationally top-rated math curriculum that aligns fully with the Common Core math standards. Students at Bridge will be taught this rigorous curriculum in small groups based on a child's math level and needs.
Computer Aided Instruction
Imagine Math/ Language and Literacy are rigorous, standards-aligned programs that personalize learning for each student. These are a perfect fit for our students at Bridge! Students are immersed in curriculum that uses data to scaffold concepts for each learner, ultimately leading to deep understanding.
Character Development
Character First promotes timeless values and concepts that transcend social and cultural differences. Our students at Bridge are REFLECTIVE, DETERMINED, FLEXIBLE, ENTHUSIASTIC, THOROUGH, and take INITIATIVE. We believe that these important learning dispositions will allow them to become successful visible learners.
BE Mission & Vision

The mission of Bridge Elementary is to provide students with a personalized learning experience and empower them to take personal ownership and accountability for their own academic performance.

The vision of Bridge Elementary is to establish a school that is founded upon and incorporates a personalized learning model. This model includes “systems that deepen and accelerate student learning by tailoring instruction to an individual’s needs, approaches that offer a variety of learning experiences, and teachers who play an integral role by managing the learning environment, leading instruction and guiding students to take ownership of their learning".