• ​Bogert Enrichment Program​
    ​Welcome to Bogert Enrichment!

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    Mrs. Caravela can be reached at acaravela@usrschoolsk8.com
    201-961-6530 X 2128


    The goal of the Bogert School Enrichment program is to provide able learners with academically stimulating experiences that nurture interests and abilities. The program builds on the existing curricula to provide lessons and experiences that are challenging, meaningful and appropriate for the needs of the students. The Enrichment Specialist works with groups of identified students on curriculum-related and interest-based activities. Higher-level thinking strategies, critical thinking and collaboration are encouraged in all lessons and independent study projects.​

    Quad-District Enrichment Program Identification Criteria

    Fourth and fifth grade students who have met the 2019-20 criteria for the gifted and talented program will receive letters which will be mailed out on September 27th. Third grade students will be notified as soon as we receive the results of the CogAT(Cognitive Abilities Test) which will be administered on October 4th. Forms for appeal may be obtained from Mrs. Caravela and must be filed by October 15th.

    The identification of academically talented students occurs through regionally developed procedures that involve multiple measures including: standardized testing, tests of cognitive skills, and teacher input based on student behavior and performance. A detailed copy of the Quad-District Enrichment Criteria can be found here. Students new to Bogert School who meet the Quad-District criteria will be notified by November 15th. Students new to Bogert will take the CogAT (Cognitive Abilities Test) on Sept. 19th. Forms for appeal may be obtained by Mrs. Caravela and must be filed by November 30th.

    Entering grades K-2
    • Benchmark scores
    • Quad-district teacher checklist

    Entering grade 3
    • Benchmark scores
    • Quad-district teacher checklist
    • Test of cognitive skills

    Entering grades 4-8
    • Test of cognitive abilities
    • PARCC results
    • Quad-district teacher checklist


    The goal of the Bogert School Enrichment program is to provide able learners with academically stimulating experiences that nurture interests and abilities. The program builds on the existing curricula to provide lessons and experiences that are challenging, meaningful and appropriate for the needs of the students. The Enrichment Specialist works with groups of identified students on curriculum-related and interest-based activities. Higher-level thinking strategies, critical thinking and collaboration are encouraged in all lessons and independent study projects.​

      

    ONCE AGAIN! for 2019-20!!
    Lunchtime Enrichment Opportunities!
    Any interested student may sign up: Click on the link for more information and to download the permission slip. (Coming soon)

    3rd Grade: Lunchtime Logic

    4th Grade: The Amazing Race Research Challenge

    5th Grade: Amazing Race Challenge Part II New!!

     

    Continental Math League (2019-20 permission slips now added)

    All 3-5th graders are invited to sign up for Continental Math League, a problem solving extra enrichment challenge. CML will take place from 2:30-3:00 in the Bogert Gym: Third graders will participate on Tuesdays and 4/5th graders will participate on Mondays. Click on the link for more information and to download permission slips:

    3rd Grade:
    3rd grade premission slip
    4th Grade:
    4th grade permission slip
    5th Grade:
    5th grade permission slip

    National Current Events League 2019-2020
    Bogert participates in the National Current Events League. Students competed in three meets and were tested on their knowledge of current events in the areas of general news, arts and entertainment, science, business and finance and sports. The following students were recognized for top scores:

     

    Link to 5th grade Water Fountain Survey click here.

    ​Discovery Day 2015 "International Festival"
    Since 1992, Discovery Day has been an annual event to celebrate students' discoveries, specifically in the area of science. Each year, the focus of Discovery Day changes while still keeping the important overarching theme of "discovery." By enabling students to make discoveries in various areas of interest, we will help open doors, expand opportunities, and broaden possibilities for our children.

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    5th Grade Restaurant Entrepreneur Projects!

    Please view our presentations:
    (You need PowerPoint on your computer to view these projects)

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    All Year Round: A Season-Themed Restaurant​​​​​