North Bay Educational Foundation Announces Public Meeting to Detail Curriculum and Methodology for New Pre-K – 8 Charter School in Novato Core
Knowledge Teachers to Present ‘A Day in the Life of a Core Knowledge Student’
WHAT: The purpose of this public meeting is to provide a detailed explanation of the Core Knowledge curriculum and methodology as it would be utilized in Marin County’s first Core Knowledge public charter school. Two teachers (second grade and fourth grade) from Rocklin Academy Core Knowledge charter schools will present an overview of what students learn and how they learn it in a Core Knowledge classroom. In addition, there will be opportunities for interested community members to get involved in bringing this progressive educational opportunity to Novato.
WHEN: Tuesday June 26, 2012, 6:30pm
WHO: North Bay Educational Foundation (NBEF)
WHERE: Best Western Novato Oaks, 215 Alameda del Prado, Novato
WHY: In response to the growing community interest in educational options, a group of NUSD parents, under the organization North Bay Educational Foundation (NBEF), has joined together to bring a unique and forward-thinking Pre-K through eighth grade public school to Novato. Spanish language translation will be available.
Childcare will not be provided at this meeting due to space constraints.
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About North Bay Educational Foundation: North Bay Educational Foundation offers a public charter school dedicated to fostering equity in excellence for students in Pre-K through 8th grade. This new school leverages the Core Knowledge curriculum model, an innovative, research-based, carefully designed program that has a proven record of equipping all students with the academic skills and personal values they need to compete in the areas of communication, fine arts, technology, mathematics, and scientific innovation. Please visit northbayedu.org for more information.