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1 Bourbonnais Upper Grade Center Small Learning Communities

2 5 periods in team, PE, Elective, Lunch, Advisory A student schedule Math Literature ELECTIVE Lunch Science Physical Education English ✓ Social Studies Tiger Time (advisory) ADAD ADAD 8 8

3 2 academic teams at each grade level TEAMWORK 1 Math teacher, 5 sections of Math 1 special education teacher assistant for the team. 1 Special Ed teacher, to co-teach, teach, and provide resource support for the team. 1 English/Lit teacher, 3 sections of English, 2 sections of Lit 1 Science teacher, 5 sections of Science 1 Social Studies teacher, 5 sections of Social Studies 1 English/Lit teacher, 2 sections of English, 3 sections of Lit ✓

4 ELECTIVES 4 PE teachers, 4 sections each and 2 sections of “Zero Hour” 7th Grade Choir and 8th Grade Choir (during advisory) Technology, 1 8th grade section, taught by Media Center Director in th Grade Band and 8 th Grade Band 1 Spanish teacher, 4 sections, plus 2 sections of RtI 2 Art teachers, 4 sections each, plus 2 sections of RtI 7 th Grade Orchestra and 8 th Grade Orchestra ✓

5 Art Studio 1: Students will have the opportunity to do various types of art with different media including pencil, paint, pastels, pen / ink, printmaking materials and collage. Sculpture 1: Students will create many three- dimensional projects while using skills in design, carving, ceramics, mask making, model building decorative painting, etc. Art Studio and Sculpture

6 Spanish II: Spanish is offered to any student who has successfully completed the Liberty Explorer Spanish 1. Students will expand their vocabulary and grammar. Students will also focus on reading, writing and speaking in Spanish. Spanish II

7 Symphonic Band: This is the most advanced band in the program. Students will further develop their skills and perform in concerts, the BBCHS Homecoming Parade, and the IESA Music Contests. Band, Choir & Orchestra

8 Choir: Individual vocal production and three-part choral singing are emphasized in this class. Music theory, sight reading, style and music history are taught via the music which is preformed at a variety of concerts and community events during the year. Band, Choir & Orchestra

9 Orchestra: Orchestra is offed to any string player who has successfully completed the Essential Elements for Strings 2000, Book 2 or is at a comparable level of ability assessed my Mrs. Carroll. Students will work to develop their skills and will preformed at a variety of concerts and community events during the year. Band, Choir & Orchestra

10 Zero Hour physical education begins at 6:50 and dismisses at 7:40. Students are allowed to enroll in zero hour if and only if they wish to enroll in two electives. Transportation to BUGC is the responsibility of the parent. “Zero Hour” PE

11 BUGC offers a variety of interscholastic programs such as Student Council, Yearbook, Math Team, Scholastic Bowl, Jazz Band, Chain Reaction, and Spelling Bee. BUGC also offers interscholastic programs such as girls’ softball, boys’ baseball, cheerleading, track, cross country, wrestling, girls’ volleyball and boys’/girls’ basketball. Extra Curricular Activities

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