Give Your Student a Passion for Life

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Does your son or daughter have a dream?  Do they get lost in their favorite thing?  Are they so into what they love that they lose all sense of time?

No matter what it is, if your child focuses on one thing and only one thing to the exclusion of others, then pay attention to what that is.

Because your child has a passion.  A purpose for his/her life.  Rejoice in that knowledge.  It means that you have found the secret to their success in life.  Embrace it and go along for the ride.

At BEE, we recognize a Bold Learner who has a passion.   We turn them into Engaged Students who take charge of their learning so that they can take their passion and become Enterprising and successful adults.

If you are interested in giving your student a passion for life, BEE can help.  We have many ways to find the passion in your child and to encourage them on a lifelong love of learning and using their passion as a vocation.

BEE has programs, classes, workshops, interdisciplinary days, and relationships with the world of Arts that reinforce and enhance academics through hands on experiences that will live with a student forever.

We invite you to come to BEE, enter your child in one of our classes and see the difference the Arts make in education and academic excellence.

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I Graduated in 1976 with a BS in Elementary Ed from Framingham State Teacher's College, Framingham, MA. My graduating class was the last the last class of teachers credentialed automatically for teaching in all 50 states. I taught third grade, as well as, music and public speaking for middle school. My teaching years were on and off for 30 years because our family moved quite a bit and there were not always teaching jobs available where we moved to. I have been a substitute teacher during those times for many schools and many grade levels. 1976-1977 Southborough, MA, Second grade Teacher 1999-2001 Tucson, AZ, Middle School Teacher Developed and taught the public speaking and music appreciation course structure to integrate with school academic program. (Music Director) – Organized, coordinated the music for and rehearsed 16 classrooms for two programs of singing, dancing and drama per year. (Stage Manager) – Coordinated all stage materials; painted backdrops, sewed costumes and helped children with lines and stage placement. I Graduated in 1976 with a BS in Elementary Ed from Framingham State Teacher's College, Framingham, MA. My graduating class was the last the last class of teachers credentialed automatically for teaching in all 50 states. I taught third grade, as well as, music and public speaking for middle school. My teaching years were on and off for 30 years because our family moved quite a bit and there were not always teaching jobs available where we moved to. I have been a substitute teacher during those times for many schools and many grade levels. 1976-1977 Southborough, MA, Second grade Teacher 1999-2001 Tucson, AZ, Middle School Teacher Developed and taught the public speaking and music appreciation course structure to integrate with school academic program. (Music Director) – Organized, coordinated the music for and rehearsed 16 classrooms for two programs of singing, dancing and drama per year. (Stage Manager) – Coordinated all stage materials; painted backdrops, sewed costumes and helped children with lines and stage placement.