Where to place those valuable funds

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Have you decided where to place those valuable funds for your student’s education yet?
Is part of your educational program to increase the Executive Functions in their Frontal Lobe for critical thinking, problem solving, emotion, personality, movement, thinking, reasoning, speaking, judgment, creativity, imagination and memory?   If it isn’t it should be.
Did you know that this is a very important part in their daily learning process that is not taught through academics alone?
BEE urges you to check out our upcoming programs.    There you will find information to understand how you can give your child all the important core academics,  as well as, teach the core life skills that will be so important for their future.
BEE believes that what we have created will make the difference between success and failure in the real world by providing your child with an educational opportunity that acquires, experiences and practices the right skills to be successful in the world, so you do not have to…
• worry that there is something missing in your program
• keep searching for or trying a different program or curriculum every year
• keep testing or evaluating your student to assess progress
• feel a sense of hopelessness or helplessness for the future
BEE has developed classes, assembly programs, interdisciplinary days and workshops for this year that are intended to strengthen your student’s Frontal Lobe growth.
BEE’s mission is to help you in growing children into bold learners with interesting subjects and hands-on projects. To help these bold learners we teach them the necessary life skills for success in an unknown future and we provide them with experiences that engage their minds in the learning process. Students begin to answer questions by asking more questions, by paying attention, by understanding another perspective and needs, by reorganizing facts, learning new study skills, using trial and error and communicating verbally and in written format.
By learning in this way, children are given the ability to learn the necessary skills that they will need to be enterprising in the world of the future. There are no academic subjects that teach those specific skills, nor are they addressed in any way through text books and testing.

How can we send our children off into the unknown world without this knowledge or preparation?
BEE is in business especially to give all children a hope and a future, one student at a time. If this is also your mission, then BEE would like to help you have a hope and a future for your child.

How we can help you put those precious funds to good use?
If you would like to become a part of our mission to give our children a hope and a future, please contact us.

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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.