Beaver River Central School District
9508 Artz Road
Beaver Falls, NY 13305
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2012-2013 School Profile
We are a small, K-12, rural school located in
Total Enrollment (K-12): 901 CEEB Code Number: 330-365
2012 Graduating Class: 81 School Year: 4 quarters
Superintendent: Leueen Smithling
High School Principal: Rebecca Dunckel-King
Elementary Principal/CO-CSE Director: Kimberly Lyman-Wright
Guidance Counselors: Alexander Barrett (grades 10-12)
Shannon Bourcy (grades 6-9)
Guidance Secretary Judy Ward
Total Number of Students (K-12): 901
Seniors – 79; Juniors –70; Sophomores – 71; Freshmen – 63
Special Education Students (9-12) – 49
Numerical grades 0% - 100%. The minimum passing grade is a 65%. Final Average consists of Quarters 1-4 and Final Exam (each weighted 20%). Class rank and final averages are unweighted. The average is based on all subjects. Class standing and grade point average are computed at the end of the student’s junior year.
Local Diploma: 24 credits, to include minimum: 4 English, 4 Social Studies, 3 Math, 3 Science, 1 Art/Music, 1 Language Other Than English, ½ Health, 2 Physical Education, electives. Must score at least 55% on not more than 0ne Regents exams and must be 65% or higher on at least four of them.
Regents Diploma: 24 credits, to include minimum: 4 English, 4 Social Studies, 3 Math, 3 Science, 1 Language Other than English, 1 Art/Music, ½ Health, 2 Physical Education, electives. Must score 65% or higher on five Regents exams.
Advanced Regents Diploma: 24 credits, to include minimum: 4 English, 4 Social Studies, 3 Math, 3 Science, 3 Language Other than English, 1 Art/Music, ½ Health, 2 Physical Education, electives. Must score 65% or higher on nine Regents exams.
In addition to core courses,
English: Yearbook, Young Adult Literature
LOTE: Spanish 1-4
Business: Career and Financial Math
Art: Studio Art, Advanced Studio Art, Digital Photography, Advanced Digital
Music: Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Senior Chorus, Choraleers, Music Theory I
Home & Careers: Basic and Advanced Stained Glass, Gourmet Foods
Technology: Design & Drawing for Production, Computer Aided
Design I & II, Production Wood,
Agriculture: Introduction to Agriculture, Vet Science, Animal Science,
Physical Education: Advanced Physical Education
Advanced Placement courses:
AP Calculus AB
Distance Learning courses with
PSY 133 – Introduction to Psychology
SOC 144 – Introduction to Sociology
ENG 100 – College Composition
ENG 101 – Research and Composition HIS 150 – American History to 1865
ENG 102 – Composition & Literature HIS 151 – American History 1865 to Present
EFB 120 - The Global Environment