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Absecon District and Curriculum

The Absecon Public School District is a K-8 district of 860 students; high school students attend Pleasantville Public Schools. The mission of the districts is to provide educational excellence by challenging students with progressive programs that develop productive and responsible citizens. Absecon Public Schools and Pleasantville Public Schools are committed to helping all students achieve the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards at every grade level and has developed a comprehensive education program which provides opportunities for all students to become life-long learners.

We currently cover the following Absecon-area school districts: Absecon Public Schools and Pleasantville Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Absecon District Curriculum

The districts believe in developing a curriculum that will meet a child’s needs not only in the present but in their future. To that end, the district has created an organizational framework that guides curricular planning from Kindergarten all the way through Grade 8. Within the framework, cumulative progress indicators are used to determine what students should know and be able to do. Instruction is designed on a progressive scale that starts from the introduction of a topic, continues to application, and ends upon the demonstration of mastery within the subject.

Both the English Language Arts program and the Mathematics program at Absecon Public Schools are developed after the Core Curriculum Standards for instruction. This research-based, widely-accepted framework is just one component that guides the teaching and learning at all campuses. Students are encouraged to use the knowledge and skills they gain in the classroom and apply them to real-world problems, taking into account areas of cultural sensitivity and the need for global awareness in the 21st Century.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Absecon Educational News

  • Musical Performances Now Live - Recordings of live performances from the 2014 Spring Band and Choir concert at Emma C. Attales Middle School are now live. This is a great resource for grandparents, aunts and uncles, or siblings at college to see the performances of the students.
  • District Appoints HIB Leaders - To ensure all students feel safe and protected, Absecon Public Schools has appointed experts in anti-bullying efforts at each of its two campuses. Throughout the state, tremendous resources have been used to ensure that all schools are promoting awareness of this issue.
  • Solar Energy Effort - In a commitment to reduce their impact on the environment, Absecon students participated in the development of the Solar Array initiative. Not only is this a major energy saver, but it also allows students to work on projects calculating the energy savings and understand its impact on the entire energy grid.

Absecon Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: The Importance of Sleep

Over the summer, children’s sleeping patterns tend to fluctuate. But when the school year starts, it is crucial for success to maintain a regular sleeping schedule. If your child displays sleep-related symptoms, such as moodiness, inability to concentrate, behavioral problems, or lowered academic performance, here are a few things you can do. First, limit pre-bedtime activities, especially those that are high-stimulation such as TV, electronics, or video games. Instead, encourage your child to read a book, listen to music, or take a walk outside. Second, create a sleep-happy environment. Research shows, children sleep better in rooms that are dark, cool, and quiet. Third, avoid afternoon naps. While it might be difficult at first, allowing your child to nap after school if they’re struggling to sleep at night is only perpetuating the problem. Encourage them to push through for a few days, even exercising or having a healthy snack after school, until they can get a full night’s rest.