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Brick Township District and Curriculum

The curriculum of Brick Township is modeled from the National Core Standards as well as the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. The English Language Arts curriculum focuses on the five major components of learning language arts: speaking, reading, writing, listening and language. The goals of these are to help the student achieve college readiness and to achieve literacy in English as well as History/Social Studies, science and technical subjects.

We currently cover the following Brick Township-area school district: Brick Township Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Brick Township District Curriculum

The Mathematics curriculum is designed to develop and nurture the students’ understanding of and ability to apply mathematical concepts. Elementary students learn the concepts of base ten, operations, fractions, geometry, operations and algebraic thinking and measurements. In middle school, students learn to use reasoning to further their understanding of mathematical concepts and also learn ratios and proportion, geometry, expressions and equations, and statistics and probability. High school math focuses on number and quantity, functions, statistics and probability and geometry.

In Science, students on all levels become familiarized with science practices and explanations. Learning the processes of scientific inquiry is a major focus on science education and students are taught how to test hypotheses and communicate their findings. They study the life sciences, physical sciences and Earth sciences through hands-on experiences and other materials such as texts, media and technology.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Brick Township Educational News

  • Enrichment Grants Awarded - Teachers’ Insurance Plan of New Jersey awarded $8,000 toward education-related grants to Brick Township School District. The 10 winning grant proposals were submitted by educators from the district.
  • Nutrition Programs Honored - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture, along with New Jersey Jets quarterback Greg McElroy went to Midstreams School of Brick Township to honor them for their school breakfast program and commitment to physical activity. This was due to an initiative called Eat Right, Move More which draws attention to wellness issues.
  • Network Optimized - To address the demands of ever-increasing bandwidth consumption, Brick Township School District has deployed SonicWall, a class network firewall which provides higher security and data protection. This application allows greater Internet traffic and helps protect the district from web-based threats.

Brick Township 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: How to Prepare for Parent-Teacher Conferences

Your child’s education depends on a productive relationship between home and school. As a parent, you are your child’s best advocate. Communicating with his teachers is essential, and the parent-teacher conference is one good way to foster that relationship. Remember that your time is limited on conference day, so write down any questions or issues you want to cover with the teacher. Bring in samples of your child’s work from home, or returned classwork and tests that you feel warrant discussion. Also, bring a notepad and pen so you can jot down questions and information during the conference that you don’t want to forget. Get feedback from your child that you can bring to the conference as well. And, finally, keep your discussion friendly, professional and positive. If you are prepared to have a dialogue with your child’s teacher, conference time can be a helpful, productive interaction between school and home.