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Denville District and Curriculum

The Denville Township School District is responsible for the education of students in grades K-8 in Denville Township, New Jersey. The district’s two elementary schools and one middle school offer students learning opportunities that are engaging, challenging and empower them to succeed. The education they receive in the lower grades prepares them for study at the high school level. Students in grades 9-12 move to the Morris Hills Regional High School District, where they attend Morris Knolls High School. Students continue to receive a well-rounded education at Morris Knolls, that provides them with the essential knowledge and skills they need to find success in college, at work, in the armed forces, or whatever their post-secondary pursuits might be.

We currently cover the following Denville-area school districts: Denville Township School District and Morris Hills Regional High School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Denville District Curriculum

By focusing on learning opportunities that are relevant and allow students to apply their learning to real-life situations, the districts show students how to use what they learn. Aligning district curricula with the recommendations of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core Standards ensures that students have the tools they need to excel in their future pursuits.

By aligning the math curriculum from the top down, the districts ensure that students who move from the lower grades to the higher grades have the requisite math understanding to be successful. The math curriculum focuses on developing practical skills – problem solving, critical thinking and analysis – that are used in math class as well as everyday life. An additional emphasis is placed on student understanding of mathematical concepts, as opposed to rote memorization. For example, when learning about congruence in geometry class, high school students must demonstrate knowledge of the concept of congruence, but must also demonstrate understanding of the concept.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Denville Educational News

  • Morris Knolls Offers IB Program - Students at Morris Knolls High School can now participate in the International Baccalaureate Program. The program focuses on preparing students for college as well as developing their international-mindedness and critical thinking skills.
  • Gifted and Talented Students Excel in Program - The Morris Knolls Regional High School District offers a unique program for students who demonstrate giftedness. Students participate in independent study, unique seminars and internships to foster the development of their particular gifts.
  • Psychology Club Conducts Community Service - Members of the Morris Knolls Regional High School Psychology Club are dedicated to serving the community. Members devote 30 hours of volunteer time to local organizations each year.

Denville 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: Reasons to Volunteer

Volunteerism is an excellent way to help your community while helping yourself. In addition to looking great on college and scholarship applications, volunteerism provides many other benefits to you and the community as well. Volunteering provides both mental and physical rewards. Research shows that volunteerism boosts mood, reduces stress, increases joy and benefits the immune system. Providing services to the community means valuable resources are saved. The monetary value of a volunteer’s time is over $15 per hour – money that communities and organizations can use to fund other needed projects. Volunteerism also brings communities together and strengthens the ties between citizens. Working as a team toward a common goal helps diverse groups of people build camaraderie, understanding and respect for one another.