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East Greenwich Township District and Curriculum

K-12 students in East Greenwich Township attend school in two different school districts. Children in kindergarten through the sixth grade attend the East Greenwich Township School District. That district has a population of just over 1,000 students who attend either Jeffrey Clark School or Samuel Mickle School. Students in grades 7-12 are educated in the Kingsway Regional School District. That district operates one middle school and one high school, which have a total enrollment of over 2,200 students. To ensure that students are well equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful, the districts work together to provide students comparable opportunities to learn and demonstrate their learning.

We currently cover the following East Greenwich Township-area school districts: East Greenwich Township School District and Kingsway Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Greenwich Township District Curriculum

The East Greenwich Township School District and the Kingsway Regional School District work together to ensure their curricula are aligned to one another as well as to the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. By aligning their curricula to state and national standards that are research-based, the districts are able to provide challenging and relevant learning experiences that foster the development of academic and social skills.

The world languages curriculum is designed such that students acquire the ability to read, write, speak and listen in a foreign language. Students begin their study of a new language by acquiring skills necessary for communicating. During this mode, students acquire basic understanding of the language, including simple words, phrases and numbers. Next, students move on to the interpersonal mode. At this point, students develop the skills required to carry on conversations in the language in both written and verbal forms. Students learn complex phrases and gain an appreciation for cultural influences. Lastly, students work in the presentational mode.

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Keeping Informed: Recent East Greenwich Township Educational News

  • Student Spotlight - In order to recognize students who have achieved academic excellence in the classroom, the Kingsway Regional School District has implemented a Student Spotlight program that will honor one student from each academic department each month.
  • Drama Accolades - Students from Kingsway Regional High School recently participated in the New Jersey Drama and Forensics League Tournament. Many students received high scores, including two drama students who qualified for the state tournament later this year.
  • Mock Trial Championship - The Kingsway Regional High School Mock Trial team recently took first place in the Gloucester County Mock Trial Championships. It is the eighth time in the last eleven years that the Kingsway team has won.

East Greenwich 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: Benefits of Learning a Second Language

Being able to communicate with people from different countries and cultures is a vital tool to have because of the increasingly globalized nature of our society and economy. Learning a second language not only provides that ability to communicate with others, it also increases your understanding and appreciation for people different from yourself. Having a second language also improves your employability. Many companies and government agencies look for potential employees who can go abroad and conduct business in another language. Learning a new language additionally improves your ability to communicate in your native tongue and sharpens your cognitive skills. People who speak multiple languages consistently score higher on measures of math, reading and writing skills.