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East Windsor Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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East Windsor Township District and Curriculum

Students in Kindergarten through the 12th grade in East Windsor attend public school in the East Windsor Regional School District. The district operates four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school, which together serve over 4,500 students. The vision of the school district is to challenge each student to achieve to his or her highest potential. This vision is achieved by working with parents and community members to provide students with learning experiences that are challenging, engaging and relevant to their development as successful citizens in the 21st Century.

We currently cover the following East Windsor Township-area school district: East Windsor Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the East Windsor Township District Curriculum

The East Windsor Regional School District has developed a set of standards-based curricula that govern what students learn at each grade level. These standards are in place for all core subject areas. The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards govern what is taught in the following subjects: science, social studies, world languages, technology, visual and performing arts, health and physical education, and 21st Century life and careers. Math and science curricula are developed using the Common Core State Standards as a guideline.

To ensure that students are prepared to meet the challenges of post-secondary life, education and careers, they receive a comprehensive education in health and wellness. In elementary school, students learn about the social, emotional and physical benefits of regular physical activity. Kids also work on fine and gross motor skills through games and fitness exercises. As middle schoolers, students learn about the physiological, emotional and social changes they undergo.

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Keeping Informed: Recent East Windsor Township Educational News

  • Hightstown Students Excel on AP Exams - Students taking AP exams at Hightstown High School in 2012 were among the most successful in the state. Their scores ranked 9th in the state, with over 94% of students achieving a score of three or better on the AP exam.
  • The Top Book for NJ Teens - Teach for America is conducting a survey to determine what the best book is for New Jersey teens to read. Once the voting is completed, copies of the winning book will be given to all 53 schools in northern New Jersey that partner with Teach for America.
  • The Arts Benefit Brain Growth - Studies show that students who engage in more arts classes are more creative, have better attention skills and perform better on reading and math assessments. In fact, there is a strong correlation between the number of arts classes a student takes and their success on the ACT test.

East Windsor 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: Students’ Technology Can Help Them Learn

Faculty and administration at many schools worry that the abundance of student cell phones, iPods and the like will interfere with their ability to learn. However, some schools have embraced their students’ technological prowess as a tool to help them learn. An excellent way to put students’ cell phones to good use is to have students use their phones as clickers. Rather than shelling out thousands of dollars for a classroom student response system, teachers can have students download an app that allows them to send multiple choice and true/false answers from their phone to their teacher’s computer. Another beneficial function of student cell phones is the onboard camera. A photo scavenger hunt is a great way to use this technology to help reinforce information from classroom learning by finding real-world examples. While student use of technology needs to be managed, there are benefits to having an abundance of technologies readily available.