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Fairview District and Curriculum

The borough of Fairview, New Jersey is served by a number of public school districts. Children in kindergarten through the eighth grade attend school in the Fairview Public Schools. High school-aged students have two potential options for their schooling: Cliffside Park High School, which is a public school operated by the Cliffside Park School District, or the Bergen County Technical Schools, which is a county-wide public high school focusing on vocational and career education. All three local districts share the common goal of providing a comprehensive education that prepares all students to be socially, politically and economically active members of society.

We currently cover the following Fairview-area school districts: Fairview Public Schools, Cliffside Park School District, and Bergen County Technical Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Fairview District Curriculum

Curriculum development in all New Jersey school districts is guided by the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. These standards provide guidance as to what students should learn at each grade level in a variety of core areas. Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following subjects: the arts, languages, health and physical education, social studies, 21st Century careers, technology and science. Math and language arts curricula are developed according to the standards outlined in the Common Core Standards.

As part of the K-12 curriculum, all students undertake an intense study of science and scientific practices. In elementary school, students learn to ask appropriate questions as they investigate scientific processes, materials and objects. Students also learn to use evidence to come to scientific conclusions. In middle school, the curriculum focuses on using scientific models to synthesize information and propose theories to explain phenomena. In high school, students use evidence-based models to create, revise and critique scientific explanations.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Fairview Educational News

  • New Report Cards - Parents of students in the Cliffside Park School District will notice a new format for their child’s report card. Report cards no longer use the letter grade system, but rather conveys information about students’ proficiency on standards.
  • Science Talent Search - The Intel Science Talent Search has named its semi-finalists, and among them are seven students from the Bergen County Technical Schools. Each semi-finalist has the opportunity to go on to the finals, where the top prize is $100,000.
  • Enrichment Programs - Students who attend school in the Cliffside Park School District can now attend after-school enrichment programs. Students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade eligible for free or tuition-based assistance until 6:00PM each school day.

Fairview 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: Ranking Potential Colleges

If you have a child that is looking forward to college but can’t seem to find the right one to attend, follow these steps to help narrow the list of potential schools. First, encourage your child to take a look at their initial list of potential schools. Is each school still attractive in some way? How so? How do the schools stack up to one another? Asking these questions can help your child begin to develop a short list of favorites. Next, have your child rank their priorities. What specifically are they looking for in a school? Do they want a small school or a large one? What program of study are they interested in? Comparing a list of must-haves to the list of potential colleges can help eliminate some schools and pare down the list even further. Lastly, offer to take your child back to the remaining schools on their list. A second visit can reveal likes and dislikes that were missed on the first visit. You and your child can also ask more questions, investigate programs further and get feedback from current students. Following these relatively easy steps can help your child determine the right school to fit his or her needs.