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Franklin Township District and Curriculum

Public school students in Franklin Township, New Jersey attend one of two school districts. The Franklin Township Public Schools are responsible for the education of students in grades K-6, while students in grades 7-12 attend the Delsea Regional School District. Together, the districts educate over 3,100 students in five school buildings located throughout the area. With challenging academics, abundant extra-curricular opportunities and a commitment to fostering the unique potential of every student, the Franklin Township and Delsea districts are dedicated to the development of the whole child.

We currently cover the following Franklin Township-area school districts: Delsea Regional School District and Franklin Township Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin Township District Curriculum

With a focus on developing problem solving, critical thinking and analytical skills, students are prepared for educational success, as well as success in work and life. To ensure students receive a well-rounded education, the districts have developed their curriculum according to the guidelines of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core Standards.

The Common Core State Standards is a rigorous set of standards for math and language arts education that has been adopted by states throughout the nation. In math, the curriculum prepares students to be abstract thinkers who use quantitative reasoning, models and attention to detail to solve problems. By the end of elementary school, children know how analyze mathematical patterns, write and interpret expressions, and add and subtract fractions. By the end of middle school, students can solve linear equations, evaluate functions and apply the Pythagorean theorem.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Township Educational News

  • Delsea Students Get Laptops - As part of its 1:1 technology initiative, the Delsea Regional School District is issuing each student in the district a Google Chromebook laptop for their daily use.
  • Classes Use Skype to Learn - Third grade students at Main Road School recently had an interactive Skype lesson with students at Silver Run Elementary School in Millville. Students shared their knowledge about Thanksgiving.
  • Reutter School Students Honored - Students at Reutter School who have excellent grades, appropriate behavior and a good attendance record were honored recently for their achievements.

Franklin 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: The Importance of Math

A good math education is important for the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills that are needed in everyday life. Sure, not everyone needs to know how to rewrite rational expressions, but the skills required to undertake such complexities in math are applicable to many situations. Math is important because it helps kids foresee long-term consequences. At some point in their lives they will have to balance their checkbook or determine how much interest they’re paying on their mortgage – tasks they cannot successfully perform without a solid background in math. The problem solving skills acquired in math class also help kids with the tasks of calculating a tip and making monthly budgets for their household. Even determining how much time it will take to drive from home to work requires the use of basic skills learned in math class. So if your child is struggling to understand why they have to study algebra, let them know that the math skills they learn now will help them every day for the rest of their lives.