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Freehold Township District and Curriculum
Freehold Township, New Jersey has two local public school districts. Students in grades K-8 attend schools that are part of the Freehold Township Elementary and Middle Schools. The district operates one preschool, five elementary schools and two middle schools, which together serve over 4,000 students. Students in grades 9 through 12 attend either Freehold Township High School or Freehold High School, both of which belong to the Freehold Regional High School District. Both local districts strive to prepare students to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Freehold Township District Curriculum
The Common Core State Standards establish benchmarks for student learning in the areas of math and language arts. Similarly, the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards define what students should learn and know in the other core areas. Both sets of standards ensure that all students in Freehold Township receive a balanced, rigorous education that will prepare them to be well-rounded, active members of our community.
The technology standards are of particular importance as students prepare to enter the 21st Century workforce. To ensure that students have well-developed technological skills, they begin learning how to use technology in preschool. There, students begin to learn their way around computers, identifying key components such as the screen, mouse and keyboard. In elementary school, students are taught how to utilize computer programs to create documents, such as text-based and multimedia documents. Students also learn how technology has changed over time and examine the impact these changes has had on society.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Freehold Township Educational News
- Elementary Students Use Skype to Hone Investigative Skills - Students at Laura Donovan Elementary School have a fun way to learn how to solve problems. Students engage in Mystery Skype, where classrooms call each other and attempt to determine where the other class is located based on questions they ask one another.
- ‘Blind Side’ Actor Speaks About Bullying - Quinton Aaron, whose life story was portrayed the movie “The Blind Side,” recently spoke to Freehold Regional High School District students about how to overcome bullying. This was one activity planned around the anti-bullying initiatives.
- Local Academies Win Awards - Programs at the high schools were recently given the Exemplary Program designation by the New Jersey School Board Association. The award recognizes schools that have developed creative programs that enhance student learning.
Freehold 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: Two Skills for Academic Success
Many students struggle to keep up their grades, stay current on homework and find the time to spend with family and friends. High school students are especially prone to falling behind because of the added demands of they have on their time from after school activities, sports and jobs. Juggling all these responsibilities can be difficult, but there are simple and easy steps to take to ensure you’re keeping up with your academics. One easy step to take is to manage time wisely. Oftentimes it’s difficult to stay in and finish reading that book chapter when your friends are outside playing. But setting up a consistent schedule can help you avoid those conflicts. Set aside an hour or two a night just for homework. Tell your friends and family that during that time you need to focus. But after that, you’re free to play! Another easy step to take is to use your technology appropriately. During homework time, use your iPad to read, do research or complete assignments. Don’t use it to check Facebook or Twitter! Keeping your work and social needs separate will help you finish your work faster and will help you produce a better product.