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Hackettstown District and Curriculum

The Hackettstown School District serves nearly 1,400 students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The Hackettstown School District takes a collaborative approach to education. Through partnerships with parents and community stakeholders, the district develops educational programs that inspire students to be positive and contributing members to society. Engaging lessons delivered by highly qualified teachers foster a love of lifelong learning in all students and prepare them to achieve their highest possible potential.

We currently cover the following Hackettstown-area school district: Hackettstown School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hackettstown District Curriculum

In order to prepare students to be academically, economically, socially, politically and emotionally successful members of society, the Hackettstown School District has developed a comprehensive K-12 curriculum that seeks to educate the whole child. The standards-based curriculum is aligned with the Common Core State Standards as well as the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

As part of the advanced mathematics curriculum, high school students have an opportunity to study geometry. Students acquire the ability to prove theorems about lines and angles. Students manipulate geometric tools such as a compass and straightedge to make formal geometric constructions. A study of right triangles is undertaken, where students use sine and cosine to define ratios and solve problems involving right triangles. Students also work with circles and identify the relationships among radii, chords and inscribed angles. Measurement and dimension is also studied and students use Cavalieri’s Principle to determine the volume of a sphere.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Hackettstown Educational News

  • Top Ranked School - Hackettstown High School has been named as one of New Jersey’s top high schools in terms of academic achievement and as is exemplified by the many advanced courses provided.
  • New Teacher Evaluations - Many teachers in New Jersey will soon get a look at the new criteria that includes student achievement as part of their annual teacher performance evaluation. Achievement data will be determined by a variety of established benchmarks.
  • Grant Funding for Anti=Bullying Initiatives - New Jersey has made over $1 million in funding available for districts to pay for expenses related to anti-bullying programs. The money can be used to fund prevention programs, staff trainings and activities to improve the school climate.

Hackettstown 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: Writing a Better Essay

Sometimes children can fall into the practice of using tired clichés in their writings when they are unsure of how to best introduce an idea or transition from one idea to the next. To help your child become a better writer, give them these tips for better writing. First, point out to your child that they should never use text acronyms such as LOL, GTG and OMG in their writings. These acronyms have no place in formal writing. Second, encourage your child to avoid using words such as “things” and “stuff.” These words are extremely vague! Recommend using more specific and powerful words in place of these vague ones. Lastly, help your child avoid the use of the word “very.” Although it is intended to convey added importance, it actually serves the opposite purpose. It is highly overused and will actually weaken the point your child is trying to make.