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Hamilton District and Curriculum

The curriculum of Hamilton Public Schools is in line with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. Students are provided with multiple opportunities to expand their world with unique and meaningful experiences. On the elementary level, students learn world languages and multicultural studies in addition to core academics. In the middle school, students have the opportunity to study business and career courses. High school students have several options to strengthen their leadership and career skills with the Peer Leadership program, the Cooperative Work program and the Volunteer Internship program.

We currently cover the following Hamilton-area school district: Hamilton Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hamilton District Curriculum

English Language Arts on the elementary level is presented with a balanced literacy approach. Along with the Core Curriculum Standards, teachers cover the six essential areas of reading instruction: phonics, phonemic awareness, reading fluency, vocabulary development, reading comprehension strategies, and motivation and prior knowledge. Middle school students have a double period of English in order to help students become proficient readers and writers about a variety of subjects. The ELA program integrates reading, writing, listening, speaking, vocabulary and language into the curriculum.

Mathematics in the elementary school focuses on the major skills and concepts through fractions and geometry. Students on the middle school level study integers and exponents, rational numbers, ratio, linear expressions, geometry probability and measurement. On the high school level, students have the ability to study algebra, geometry, consumer math, computer science and calculus.


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Keeping Informed: Recent Hamilton Educational News

  • Anti-Bullying Initiative - Fourth grade students in Robinson Elementary School joined together to create The Mobile Operations for stopping Bullies (M.O.B.). Their mission is to facilitate conflict resolution and to help students treat each other respectfully.
  • Youth Leadership Grant - Crockett Middle School has received a grant from American Eagle Outfitters for the fifth consecutive year. This grant is in support of their Teen Leadership program. This program helps 7th graders learn how to function as “young adults” in society and is also aimed at building character and self-esteem.
  • Mock Trial Competition - Students from Steiner High School participated in the Appruzzese Mercer County Mock Trial Competition at the Mercer County Courthouse over the winter. In this event, students took on the roles of lawyers, witnesses and jurors in a mock trial presentation.

Hamilton 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: How to Increase Your Child’s Vocabulary

Building vocabulary does not have to be a chore for you or your child. There are many activities you can do with your child to help them expand their vocabulary. First and foremost, reading to and with your child can aid in vocabulary development. Also, pairing vocabulary words with other sensory experiences, such as a smell, sound or taste can help your child remember them better. Taking up a hobby or class (such as ceramics, fishing or cake decorating) can expose your child to a wealth of vocabulary. Another way to help increase vocabulary is by visiting museums, shows and plays. Almost any activity you engage your child in can bring new words and terms to his or her vocabulary.

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