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Hanover Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Hanover Township District and Curriculum
Two school districts serve the educational needs of Hanover Township’s K-12 students. For kindergarten through the eighth grade, students attend the Hanover Township Public Schools. Once students reach high school, they attend Whippany Park High School, which is part of the Hanover Park Regional High School District. Both local districts work together to ensure that students are provided with educational experiences that challenge and excite their curiosities. With excellent programs of study, great athletic programs and before and after school enrichment activities, students have an abundance of opportunities to improve themselves.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hanover Township District Curriculum
Both local school districts develop curricula according to the guidelines set forth in the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. In doing so, both districts ensure that all students at all grade levels have equal opportunities to learn, grow and demonstrate the knowledge and skills they acquire. Classroom learning is both engaging and relevant, with learning experiences that have real-world applicability in the 21st Century.
Students begin their science education by learning how to use basic scientific tools and learning scientific vocabulary. From there, they design simple experiments to hone their observational skills. Students learn how to gather evidence and interpret data in order to make evidence-based predictions. Cooperation is emphasized, with students learning how to collaborate with classmates to pose, refine and evaluate theories. Proper safety protocols are also learned, so students can use tools safely and handle organisms in a humane and ethical manner.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Hanover Township Educational News
- Student Organizations - In an effort to get students involved in co-curricular activities, Whippany Park High School offers over 20 student clubs and organizations. By increasing involvement in school-related activities, students become more engaged in their learning.
- Teacher of the Year - The 2013 Teacher of the Year in the Hanover Park Regional High School District is Cynthia Williams. Ms. Williams is a special education teacher who works closely with her students at Whippany Park High School.
- AP Honor Roll - The College Board has named the Hanover Park Regional High School District to the AP Honor Roll. It is the second year in a row that the district has received the honor.
Hanover 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 Tips for Writing a Great College Essay
If you have a child soon to be in college, they are no doubt worried about the essay component of their application. A lot rides on their ability to effectively answer the required topic. Here are two simple steps you can take to help your child write a great college essay. First, advise your child to be concise. Admissions officers would much prefer to read a short, yet well-composed essay than one that rambles on and on. Remember: admissions officers have hundreds of essays to read, so writing a short, well written and memorable essay will be much more beneficial. Secondly, help your child identify ways in which they can convey their individuality. Again, with hundreds of essays to read, your child needs to take an angle that will make them memorable to the admissions officer. Help your child focus less on achievements – those will be listed on the application anyway – and more on who they are as a unique person.