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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hardyston District Curriculum
The Math curriculum introduces students to all types of mathematical problem-solving during elementary school. The learning standards for Math are broken down into specific categories of numeracy, algebra, geometry, models, functions, and statistics and probability. They learn how to understand word and multi-step problems and learn how to determine the best way to solve any math problem. They also learn how to show their mathematical thought and the steps they took to solve a problem.
The district incorporates the Common Core Standards for English language arts. These standards describe the literacy and communication related skills students should gain by the end of specific grade levels as well as the assessments that will demonstrate their progress in each area. They require that students do more non-fiction and informational reading than in the past so that students learn comprehension and analysis skills for both fiction and non-fiction. They also learn how to write for a variety of purposes.
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Hardyston District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
Hardyston Township is located in New Jersey’s Sussex County. Hardyston Township Schools contain an elementary school with grades PK-5 and a middle school with grades 6-8. These two schools combined have about 750 students. Once students reach ninth grade, they attend Wallkill Valley Regional High School. Hardyston Township Schools use the New Jersey Core Curriculum. Curriculum bulletins are posted for each middle school grade that list the skills students are expected to acquire in each content area by the end of the year. There is also a curriculum bulletin for students with learning disabilities.
Keeping Informed: Recent Hardyston Educational News
- Wallkill Valley Regional Students’ Art Displayed - Talented student artists from Wallkill Valley Regional High joined students from other area schools in having their artwork displayed in the Student Exhibition at the D. Francisco Gallery in the Peters Valley School of Craft. The ten pieces submitted by the school were mostly stained and fused glass creations, including a 3-D lighthouse that was illuminated by a light bulb and a basket composed of woven glass.
- Wallkill Javelin Thrower Wins States, Is Ranked Nationally - A Wallkill Valley Regional High senior earned first-place gold in the javelin throw at the state-level Meet of Champions. Not only did his throw of 206 feet, 6 inches rank him first in New Jersey but also fifth in the entire nation.
- Prevention and Counseling Programs Used in the District - Wallkill Valley Regional High recently hosted the “Hidden in Plain Sight” program for parents, which was presented by the Center for Prevention and Counseling. Through displaying a model of a teenager’s bedroom, the program was intended to help parents become familiar with places where teens may hide drugs and other items that may indicate risky behaviors.
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SchoolTutoring has played an important role in improving our son’s confidence and attitude towards school. His grades have also improved steadily throughout the school year.
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Chalk Talk: The Classrooms of Today
Today’s classrooms are much different than they were even five years ago. In many instances, students trade in their pencil and paper for their finger and tablet device. Instead of a teacher putting an educational movie in the VCR, she shows her class an interactive clip on YouTube that helps enhance the lesson. Students’ backpacks get a little heavier, as their personal laptop goes home with them every night. They can access their assignments on this laptop anytime, anywhere, so no more excuses for not doing their homework! At the same time, the backpacks get a little lighter, as all of those heavy textbooks are now stored as e-books on their tablet device. This gives kids more room to bring home books from the classroom or school library!