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Lawrence Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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Lawrence Township District and Curriculum

Lawrence Township Public Schools is the only public school district in Lawrence Township, New Jersey. The district serves students in pre-K through the 12th grade and operates four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school and one high school. The district’s total student population is approximately 4,000. The mission of Lawrence Township Public Schools is to provide students with learning experiences that support their academic, social and emotional growth.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lawrence Township District Curriculum

Lawrence Township Public Schools has a well-developed curriculum for all core subjects at all grade levels. These curricula were developed according to the standards set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards. Together, these documents clearly define what students should learn and be able to do in nine content areas: math, science, language arts, social studies, technology, world languages, 21st Century life and careers, visual and performing arts, and health and physical education.

Elementary school students learn the basics of American history, with a study of the 50 states and their capitals, national holidays and basic ideas presented in the Constitution. In middle school, students begin learn about the impact of European exploration on the New World and learn about how the structure and function of the three branches of government. Once in high school, students study interpersonal relationships in psychology, examine the histories of other countries and analyze the causes and effects of major events in history.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Lawrence Township Educational News

  • Local Students Show Off Art - Students and parents at Slackwood Elementary recently combined their artistic talent with care for the environment. They designed art installations made completely of recycled materials. The art can be seen on the grounds of the school.
  • Middle School Wins Character Award - Lawrence Middle School recently received the School of Character Award. The award is given by the NJ Alliance for Social, Emotional and Character Development.
  • Lawrence Elementary Celebrates Respect - Students at Lawrence Elementary School recently celebrated diversity and respect with a Superhero Parade. Students dressed in various costume pieces of respectful superheroes, sang songs about respecting one another and took part in assemblies about respecting others, themselves and the environment.

Lawrence 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: The Importance of Sleep

Studies show that kids who don’t get enough sleep are inattentive at school, cranky, moody and don’t perform as well on exams. With after school activities, sports, homework and time for family and friends, it’s easy for kids to miss out on time to sleep because of everything else they have to get done. But setting regular times for your children to go to sleep is extremely important. Regular bedtimes help maintain the body’s circadian rhythm, which is important for a child’s cognitive development. Children need between 8-11 hours of sleep a night, so try to plan their days accordingly. If you need to move some of their weekly chores to the weekend to give them a few more minutes to sleep during the week, do it. The benefits of the extra sleep will far outweigh the pile of dirty clothes on their floor!

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