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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Little Falls District Curriculum
The curricula in both districts adheres to state and national performance standards, which provide benchmarks for student learning in nine core subject areas: math, language arts, science, social studies, health and physical education, visual and performing arts, 21st Century life and careers, technology and world languages. By undertaking a comprehensive educational program, students graduate having the tools they need to be successful.
Both local school districts recognize the importance for students to have a deep understanding of the beginnings of human society. As part of the social studies curriculum, students learn about ancient civilizations. They examine the social and political organization of early settlements, as well as the religious beliefs early people held. Students also analyze the importance of agriculture in terms of the rise of cities. Students study early forms of writing, such as cuneiform, and examine the importance of written language for the transmission of ideas and development of a cultural identity.
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Little Falls District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
The students of Little Falls, New Jersey are served by two local school districts. Students in kindergarten through the eighth grade attend the Little Falls Township Public Schools. The district educates approximately 900 students at three schools. Once students reach high school, they attend Passaic Valley Regional High School, along with students from Totowa and Woodland Park. Both districts are dedicated to fostering a love of lifelong learning. Each student undertakes study in a variety of subjects, delivered via interesting and engaging lessons, and has the opportunity to participate in co-curricular and enrichment activities that foster their curiosity about the world.
Keeping Informed: Recent Little Falls Educational News
- Language Classes - Passaic Valley Regional High School now offers a wide variety of languages classes. Students can take French, Italian or Spanish, and are eligible to take part in national languages competitions.
- Art Showcase - Art students from Passaic Valley Regional High School have their works on display at a local dental facility. Ten students currently have artwork on display and will continue to have other opportunities to exhibit in the community
- Students Volunteer - Students at Little Falls School #2 recently teamed up with Partners for Health to create a food pantry to help feed needy families in the community. Students are collecting canned goods, as well as fruits, vegetables and personal hygiene products like toothbrushes and toothpaste.
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Chalk Talk: How to Write a Better Essay
Students will write an untold number of essays throughout their K-12 education, and even more if they decide to attend college. When helping your child write an essay, keep these tips in mind for writing a better essay. First, make sure your child isn’t overusing the phrase “like.” The only occurrence of like in an essay should be in the form of a verb (i.e. “to like”) or as a synonym. Other instances should be deleted. Second, look for vague words such as “things” and “stuff.” There are far more descriptive words to use in their place. Lastly, instruct your child to remove phrases such as “kind of” or “sort of.” As with “things” and “stuff,” these phrases are incredibly vague. Furthermore, it diminishes the strength of any statement in which they are included. By following these simple rules, your child will produce a much stronger essay.