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Little Ferry District and Curriculum

The borough of Little Ferry, New Jersey is served by three public school systems. The Little Ferry Public Schools is responsible for the education of children in kindergarten through the eighth grade. The district has over 900 students who attend one of two schools in the district. Once students are of high school age, they attend Ridgefield Park High School, which is part of the Ridgefield Park Public Schools. That school has nearly 1,200 students in grades 9-12. Students who wish to pursue a career-focused high school education can apply to attend the Bergen County Technical Schools, which offer various career and technical programs at campuses throughout Bergen County.

We currently cover the following Little Ferry-area school districts: Little Ferry Public Schools, Ridgefield Park High School, and Bergen County Technical Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Little Ferry District Curriculum

Students in Little Ferry receive a comprehensive education that is based on both state and national standards. These standards, outlined in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards, are meant to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge and skills they need to be successful in the 21st Century. Classroom learning is undertaken in safe and caring environments in which educational professionals foster the individual growth of each student.

As part of the physical science curriculum, students learn about the different forms of energy. In elementary school, students investigate various forms of energy, such as sound, heat and light, and record their observations about the properties they observe about each form of energy. In middle school, students learn how hurricanes get their energy from the heat found in the ocean and examine the reasons why tornadoes commonly form in “Tornado Alley.” High school students study the properties of solids, liquids and gasses using the kinetic molecular theory. They also learn to identify the molecular events that cause melting and boiling to occur.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Little Ferry Educational News

  • Library/Media Specialist Recognized - Julie Greller, library/media specialist at Ridgefield Park High school, recently received a prestigious international award for her blog, “A Media Specialist’s Guide to the Internet” which keeps many educators updated about useful educational websites.
  • Facilities Grant Received - The Little Ferry School District is one of eleven districts in the state that will receive special funding to enhance the safety and security of its facilities. The total award of the grant is just over $6,100.
  • Anti-Bullying Program - Students at Ridgefield Park High School are participating in a new anti-bullying program. Called ROOTS, the program seeks to improve the social climate at the school. These efforts have drawn a great deal of positive attention and reports around district is that bullying incidents are on the decline.

Little Ferry 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 Mentorship Programs

Making the change from eighth grade to ninth grade might not seem like that big of a shift, but according to research, it is the most difficult change to make for K-12 students. The pressures of high school can get to kids who are slow to respond to the increased academic work load and changes in the social scene. As such, many schools are implementing mentoring programs to help freshmen adjust to the faster pace of high school life. These programs, which pair freshmen with junior and senior students, focus on helping kids acquire the academic, social and emotional skills they need to make high school a success. Students might work together on a team building exercise, learn how to effectively communicate with others or learn strategies to study for exams. Whatever the activity, the presence of a mentor to help them through their first year of high school has been shown to be highly effective in helping freshmen transition into high school.