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Lodi, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Lodi District and Curriculum
The Lodi Public Schools has over 3,200 students who go to one of the seven schools in the district. The Lodi Public Schools seek to provide students with an environment that is safe and intellectually stimulating. Lodi staff put forth every effort to ensure that each student has an opportunity to reach his or her highest academic, social and emotional potential. In order to foster student growth and development, the Lodi Public Schools have developed engaging and relevant curricula that prepare students to be lifelong learners and active members of society.
We currently cover the following Lodi-area school district: Lodi Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lodi District Curriculum
The Common Core State Standards describe the skills and knowledge students should acquire at each grade level in math and language arts. Similarly, the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards outline what students should learn at each grade level in all other academic and career-oriented courses.
The visual and performing arts curriculum is intended to foster students’ creativity, as well as their understanding of the role of the arts in impacting history and culture. In elementary school, students learn to identify the theme expressed in visual and performance art. Students also gain an understanding how art reflects and is affected by history, culture and societal beliefs. In middle school, students examine how past technological innovations have impacted the arts and analyze how cultural movements such as the Anti-War movement of the 1970s influenced art of that time period. Once in high school, students examine how present innovations in technology, such as iTunes and YouTube, have changed the ways in which people interact with art.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lodi Educational News
- Lodi Students Celebrate Respect - Students at Lodi High School recently came together to celebrate Respect Week. The week included a fundraiser for the National Bullying Prevention Center and an art show of anti-bullying artwork.
- Grant Monies Distributed - The state of New Jersey has released $1 million of grant funds to help improve literacy and math skills for students with disabilities. The money will be distributed among 19 schools throughout the state.
- NJ C4 Seeks to Improve Graduate Rates - The New Jersey Education Association, in partnership with the New Jersey Council of County Colleges, has launched the Community College Completion Challenge (NJ C4). The purpose of NJ C4 is to increase graduation rates among students who attend community colleges.
Lodi 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: FAFSA Q&A
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an extremely important part of the college application process, yet many parents have questions about the FAFSA. The FAFSA is used to determine how much money a family can be expected to contribute toward financing a college education. A student’s financial need is determined by the difference between the family contribution and the cost of attending a particular school. Even families whose income is six figures still qualify for need-based assistance, as the methodology to determine financial aid eligibility factors in the types of assets a family has, the number of people in the family and the number of students in college at the same time. Many schools have a February 1st deadline for submitting the FAFSA, so don’t wait! Financial aid is allotted on a first-come, first-served basis, so the earlier you apply the better off you’ll be.