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Lyndhurst, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Lyndhurst District and Curriculum
The Lyndhurst School District is responsible for the education of students in kindergarten through the 12th grade in the community of Lyndhurst, New Jersey. The Lyndhurst School District strives to instill in students a desire to succeed to their fullest potential. With programs that stimulate their curiosity, facilitate their intellectual development and promote honesty, integrity and compassion, Lyndhurst students have every opportunity to fulfill the district’s mission of developing individuals who have the tools they need to be successful and independent.
We currently cover the following Lyndhurst-area school district: Lyndhurst School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Lyndhurst District Curriculum
The curriculum has been developed to reflect the standards and benchmarks laid out in the Common Core Standards for math and language arts, as well as the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. The New Jersey state standards outline the knowledge and skills that students should acquire at each grade level in the following areas: health and physical education, the arts, languages, social studies, 21st Century careers, technology and science.
As our world continues to become more global, the ability to engage with others in another language increases in importance. Recognizing that Spanish is a rapidly growing language in the United States, the Lyndhurst School District offers Spanish beginning in kindergarten and carries instruction through to the 12th grade. Students learn to read and write in Spanish, as well as listen and speak meaningfully in Spanish. Students learn basic Spanish words and phrases in elementary school and move on to engage in simple conversations in middle school.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Lyndhurst Educational News
- High School Club Helps Homeless - The National Honor Society of Lyndhurst High School is conducting a “Hats for the Homeless” drive. Gloves, socks, coats, sweaters and other winter wear is also being collected for distribution to the area’s needy.
- Bullying Incidents on the Decline - Incidents of bullying in New Jersey schools have seen a sharp decline over the last year. The decline is attributed to improved school climates and awareness of how to effectively handle bullying.
- Teacher of the Year Announced - The 2013 New Jersey Teacher of the Year is Kathleen Assini. This honor truly represents the peak for a teacher and speaks volumes of the experience her students have. Ms. Assini is a social studies teacher in Gloucester County.
Lyndhurst 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 Value of AP Courses
Taking AP courses in high school has many benefits for students. For starters, AP courses expose students to a higher level of learning that is closely aligned with the experiences they will receive in college. With more rigorous expectations and a heavier workload, AP courses do a much better job of preparing students for post-secondary education than regular classes. AP courses also look very good on transcripts and college applications. Admissions officers want to see that applicants have challenged themselves in high school, and having a number of AP courses on their transcripts does just that. An added benefit of taking AP courses in high school is that oftentimes those courses translate into college credits. By completing five AP courses in high school, students graduate with a semester’s worth of college coursework already completed.