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Mahwah District and Curriculum

The Mahwah Township Public Schools serve more than 3,300 students in pre-K through the 12th grade, who attend one of six schools in the district. The Mahwah Township Public Schools strive to meet the needs of their culturally and economically diverse students by providing them with the tools they need to be critical thinkers, problem solvers and responsible citizens. By developing rigorous curricula, providing high quality facilities and having well-trained teachers, the Mahwah district ensures that its students are prepared for future success.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mahwah District Curriculum

The Mahwah Township Public Schools develop curriculum according to the guidelines set forth in the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. These standards have been adopted statewide and ensure that the knowledge and skills students acquire is consistent regardless of the school a student attends.

Having a good understanding of technology and how to use it to meet one’s needs is an important component of the curriculum. Beginning in elementary school, students learn foundational technology skills, including the basic parts and functions of computers and how to access the Internet. Middle school students use technologies like online chat rooms and Skype to connect with other students around the world. Such interactions allow students to gain a better understanding of other perspectives, cultures and languages. High school students focus their studies on the interaction between technology and society and the positive and negative influences technology has on the way people act.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mahwah Educational News

  • Betsy Ross School Recognized - The U.S. Department of Education recently recognized Mahwah’s Betsy Ross School as a National Blue Ribbon School. The award is bestowed on schools that demonstrate exceptional academic progress.
  • MHS Teacher of the Year Honored - Mahwah High School history teacher Yvonne Beatrice was named the Outstanding Teacher of American History by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
  • Governor’s School Offers Summer Gifted Programs - High school seniors who demonstrate artistic or academic giftedness have an opportunity to undertake summer studies in the Governor’s School of New Jersey. The program is an intense four-week residential course that focuses learning on complex problem solving.

Mahwah 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 Community Service

Many schools across the nation require students to undertake a service project of some kind. Some schools undertake service initiatives as a whole, with the entire study body spending a day in the community cleaning up trash, raking leaves, covering up graffiti and the like. Other schools prefer a more individualized approach, in which students undertake projects of their own design. Whatever the case, involving students in service is an excellent way to help them develop a sense of community. Volunteers are in constant need at community organizations such as soup kitchens and animal shelters, and filling that need provides students with a sense of accomplishment. Service also boosts self-esteem, builds feelings of self-worth and provides students with an opportunity to develop new skills or hone skills they already have.