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Maywood District and Curriculum

Public schoolchildren in Maywood, New Jersey attend one of three districts. Children in preschool through the eighth grade are educated in the Maywood Public Schools. With an enrollment of less than 1,000 students in two schools, the Maywood district is very small. Students of high school age attend Hackensack High School, which is operated by the Hackensack Public Schools, or they may choose to apply to the Bergen County Technical Schools, which is a countywide district serving over 2,000 students. Regardless of the district they attend, all students in Maywood receive a comprehensive education based on best practices and research-based instructional and assessment methods.

We currently cover the following Maywood-area school districts: Maywood Public Schools, Hackensack Public Schools, and Bergen County Technical Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Maywood District Curriculum

Although three different districts serve students in Maywood, the districts strive to align their curricula and expectations for student learning to ensure that all students receive a comparable education regardless of the district they attend. This is achieved by aligning curricula to the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. Both sets of standards include relevant learning experiences in a variety of subject areas.

The health and physical education curriculum includes a comprehensive study of nutrition. At the elementary school level, students explore the major food groups, identifying foods that are healthy and nutritious. In middle school, students examine eating patterns and identify ways in which the availability of food can determine how healthy one’s diet is. Students also analyze nutritional information of various food products in order to make informed choices about the healthiest foods to eat. In high school, students learn about the relationship between eating habits and weight gain, weight loss and maintenance of weight.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Maywood Educational News

  • Intel Pre-College Science Competition - Seven students from the Bergen County Technical Schools have made it to the semifinals of the Intel Pre-College Science Competition. The seven students are among just 300 nationwide to be named semifinalists.
  • Newsweek Best High Schools - Newsweek Magazine has named Hackensack High School to its list of the best high schools in America. The school won the distinction due in part to its graduation rates and the number of students accepted to college.
  • Scholastic Art and Writing Awards - Fifty students from Bergen County Technical Schools have won awards for their written work from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Their writings ranged from autobiographies to short stories to poetry.

Maywood 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: Why Parental Involvement in School Is Key

Although the demands for parents’ time far exceed the number of hours in the day, it is nevertheless important for parents to engage with their children in their education. This means being available at home to help with homework, maintaining contact with your child’s teachers and attending school functions such as PTA meetings and parent-teacher conferences. Students whose parents are actively involved perform better on standardized assessments of math and writing. They consistently complete their homework and attend school more regularly than children whose parents are unable to be involved. Furthermore, children with actively engaged parents have a better attitude about school, are more participatory in class and in extracurricular activities, and show better self-discipline when it comes to schoolwork.