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Morris Township District and Curriculum
The Morris School District serves the educational needs of pre-K-12 students in Morris Township, New Jersey. There are over 4,500 students in the district who attend one of ten schools operated by the district. With innovative programs and a school environment that promotes a passion for lifelong learning, the Morris School District prides itself on the respectful, responsible, talented students it produces. Strong partnerships with parents and the community, schools that are safe and secure, and excellent programs for athletics and the arts means that Morris students have all the resources they need to be successful, well-rounded individuals.
We currently cover the following Morris Township-area school district: Morris School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Morris Township District Curriculum
The curricula in the Morris School District are developed according to the standards and benchmarks outlined in the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following nine subject areas: math, language arts, 21st Century life and careers, visual and performing arts, health and physical education, science, technology, social studies and world languages.
The 21st Century life and careers strand focuses on enabling students to become informed citizens who participate in our ever-changing, global society and who have the career and technical skills needed to meet the challenges of the 21st Century workplace. In middle school, students explore potential career paths that are in line with their interests and aptitudes. Once in high school, students have access to programs, courses and specialized learning experiences that help them make career and educational decisions that will best prepare them for life.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Morris Township Educational News
- Students Named to Commended Students List - Eight Morristown High School Students were recently named Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Program after scoring in the top 5% of students who took the SAT/National Merit qualifying test.
- Class of 2013 Academic Honors - The Morristown High School Class of 2013 had many special academic honors. There were 14 National Merit honorees, four National AP Scholars and 93% of the class went on to college.
- Parent Resources - Parents are well supported by the district to find the information they need to help their kids in school. From homework assignments to afterschool activities and suggested reading lists, the district provides a great set of resources for parents to access.
Morris Township 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: Classroom Technologies
While technology is seen by some as detrimental to the educational process, there are many benefits of having a technology-rich environment in which kids can learn. Technology expands time and space and allows students to access all kinds of valuable resources online while in class or at home. Whereas students of the past only had access to assignments, library books and teachers during the school day, now they can access these resources virtually any time of day from any location. Technology also allows kids to learn at their own pace and in a sequence that makes most sense to them. If a particular lesson is especially difficult, technology allows students to repeat that lesson without interrupting the rest of the class. Similarly, technology allows advanced students to further investigate topics that are of interest to them. Technology is not the end-all solution to differentiated instruction, but it certainly goes a long way in facilitating more individualized learning for students.