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Mount Laurel District and Curriculum

Students in Mount Laurel Township are served by two school districts. Students in grades K-8 attend public school in one of the eight schools operated by Mount Laurel Schools. High school-aged students attend Lenape High School in Medford Township, which is operated by the Lenape Regional High School District. Both districts prepare students for future success by ensuring they receive a rigorous education in an environment that is safe and fosters their academic, social and emotional growth. Both the Mount Laurel Schools and the Lenape Regional High School District utilize the Common Core Standards Initiative and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards to develop their curricula.

We currently cover the following Mount Laurel-area school districts: Lenape Regional High School District and Mount Laurel Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Mount Laurel District Curriculum

Students in both local school districts receive educations that follow the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards (NJCCCS) and the Common Core Standards (CCS), which provide guidelines for student learning from preschool through the 12th grade. The NJCCCS provides learning targets for students in science, social studies, health and physical education, technology, languages, 21st Century Life and Careers and visual and performing arts. Math and Language Arts curricula are governed separately by the CCS.

In visual and performing arts classes, students learn about the creative processes involved in various art forms, including music, dance, theater, painting, pottery and mixed medias. Students gain perspective by studying art in the context of historical movements, such as realism and Baroque, and examine the impact these artistic movements have had on cultures throughout the world. They learn to interpret, analyze and critique works of art by explaining the fundamental elements and aesthetic values of the piece under study.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Mount Laurel Educational News

  • Mount Laurel Schools Get $30K - The Mount Laurel Public Education Fund recently donated $30,000 to the Mount Laurel Public Schools. The money will be used to support extracurricular programs for students and fund projects for staff.
  • STEM Program Earns Award - The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Program at Harrington Middle School was recently given a Recognized Program designation by the School Leader Award Program. The award seeks to honor noteworthy programs in schools across the state.
  • Harrington Students Compete at Odyssey Worlds - Seven students from Harrington Middle School recently traveled to the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals competition. The students competed against teams from around the world in the competition that focuses on creativity and imagination.

Mount Laurel 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 Homework May Soon Be a Thing of the Past

There is a growing movement in education to get rid of the notion that homework is an important part of a student’s learning. Several recent studies have examined the relationship between homework and academic success and have found that there is no correlation between the two. Because of this, many teachers, and in some cases many schools are adopting a no-homework policy. Having a no homework policy has one primary goal: keep kids interested in learning. By taking care of business in school, where students can engage with one another and with their teachers, students learn in a much more stimulating environment. This leaves kids to engage in social and creative activities with their family and friends outside of school, a time that would otherwise be taken up by homework. Homework can cause students a lot of stress, and can be a source of contention between kids and parents. Eliminating homework not only keeps kids more interested in learning, it helps foster better relationships at home.