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Orange District and Curriculum
Orange Public Schools is the only public school district in Orange, New Jersey. The district operates ten schools throughout the community, which together serve more than 4,200 students in pre-K through the 12th grade. The mission of the Orange Public Schools is to provide each student with a caring, safe and secure environment in which he or she can achieve their highest academic, social and emotional success. Preparation for future educational and career pursuits means that students leave Orange Public Schools ready to be engaged and contributing members of our society.
We currently cover the following Orange-area school district: Orange Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Orange District Curriculum
As with all districts in New Jersey, the Orange Public Schools utilize the guidance of the Common Core Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards to develop curricula. The Common Core Standards detail what students should learn and know in math and language arts. Meanwhile, the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards provide learning benchmarks for the following core areas: 21st Century life and careers, health and physical education, the arts, world languages, social studies, technology and science.
To best prepare students for future success, the Orange Public Schools believes that a sound technology education is necessary. Students learn how to use the keyboard, mouse and on-screen commands to complete assignments. In elementary school, students acquire an understanding of how technology can be both useful and harmful. In middle school, students learn the proper way to create a business letter, a cover letter and a resume. In high school, the skills students learn focus on using technology to manipulate data, and analyze resources online.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Orange Educational News
- Orange Students, Parents and Staff Can Speak Up - Orange High School is participating in the 2013 Speak Up Campaign. The campaign is designed to give students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders an opportunity to express their opinions about public education with policymakers.
- Orange High School Most Improved - According to New Jersey Monthly Magazine, Orange High School is one of the most academically improved schools in the state. Orange High improved 83 spots over the last two years and is number five on the most improved schools list.
- Follow the Reader Program Begins - Orange Public Schools is encouraging it’s students to read more often with their Follow the Reader Program. Students earn points for reading, which can then be redeemed for great prizes.
Orange 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: Tips for Test-Readiness
Preparing for the next exam doesn’t just involve reading over your notes a few times during the class period before the test. In order to have the most success, there are a few easy steps you can take to be prepared. First, study with a partner or a group. Having someone ask you questions, and being able to ask questions of others, is a great way to learn the material on which you’ll be tested. Second, if vocabulary words will be on the test, make flash cards with the definition on one side and the word on the other. Go through each word and try to define it without looking, then go back through and read the definitions and try to come up with the associated word. Working through vocabulary in this way will help you remember both the definition and the word. Lastly, if you have questions, ask your teacher. If you aren’t sure what will be on the test, go into class early and ask for clarification. If you find yourself unsure of a question on the test, ask! Your teacher is there to help, but they can’t help if you don’t ask for it.