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Pitman District and Curriculum

Pitman Public Schools is committed to equality, academic rigor, and maintaining a strong working relationship with the community through their Pitman Mother’s Club. The district, which serves 1,650 students across three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school, believes parents play a crucial role in a student’s academic success. Having adopted Common Core Standards in 2010, Pitman Public Schools develops curricula that meets each students’ needs and is aligned with these national learning standards.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Pitman District Curriculum

The philosophy of Common Core is to encourage independent, critical thinkers who can thrive in any national or global setting they find themselves in to ensure them after high school graduation. To develop each student’s range of skills applications, Pitman’s elementary programs ensure students are exposed to technology in all core content classes by providing laptop carts and Smart boards for each teacher and providing group work, and hands-on instruction.

Both Pitman Middle School and Pitman High School place a high premium on the development of character through their Renaissance Incentive Program. This program aims to recognize student excellent in academics, behavior, and attendance though a three-tiered reward system. Students who rank Gold status earn privileges such as discounts to class dances, being first in cafeteria lines, and earning 5 raffle tickets for end-of-term raffles. Students are reevaluated at the end of each of three terms.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Pitman Educational News

  • Pitman Middle School Students Pass Model Bill - An eighth grader and sixth grader participated in New Jersey State’s Mini-Model Congress program in which students create bills on state and national issues and engage in formal debates. The student’s bill proposals went through the rigorous debate process and were approved. Way to go!
  • Teacher of the Year - To acknowledge her commit to English/Language Arts instruction and dedication to her student success, Mrs. Collum was awarded 2014 Pitman Middle School Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Collum is truly an inspiration, having also published the school’s memory book and having served as advisor for Paw Prints, the official school newspaper.
  • Renaissance Clean-Up Effort Caps of School Year - Students, staff, and the community got together to get their hands dirty in a clean-up effort initiated by The Renaissance Club in coordination with The Gloucester County Clean Communities Program. This is just another example of Pitman Public Schools’ dedication to teamwork and the development of strong character.

Pitman 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: Fostering Curiosity in Children

Children have endless curiosity, although there are certain areas they will likely develop a special interest in. Fostering creativity in children should focus on the activities that most interest them, and then bring in opportunities to explore and extend from there. You can go so far as to take your child on a field trip to a place where experts in the field work, such as a museum or zoo or challenge your child to create a “how-to” book on their topic of interest. Then, challenge them to find information, graphics, charts, and photos from their nonfiction reading sources to include in their writing. In essence, help them become in charge of their own learning, and show them how reading is an essential tool in the path of discovery. By playing into your child’s natural curiosity on the subject, you’re not only creating a life-long reader, you’ll be creating a life-long learner, with a passion for exploration of their interests.