Plumsted, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Plumsted District and Curriculum
Plumsted Township School District serves students from Kindergarten-Grade 12 and is comprised of one primary school, one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school. Performance expectations for students in the district are modeled after the Core Curriculum Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. The district also maintains a partnership with the following organizations: The Illustrative Mathematics Project, The New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning, and The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.
We currently cover the following Plumsted-area school district: Plumsted Township School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Plumsted District Curriculum
In the elementary program of Plumsted, technology is incorporated into the learning process and teachers focus on expanding student’s creativity to help them solve real world problems. By focusing on the child as a whole, teachers encourage critical-thinking, problem-solving and a real world approach to learning in the 21st Century. Teachers and staff are committed to creating and maintaining a safe learning environment for all students. By maintaining a commitment to both safety and the whole student, teachers and staff help child achieve their maximum potential in an ever-changing global society.
In middle school and beyond at Plumsted Township School District, students are offered opportunities to prepare for Advanced Placement classes in Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, and Science. These courses, if taken during their junior and/or senior years of high school, will give each child the knowledge and skills they need for college and career readiness.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Plumsted Educational News
- New Coach Lifts NEHS Spirits - New England High School has a new football coach, veteran Phlip McGuane, who has lifted the spirits of students, staff, and parents with his expertise and positive outlook on the team’s future. The coach will capitalize on the experience of the older students and work on making new players comfortable in the competitive atmosphere.
- GHW Elementary Goes Green - School news, flyers, and announcements can now all be found live on the school website of Woehr Elementary School. By going paperless, the district will save a significant amount of money on paper, copying supplies, and manpower. It’s a win-win for all!
- Plumsted Now District of Choice - The New Jersey Department of Education selected Plumsted Township School District as a member of their District School Choice Program. This gives students in the district the opportunity to attend schools beyond district boundaries and benefit from programs at other schools.
Plumsted 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: Maximizing The High School Experience
By the time a student reaches high school age, it’s hard for parents to know how and when to help their child prepare for the next step. But there are some things you can do to ease their transition without completely taking the reins. Start by reminding your child that grades from their sophomore and junior years count the most towards college applications. This should ease their anxiety about their freshman year and help them know what to expect later on. Also, you can encourage your child to sign up for a minimum of three extracurricular activities before the end of junior year. It’s nice to have a variety of teachers to approach for letters of reference. When senior year rolls around, help your child balance his schedule between any Honors or AP classes they might wish to take for college credit and the onslaught of social activities that commemorate their high school year. Some students bite off more than they can chew, but it’s also a good idea to take on courses that will help them stand out from their crowd and secure the last few remaining spots at their campus of choice.