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Robbinsville, New Jersey Tutoring Programs
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Robbinsville District and Curriculum
Robbinsville Public School District is a comprehensive K-12 district whose primary goal is to create learning opportunities for all students. Children are taught in safe and secure buildings, by caring professionals who are highly qualified, and who deliver differentiated instruction. Through engaging lessons that pique students’ curiosity, the district ensures that students develop a love for lifelong learning. Each school in the district is student-centered, with the academic, social and emotional needs of the children coming first. In so doing, students have an ideal environment in which to learn and grow.
We currently cover the following Robbinsville-area school district: Robbinsville Public School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Robbinsville District Curriculum
The Robbinsville Public School District has developed a well-balanced, relevant and engaging curriculum that promotes learning in all students. Classroom lessons are responsive to the needs of all learners, and curricula are consistently reviewed and revised to reflect best practices. The Common Core Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards are the guidelines for curriculum development.
In addition to undertaking the study of core subjects such as math and science, students also receive a comprehensive arts education. Music education is a primary component of the arts curriculum. As part of the music strand, students explore the elements of music, from musical notation to rhythm to melody. Students acquire an understanding of different groups of instruments, including woodwinds, brass and percussion. Students who seek to have advanced instruction in the performing arts, whether vocal or instrumental, undertake music performance. Additionally, the history of music is examined, in which students identify how music composition and delivery has changed over the course of human history.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Robbinsville Educational News
- Media Center Updates - To better serve the 21st Century needs of students and staff, the Robbinsville Public School District recently completed renovations of the media center at Pond Road Middle School.
- State Tests - New Jersey students posted strong performances on the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge. The test was recently overhauled to reflect the rigors of the Common Core Standards, yet students performed very well despite the much higher expectations.
- Teacher Honored - Robbinsville teacher Megan Steigerwald has been named as one of four recipients of the Cooperating Teacher Excellence Award. The award recognizes classroom teachers for their exemplary efforts to teach and train student teachers from Rider University.
Robbinsville 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: The Value of AP Coursework
Taking AP classes in high school provides many benefits for students. AP classes are highly rigorous and help students develop the critical thinking and problem solving skills they will need to be successful in college courses. Students who take AP courses also get a head start on college, as many courses result in college credit if the AP exam is passed with proficiency. Students can easily complete a semester’s worth of college classes before they graduate from high school. And since college credit can be earned, AP students can save money on the cost of college. This also opens up room in a student’s schedule, allowing them to take extra electives, or take enough classes to have a minor or a second major.