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Runnemede District and Curriculum

The Runnemede School District consists of three schools: Downing Elementary School and Aline Bingham Elementary School, which both serve students in Grades K-3, and Mary E. Volz School, which serves Grades 4-8. The curriculum of all three campuses is aligned with Core Curriculum Standards, which does not dictate a set curriculum but rather provides a set of standards students must master before a certain grade level. The standards are progressive in nature, which means each student should leave high school career and college-ready.

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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Runnemede District Curriculum

Runnemede School District maintains a strong working relationship with PARCC, the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. PARCC is a group of states working together to create high-quality, computer-bases assessments in Mathematics and English/Language Arts for Grades K-12. The assessments are built around the belief that testing should be used only as a tool to enhance teaching and learning. Another chief end of PARCC is to provide parents with information that can identify areas in which a student may need extra support or instruction.

The Visual Arts Curriculum at Runnemende School District is based upon the model of 21st Century education. The district believes the arts program will provide each student with personal, social, intellectual, economic, and human growth and provide a unique and valuable avenue for expression. To that end, students are taught to relate a variety of knowledge and skills to history, culture, and the analysis of artistic purpose. Students are also expected to demonstrate an understanding of basic artistic forms.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Runnemede Educational News

  • Annual Trunk or Treat Event - Runnemede Education Foundation is holding its Annual Trunk or Treat fundraising event in late October. Throughout the year, the Foundation holds many different types of fundraising events and then work together to disburse the money to classroom projects, scholarships, and other educational opportunities.
  • Earth Day Art Project - Students at Bingham Elementary School created artistic robotic sculptures from recycled materials in celebration of Earth Day. This is a great way to introduce students to conservation and sustainability issues and lets them make something that can serve as a permanent reminder of their goals.
  • Third Grade Expo - Downing Elementary School launched its Annual Third Grade Expo with an artistic tribute to all things American. Many students contributed unique work to the program and each student was able to work on a project that brought in their personal interests as well.

Runnemede 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: Smart Tips for After-School Snacking

Did you know some school lunches are served as early as 10:00am? No wonder our kids come barreling home and head straight for the refrigerator door. The younger your child is, the more often s/he needs to eat. But it’s not always practical for you to be around to make healthy decisions for them. Instead, help your child plan ahead by keeping a snack schedule handy. Or, create a list of healthy snack options together. Maybe carrots aren’t a favorite go-to snack, but s/he is a fan of cucumbers and apples. Keep a few bags of sliced fruit or vegetables handy to cure those afternoon cravings. And don’t leave out the protein! Nuts or sliced cheese are great options to pair with a fruit or veggie choice and still won’t ruin the appetite for dinner. Encourage your child to make healthy choices, but don’t force him/her to eliminate favorite less-healthy items, like potato chips or granola bars. As always, balance is key.

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