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Stafford Township, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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Stafford Township District and Curriculum

Stafford Township, New Jersey is served by two public school districts: the Stafford Township School District and the Southern Regional School District. Students in pre-kindergarten through the 6th grade attend school in the Stafford Township School District and students in grades 7 through 12 attend either Southern Regional Middle School or Southern Regional High School. Together, the Stafford Township and Southern Regional School Districts, working with parents, students and community members, will offer students learning opportunities that promote mastery of the Common Core Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We currently cover the following Stafford Township-area school districts: Stafford Township School District and Southern Regional School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Stafford Township District Curriculum

To help students reach their highest potential, both districts ensure that learning opportunities are research-based, differentiated to meet individual needs and challenging for all students at all grade levels. The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards help the district define what students should learn and know in social studies, technology, 21st Century life and careers, visual and performing arts, world languages, visual and performing arts and science classes. The Common Core Standards provide guidance for student learning in math and language arts classes.

Students in the Stafford Township and Southern Regional School Districts participate in a comprehensive visual and performing arts curriculum. There are many opportunities for district students to explore their artistic side. Students are offered many visual arts classes, including painting, drawing and pottery. They are also able to participate in performing arts classes, including band, choir and theater.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Stafford Township Educational News

  • Southern Regional Offers Adult Education Programs - Southern Regional School District offers many adult education programs for township residents who seek to improve themselves through learning. GED courses, enrichment courses and ESL courses are all offered as part of the program.
  • MAXTAP Program Benefits Gifted and Talented Students - Students in grades seven through twelve that demonstrate exceptional academic abilities can participate in the MAXTAP Program. The program focuses on helping students develop greater analytical and divergent thinking skills.
  • Parent Organization Supports the Arts - Arts students in the Stafford Township School District have the support of the parent/guardian volunteer group called The Producers. The group conducts fundraisers and organizes volunteers to support the district’s arts programs.

Stafford Township 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: Study Skills to Improve Academic Performance

While some school subjects might come naturally, others might be more difficult for students to grasp. Whether it’s an easy or difficult subject for you, there are easy study skills you can use in order to boost your academic performance. First, pay attention in class. Be sure to copy any notes given during class and keep them organized in chronological order. Dating each entry will help you keep things organized. Second, make note cards to study at home. This is an especially helpful tool if you have vocabulary words to learn. Write the word on one side and the definition on the other, and quiz yourself or have a friend or family member quiz you. Lastly, when it’s time to study, minimize distractions – find a quiet place where your family and friends won’t bother you. Turn off your phone, put your iPod away and spend some time alone with your learning.