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Summit District and Curriculum

The Summit Public Schools is responsible for the education of pre-K-12 students in Summit, New Jersey. The Summit Public Schools seeks to provide its students with a safe school environment in which they can achieve their highest possible intellectual and social development. The faculty and staff of the Summit Public Schools is dedicated to ensuring that each student in the district is engaged in creative and compelling work that results in students who take pride in and responsibility for their learning.

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

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Summit District Curriculum

Curriculum development in the Summit Public Schools is a cooperative effort between administration, faculty, staff, parents and community stakeholders. The district’s curriculum exceeds the requirements set forth in the Common Core State Standards and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and ensures that students are ready to meet the challenges of life and work in the 21st Century upon graduation from the district.

Literacy is an area of particular importance in the Summit Public Schools. In elementary school, students begin by developing the skills they need to read and write effectively at their grade level. Teachers work with students to learn different types of texts, identify basic themes and how to ask questions based upon what the have read. The middle school literacy curriculum focuses student learning on how to determine the meaning of words and phrases based on their context, the differences between genres such as dramas, comedies and tragedies, and how to make inferences based upon what they have read.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Summit Educational News

  • Summit Alumni Talks To Students, Parents - Carey Fries, a Summit High School alumnus, recently talked to a number of local students and parents about the academic and personal qualities needed to join the U.S. Navy. Fries is the first female SHS graduate to attend the U.S. Naval Academy and currently holds the rank of Midshipman Lieutenant.
  • After-School Programs Available - Local students can now enjoy many after-school programs at the Ivy Clubhouse. Students can participate in various programs, from robotics to dancing to cooking to photography.
  • New Website Helps Teachers Prepare - The New Jersey Educator Resource Exchange is a new state-funded website specifically for teachers who want to post or download lessons, assessments and test prep materials that will help students prepare for the rigorous new Common Core Standards.

Summit 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: How to Help Your Child Study

Helping your child acquire effective study habits is much more difficult than it seems. Studying is much more than reading over notes or quizzing your child on vocabulary. If your child doesn’t employ the right strategies, they won’t retain anything that they read or that you quiz them on. For starters, encourage your child to find ways to apply what they are learning in school to real-life situations. Making connections between what is learned and what happens outside the classroom will help your child retain information much better. Another great method to help your child remember what he or she has learned is to help them get into the habit of studying each day, whether they have a test or not. Setting up a specific time to review readings and assignments will help keep the material fresh in your child’s mind and thus much easier for them to access when it comes time to demonstrate to their teacher what they have learned.

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