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West New York, New Jersey Tutoring Programs

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West New York District and Curriculum

The West New York School District oversees the education of students in West New York, New Jersey. The district is comprised of eight schools that serve students in kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as one school that specializes in educating preschool-aged children. Each school in the district focuses on maximizing the learning potential of each student, such that they can find success in our rapidly changing world. In order to achieve this goal, the district provides a rigorous curriculum that is based on the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We currently cover the following West New York-area school district: West New York School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the West New York District Curriculum

Students in the West New York School District receive well-rounded educations in the core areas of math, language arts, science, social studies, visual and performing arts, world languages, technology, 21st Century careers and living, and health and physical education. Math and language arts standards are derived from the Common Core Standards Initiative, while the remaining subjects are guided by the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

To prepare students for active engagement in our increasingly global society, they are required to demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English. Students learn to both interpret non-English speech and writings, as well as speak meaningfully in a non-English language. Students begin their foreign language learning as early as kindergarten and continue it through at least the freshman year of high school. In that time, students learn basic words and phrases, develop the ability to engage in simple conversations, and gain more advanced skills that allow them to interact with others, and interpret what others say and write.

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Keeping Informed: Recent West New York Educational News

  • West New York Schools Receive AP Award - Recently, the West New York School District was recognized by the College Board as being the AP school district of the year. This honor takes into account the wide array of AP options available to students so that all students, regardless of subject-area interests, have access to this program.
  • High School Students Give Supplies to Youngsters - Memorial High School students organized a fund drive to help elementary students get off on the “write” foot this school year. The high schoolers made goody bags of school supplies and distributed them to their younger counterparts.
  • District Receives Funds to Improve Special Needs Instruction - West New York Middle School has received more than $50,000 in state grant money in an effort to improve instruction for students who have disabilities. The money will be used specifically for improving students’ math and literacy skills.

West New York 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 Give Back

Being a good role model for younger students is perhaps not something many older students think about. But when elementary-aged kids see high schoolers playing sports, performing in the band or participating in clubs, they see people that they admire and want to emulate. A great way to give back to the community and your school district is to volunteer to mentor younger kids. Spend a few hours a month reading to elementary-aged kids. Organize a field day for younger kids to help them learn about teamwork and the value of exercise and healthy living. When you take the field or take the stage, conduct yourself in a way that you’d be proud of. After all, the younger kids look up to you! And remember, volunteerism is highly preferable on college applications, so you can help others by giving them your time while you make yourself more appealing for that college you really want to get into.

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