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Westampton District and Curriculum

The curriculum of Westampton Township Public Schools utilizes both New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and Common Core State Standards as guides to design instruction and learning. The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards are revised every five years to provide each district with clear and specific goals and benchmarks for student achievement in nine core areas: science, social studies, health and physical education, language arts, technology, visual and performing arts, world languages, and mathematics. Preschool Teaching and Learning Standards are also covered under New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We currently cover the following Westampton-area school districts: Westampton Township Public Schools and Rancocas Valley Regional High School.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Westampton District Curriculum

K-5 Core Curriculum is largely influenced by the philosophy of Understanding By Design. Under this system of curriculum planning, the principles of backwards design allow for teachers to build lessons on a strong foundation of student achievement. Unit and lesson objectives are tied to problem-solving, hands-on projects that allow students a variety of options to demonstrate their knowledge and skills. This leads to a program that is rigorous, meaningful, differentiated, and culturally responsive.

The Mathematics curriculum of Westhampton was designed to help students explore mathematical concepts with real-world applications. Students are taught the basic, fundamental skills and challenged to apply those skills to a range of complex tasks. In the 21st Century, students must be apply to think on their feet and understand how mathematics concepts and processes work and come up with creative applications for those concepts. Students must also be able to reach these goals in a collaborative environment.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Westampton Educational News

  • Middle School Students Take the Time to Reflect - Graduating 8th Graders from Westampton Middle School took the time to reflect on their junior high years in the Westampton Eye, the school newspaper. This is a great source of information to see how middle schoolers are viewing their education.
  • Westampton Wins Playground Grant - The play structures at Holly Hills School will be replaced thanks to a state grant awarded to the Westampton Township. Students report that they can not wait for the new play equipment!
  • Honors Society Welcomes New Members - Westampton Middle School welcomes the new members of the National Junior Honor Society for the 2014-2015 school year. This is an extracurricular that students need to be nominated for, based largely on academic achievement.

Westampton 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: Building a Home Library

Children of all ages benefit from having a place in the home to find good reading materials at a moment’s notice. Create a functional book-nook in your own home by following these few short tips. First, aim for 30 or more titles. A variety of fiction and non-fiction materials and giving your child a few options will teach them that reading is all about balance. Next, about half of these books should be “easy-to-read” material, which means each page has 5-10 new vocabulary words but no more. The other half should be books to challenge their reading level, with about 15-20 new words on a page. Lastly, don’t forget the audio. Audiobooks are a great home library addition, as they build listening skills and can reinforce new word acquisition for your audio learners. They’re also quite handy to carry on a long car ride or vacation.

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