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Winslow Township District and Curriculum

The Winslow Township School District serves the community of Winslow Township, New Jersey. The district is comprised of eight schools for students in grades pre-K through 12. Schools in the district strive to create an environment that is safe, caring, academically stimulating, and which values excellence and diversity. The mission of the district reflects these ideals, as the district aims to prepare its students to become critical and independent thinkers with a life-long passion for learning.

We currently cover the following Winslow Township-area school district: Winslow Township School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Winslow Township District Curriculum

To ensure students are well prepared for success in later life, the Winslow Township School District has developed a rigorous curriculum that outlines performance standards for students in grades pre-K through 12. These standards are based on Common Core Standards for Math and Language Arts and the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards in other subjects.

A special area of emphasis in Winslow Township is literacy. Students learn to differentiate between types of texts, describe the relationship between images and text in a storybook, and learn to ask questions related to what they’ve read. As students advance to middle school, they begin to determine the contextual meaning of words and phrases, learn about differences in genres such as comedies and dramas, and learn how to make inferences based upon their reading. In high school, advanced skills such as determining connotative meaning, analyzing character development and examining how authors use pacing, flashbacks and parallel plots to structure a text.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Winslow Township Educational News

  • Local Coach Named Best of the Year - Winslow Township Girls Track Coach George Horne was recently named the 2013 Girls Track Coach of the Year. This impressive honor speaks to the efforts made on behalf of his student-athletes and the success they showed during the season.
  • Girls Track Completes Perfect Season - After going undefeated in the indoor and outdoor seasons, the Winslow Township High School girls track team celebrated the first perfect season in school history and the first Group 3 Championship since 2005.
  • NJ C4 Campaign Seeks to Increase Graduation Rates - A joint effort between the New Jersey Education Association and the New Jersey Council of County Colleges, called NJ C4, seeks to increase the number of junior college students who complete their associate’s degree or certificate programs.

Winslow 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: Must Have Classes to Prep for College

There is a laundry list of requirements students must meet in order to be accepted to college. Coursework is a large part of determining a student’s worthiness for admission. To have the best shot of impressing an admission board with coursework, students must take four years of math, science and language arts. In science, ensure that at least two or three of those courses are lab-based, such as biology, chemistry and physics. Colleges also look specifically for foreign language training, so even if foreign language isn’t required for high school graduation, take at least two years of it anyway. If AP or IB courses are offered, take as many as possible. These classes look great on a college application, and in many cases get you college credit along the way.