Curriculum

Karen Jones

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction

Jason Mauriello

Director of 21st Century Learning/Data Analysis

Annemarie Mattia

Director of Elementary Education

Theresa Brown

Secretary, Curriculum & Instruction

Kaitlyn McGhee

Secretary, Curriculum & Instruction

 

Summer Learning Opportunities

Happy Summer!  We hope that everyone will take some time to relax, get outside and do what makes you happy! At the same time, we realize that some families will want to use this time for their children to engage in further learning. As such, we are once again offering Summer Learning Opportunities for students to choose to explore, if they wish.  

 What are Summer Learning Opportunities? These are OPTIONAL activities in each of the content areas that are meant to build upon, enrich or remediate previous learning.  Some content areas include online resources that students have used throughout the year. Students will have access to these resources through mid-August.  These opportunities are meant to be engaging and fun! They differ from summer "work" as they are NOT mandatory.  

 One great way to engage ALL of our students is through Summer Reading.  Please be sure to check out A Summer of Reading Adventure to learn more about how students can join the adventure this summer, and foster their love of reading! Parents can join, too! 

 You can find these under Curriculums >Summer Learning on the district website or by clicking here: 

Summer Learning

If you have questions about any of the Summer Learning Opportunities, please contact the Office of Curriculum and Instruction:

kjones@brrsd.k12.nj.us 

amattia@brrsd.k12.nj.us 

We hope that you find these activities engaging and worthwhile.

 Thank you, 

 Office of Curriculum and Instruction 

 

 

 

The Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District pre-k-12 district curricula are designed to align to New Jersey State learning standards and instructional best practices. The district curriculum contains what students should know and be able to do (skills and content), how it is taught (instruction and methodology) and how it is measured (assessments).

If you have specific questions about our curriculum, please contact the Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction at (908) 685-2777 ext. 937200.

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