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    Ridgefield Public Schools Spring 2023 Test Presentation: October 26, 2023

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  •  Test Schedule

    2023-24 Testing Schedule

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  • Test Score Presentation: August, 24, 2023

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  •  Start Strong results were presented at the January 6, 2023 BoE Meeting.

    Start Strong Fall 2022

    Start Strong results were presented at the January 6, 2023 BoE Meeting.

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  •  This presentation was presented at the BoE meeting on November 2, 2022.

    2022 Spring/Fall Test Presentation

    This presentation was presented at the BoE meeting on November 2, 2022.

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  • 2022-23 Testing Schedule

    Please view testing schedule.

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  • Please view Ridgefield Public School's approved curriculum.

    District Curriculum

    Please view the approved Ridgefield Public Schools' curriculum.

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  •  G&T

    Gifted & Talented

    Please view Ridgefield Public Schools' Gifted and Talented program information, policy and regulation.

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  • NJSLA Science Results

    At the Board of Education meeting on April 30, 2020, Ms. Seabold presented the results of the new NJSLA science testing in grades 5, 8, and 11. This is the first year for the new test, as the NJDOE implemented this format in the spring of 2019. Please click on the headline for the full presentation.

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  • Data Presentation 2018/2019

    At the Board of Education meeting on Thursday, October 24, 2019, the Superintendent of Schools and Curriculum Department gave a presentation on Ridgefield Public School District testing data. The data that was presented included reports of the scores for all students who participated in the NJSLA, DLM, Access for ELLs, the SAT, and our AP testing. The NJSLA data was reported for students in grades 3 - 11 in English/Language Arts and grades 3 - 8 in math. Additionally NJSLA scores were reported for end of course tests in Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry at the high school level. To see the testing presentation, please click on the image to the left.

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  • Data Presentation 2017/2018

    At the Board of Education meeting on Thursday, October 11, 2018, the Curriculum Department presented a presentation on Ridgefield Public School District testing data. The data that was presented included reports of the scores for all students who participated in the PARCC, DLM, Access for ELLs, the SAT, and our AP testing. For more information, please click on the image to the left.

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  • Ridgefield Schools Annual Performance Report

    At the Board of Education meeting on January 25, 2018, the presentation of the 2016/17 Annual School Performance Report was given to the public. The Annual School Performance Report provides parents, students and stakeholders with information regarding district For more information on our Annual School Performance Report, please click on the image to the left.

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  • Envisions Math 2.0 Program

    At the Board of Education meeting on March 23, 2017, Ms. Janet Seabold, Mr. Mike Zunick and Mrs. Jamie Gryctko presented an overview of the Envisions Math 2.0 program. This program is currently being implemented in grades K - 5, with a pilot form Pearson Education in grades 6 - 8. The 2.0 version of the program is an upgrade from the original program that the district has been using for the past six years. Please click on the image to the left for more information.

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  • Mondo Bookshop Implementation

    At the Board of Education meeting on Janaury 5, 2017, Ms. Janet Seabold, Mrs. Anna Georgiou, and Mrs. Santina Alleyne presented information on the implementation of the new reading program that was adopted this year in grades K - 5, Mondo Bookshop. This reading program is aligned to the Reader's and Writer's Workshop Model of instruction as introduced through Columbia University. If you would like more information, please click on the image to the left:

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  • Recipe for Reading Presentation

    Recipe for Reading is a research-based, comprehensive, multisensory, phonics-based reading program that is designed for beginning readers in grades K–3 or at-risk and struggling readers in grades 1–6. Recipe for Reading incorporates visual, auditory, and kinesthetic techniques to teach and reinforce phonetic concepts, as researched in the Orton Gillingham method for word study . The Recipe for Reading curriculum is ideal for differentiated instruction in a variety of settings. For more information, please click on the image to the left.

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