District Announcements

MSHS at DECA Nationals.
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MSHS Students Compete at DECA Nationals
Posted on 06/06/2018
DECA recently got back from their trip to nationals in Atlanta, Georgia. There were 13 students along with Mr.Diamond, Mr. Arnauer, and Mrs.Kervick....
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Inclusion Preschool Application
Posted on 04/26/2018
We are pleased to announce the continuation of the half-day integrated preschool program for the 2018/2019 school year. We are offering the opportuni...
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Books and Babies
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Books and Babies, Raising Readers One Word at a Time
Posted on 04/17/2018
Are you the parent of an infant or child up to age 4? If so...Yocum School would like to invite you and your family to Books and Babies...Raising Read...
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Revised District Calendar
Posted on 03/28/2018
Revised District Calendar...
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Congratulations!
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January BOE Meeting Highlights
Posted on 02/02/2018
Congratulations to Mr. Mike Geden, Mr. William Natale, and Ms. Tyrah Odoms....
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Maple Shade School District Water Testing Results
Posted on 05/03/2017
Maple Shade School District Water Testing Results & Letters to Parents & Guardians...
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Captain Fletcher
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Captain Fletcher & The Maple Shade Police Chaplains Present to the BOE
Posted on 03/30/2017
Captain Fletcher ...
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Parent Resource Presentation
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K-2 Math: Teaming Up to Support Our Children
Posted on 11/16/2016
Parent Resources to help our students with K-2 Math education....
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MissionStatement

 

The students, parents, staff, and administrators of theMaple Shadeschool district are a community of learners, each responsible for supporting one another in reaching our highest potential towards achievement of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We believe:

 

  • All students can learn, but do so differently.
  • Each student is entitled to personalized learning from caring adults in an intellectually stimulating environment that is physically and emotionally safe.
  • The most influential factor in the learning process and best predictor of student achievement is the teacher.
  • An effective educational system anticipates, plans and acts in response to a changing world, preparing each graduate for success in a global environment.
  • Students thrive in a learning environment that guides self discovery and self determination.
  • It is important to infuse technology throughout the curriculum to actively engage students and embrace their learning modalities.
  • Education must develop students’ understandings of the social, emotional, physical, economic, and environmental implications of their decisions.
  • We have the obligation to nurture a culture of respect that honors the uniqueness of the individual, provides a sense of belonging, and fosters responsibility toward the community.
MissionStatement

 

The students, parents, staff, and administrators of theMaple Shadeschool district are a community of learners, each responsible for supporting one another in reaching our highest potential towards achievement of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We believe:

 

  • All students can learn, but do so differently.
  • Each student is entitled to personalized learning from caring adults in an intellectually stimulating environment that is physically and emotionally safe.
  • The most influential factor in the learning process and best predictor of student achievement is the teacher.
  • An effective educational system anticipates, plans and acts in response to a changing world, preparing each graduate for success in a global environment.
  • Students thrive in a learning environment that guides self discovery and self determination.
  • It is important to infuse technology throughout the curriculum to actively engage students and embrace their learning modalities.
  • Education must develop students’ understandings of the social, emotional, physical, economic, and environmental implications of their decisions.
  • We have the obligation to nurture a culture of respect that honors the uniqueness of the individual, provides a sense of belonging, and fosters responsibility toward the community.

dsafasfstudents, parents, staff, and administrators of the Maple Shade school district are a community of learners, each responsible for supporting one another in reaching our highest potential towards achievement of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

We believe:

  • All students can learn, but do so differently.

  • Each student is entitled to personalized learning from caring adults in an intellectually stimulating environment that is physically and emotionally safe.

  • The most influential factor in the learning process and best predictor of student achievement is the teacher.

  • An effective educational system anticipates, plans and acts in response to a changing world, preparing each graduate for success in a global environment.

  • Students thrive in a learning environment that guides self discovery and self determination.

  • It is important to infuse technology throughout the curriculum to actively engage students and embrace their learning modalities.

  • Education must develop students’ understandings of the social, emotional, physical, economic, and environmental implications of their decisions.

  • We have the obligation to nurture a culture of respect that honors the uniqueness of the individual, provides a sense of belonging, and fosters responsibility toward the community.

The students, parents, staff, and administrators of the Maple Shade school district are a community of learners, each responsible for supporting one another in reaching our highest potential towards achievement of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.

 

We believe:

 

  • All students can learn, but do so differently.
  • Each student is entitled to personalized learning from caring adults in an intellectually stimulating environment that is physically and emotionally safe.
  • The most influential factor in the learning process and best predictor of student achievement is the teacher.
  • An effective educational system anticipates, plans and acts in response to a changing world, preparing each graduate for success in a global environment.
  • Students thrive in a learning environment that guides self discovery and self determination.
  • It is important to infuse technology throughout the curriculum to actively engage students and embrace their learning modalities.
  • Education must develop students’ understandings of the social, emotional, physical, economic, and environmental implications of their decisions.
  • We have the obligation to nurture a culture of respect that honors the uniqueness of the individual, provides a sense of belonging, and fosters responsibility toward the community.

We believe:

  • All students can learn but do so differently.
  • Each student is entitled to personalized learning from caring adults in an intellectually stimulating environment that is physically and emotionally safe.
  • The most influential factor in the learning process and best predictor of student achievement is the teacher.
  • An effective educational system anticipates, plans and acts in response to a changing world, preparing each graduate for success in a global environment.
  • Students thrive in a learning environment that guides self-discovery and self-determination.
  • It is important to infuse technology throughout the curriculum to actively engage students and embrace their learning modalities.
  • Education must develop students’ understandings of the social, emotional, physical, economic, and environmental implications of their decisions.
  • We have the obligation to nurture a culture of respect that honors the uniqueness of the individual, provides a sense of belonging, and fosters responsibility toward the community.

 

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