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George Washington Carver Institute of Science and Technology 
                                               
            

         George Washington Carver Institute of Science and Technology

Principal's Message

 

 

Carver’s Pre-K – Grade 5 educational program is designed to achieve success relative to the New Jersey Core Content Curriculum Standards, the Common Core State Standards and the district wide assessments.  Our administrators and staff engage in continuous professional learning/development in order that we are equipped to effectively lead, teach, uphold and enhance the rigorous district curricula.

 

With Science and Technology integrated throughout the curriculum, cross-curricula instructional strategies are utilized in a student centered, problem solving, and project-driven instructional approach.  At Carver, there is an emphasis upon the assessment of and teaching to the learning styles of each and every child.  An analysis of the 2012 grades 3 to 5 Learning Styles Inventory has revealed that approximately 80% of our students are visual learners.  In response, teachers’ lesson plans and classroom instruction reflect more use of artifacts, pictures and video clips to introduce a concept, increased use of overhead computers, IPADS and Smart Boards in math and literacy instruction, and more visualizing/verbalizing techniques.

 

Literacy is the major event of the day.  We strive to foster a balanced literacy program which focuses on Guided Reading and writing throughout the curriculum.   An analysis of student assessment data highlights students’ strengths and/or areas needing improvement.  We are happy to report that the Quest (Gifted and Talented) Program at Carver has expanded.  The number of high achievers has nearly doubled from prior years.  The Achieve 3000 computer assisted instruction program has become a favorite of students in grades 3-5.

 

There is a commitment at Carver to utilize assessment data to inform instruction.  Each teacher in the building has developed at least two (2) Student Growth Objectives for his/her classroom as a result of “drilling down into data” about the class.  We at Carver are proud to report that our school had the second highest number of elementary students throughout the District achieving “Advanced Proficiency” on the 2012 NJASK .  Data analysis has revealed that teaching and student achievement continues to show improvement at George Washington Carver Institute of Science and Technology.

 

George Washington Carver Institute of Science and Technology boasts that “Parents Are Always Welcomed.”  Back to School Night is consistently well attended and the attendance at PTA meetings and parent workshops is significantly increasing. Parents are invited to and are present in impressive numbers at student achievement assemblies; grade level theme assemblies, Science and Math Fairs, and Parent Workshops. 

 

Should you have any questions about the George Washington Carver Institute of Science and Technology contact

 

Sharon Davis, Principal

(973) 266-5860

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Our Student Creed

I know I'm Special as can be;
Cause I've got that George Washington Carver Pride in me!
My mind's a pearl, my aim is high.
My goals might even reach the sky!
I come to school with all the rest,
to listen, look, learn, and do my best.
Respecting my teachers and my classmates too,
And of course myself in all I do.
My uniqueness is what I bring,
And I can accomplish anything.

I've got that power! George Washington Carver Power!
I've got that pride! George Washington Carver pride;
down inside.
LINKS
 

Report Card Narative

Learning Styles Inventory


Anti-Bullying