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Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Files
Full-Day Kindergarten
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1. Full-Day K Public Vote Presentation, Rev 10.5.2016.pdf
This information will be presented to the public on Full-Day Kindergarten at various dates and locations throughout the district.
10/6/2016
2. FAQonFullDayK R 10.19.16, revised.pdf
This document will answer Frequently Asked Questions about shifting to a full-day Kindergarten program in Ridgewood.
10/21/2016
Demographic and Building Utilization Report.pdf
Final report of demographic projections and building utilization
11/30/2015
Full Day K presentation 2-22-16.pdf
Presentation to BOE on Committee Findings, February 22, 2016
3/4/2016
Full-Day K Schedule Presentation 06.28.16 .pdf
This presentation outlines the proposed schedule for students in a Ridgewood Full-Day Kindergarten program.
9/13/2016
Full-Day Kindergarten.pdf
Superintendent's recommendation presented to the Board of Education at the March 7, 2016 Regular Public Meeting
9/15/2016
NEA Policy Brief on Full Day K.pdf
This NEA Policy Brief from 2008 discusses the benefits of full day Kindergarten and how it has been shown to close achievement gaps.
9/21/2016
NJDOE - Kindergarten Guidelines 2011.pdf
This document is the NJDOE's 2011 Guidelines for Kindergarten, which contains many research studies cited in the District's research into full-day Kindergarten.
9/21/2016
Preliminary Presentation of Ross Haber Study.pdf
Presentation to BOE on November 16, discussing preliminary study findings
11/30/2015
Research FIndings on the Benefits of FDK.pdf
This document is a compilation of key research findings regarding the benefits of full-day kindergarten programs over part time programs.
9/21/2016
The Importance of Play.pdf
This document, from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, outlines the essential importance of play as a central construct for learning in young children.
9/21/2016
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