West Cape May Elementary School

School Hours- Drop Off 7:55- 8:10 Dismissal 2:50 Single Session Days Dismissal 12:40


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    Two fourth graders, Ally Brand and Victoria Laurenzi, learned all about sound for their STEM Fair project. Then they built this Kundt's tube with Ally's parents for their project.  A Kundt's tube shows how sound moves by pushing the rice cake pieces inside the tube.  When the girls change the frequency of a sound, you can see the rice cakes move and make peaks and valleys with the rice cakes. How big and how far apart the peaks are changes when the frequency changes. 

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  • Strategies to enhance academic skills in preparation for assessment

    Posted by admin account on 7/1/2019 2:00:00 PM

    In our efforts to enhance our children's education and address skills needed for state assessments, the following strategies were developed for 2018-2019. These strategies were monitored throughout the school year.

    • Individualized evaluation of student performance on a vertical grade level articulation.
      • We reviewed each students scores from prior assessments to determine strengths and weaknesses.
    • Individualized instruction with students on areas of need with concentration on their needed skill sets.
    • Assesment ready instruction.
      • Students were taught on strategies to take a standard assesment.
    • Concentrated effort on teacher stability in key grade levels.
      • We attempted to not move teachers around grade levels.
    • Technology targeted instruction on how to use the computer to take a standardized assessment.
    • Focus on Social and Emotional learning strategies.

    We will continue to revew, revise and implement new and innovative methods to enhance our students learning. 

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