PARCC Resource Center

PARCC Resources

High School Graduation Assessment Requirements

PARCC Refusal Information - 2017

Update on New SAT Score Equivalency to Determine Graduation Requirements

What They Are Saying: Higher Education Voices Saying PARCC is a "Valuable Tool" and a "Much-Needed Benchmark"

What happens to students who don't take PARCC tests?

NJ DoE Annual Progress Targets

PARCC Brochure

PARCC FAQs

 

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National PTA Board of Directors Adopts Position Statement on Student Assessment and Opt-Out Policies

PARCC Participation Information

PARCC Q&A

PARCC Information

PARCC Panic Premature

PARCC Update - Fall 2015



What is PARCC?

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a coalition of states that are working to create and deploy a standard set of K-12 assessments in math and English. Within PARCC, it's member states base the content of the assessments on what it takes to be successful in college and careers in the future.

 

 

PARCC In The News
Updated 3/10/2016

Why Everyone Needs to Relax About PARCC Testing - Governor Tom Kean explains in an op-ed why he thinks PARCC continues New Jersey's tradition of excellence in schools and represents the next logical step in maintaining our role as a national leader in education.

Focus on Continued Student Gains - In a guest editorial by Vivian Cox Fraser, president and CEO of the Urban League of Essex County, and Reginald Lewis, the executive director of the Chad School Foundation, they explain how PARCC will help us determine whether our students are improving critical thinking, problem-solving, and higher-order thinking - all essential skills for succeeding in college, a future career and life. 

PARCC & Alternative Graduation Requirements

Beginning with the class of 2016, students must demonstrate proficiency in the areas of mathematics and English Language Arts in order to graduate from a New Jersey public high school.  Currently, the PARCC assessment is the tool through which proficiency will be demonstrated.  However, the NJDOE has created a variety of other means to demonstrate proficiency in the event that a student does not earn a passing score on the PARCC. 

High School Graduation Assessment Requirements

Parent Academy 2015

On Wednesday, February 18, Parents, Administrators, Teachers and members of the NJ Department of Education came to Hopatcong High School.  Below are PDF files of the presentations given at the breakout sessions, handouts and video taken during the workshop.

Grades K-2
Presentation

Grades 3-5
Presentation

Middle School
Presentation

High School
Presentation

 

 

 

 

 Parent Information

Handouts




Contains:

National PTA Assessment
Factsheet

FAQs for Parents

Parents' Guide to New
Assessments in NJ

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-Bullying Coordinator

Mrs. Jaime Walker

973-770-8863

jwalker@hopatcongschools.org

Hopatcong Borough Schools 
P.O. Box 1029
Hopatcong, NJ 07843

 HIB Initial Reporting Form

HIB Policy 

2016 HIB Grade Report

Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Information

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