Kumon Math and Reading Center 26-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 "Math, Reading, Success" is the Kumon motto for its popular enrichment program. The Fair Lawn center has…More been at this location for three years, offering afterschool supplemental-education programs for students in grades pre-K through 12th.
Helen I Smith Elementary School 230 Cambridge Ave, Saddle Brook, NJ07663-5145 Helen I. Smith Elementary School provides instruction for students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Many programs,…More such as Reading Pals, allow students at different grade levels to collaborate. It is the largest of the three public elementary schools operated by the Saddle Brook School District. It has a school nurse and offers subsidized lunches.
Saddle Brook Senior Center 8 Caldwell Ave, Saddle Brook, NJ07663-6067 The Saddle Brook Senior Center is open to residents 55 years or older. The center offers various activities and…More services. Line dancing, bingo, exercise class, Happy Stitchers and the Senior Citizens Club all meet here. Activities like shuffleboard, reading, pool, cards and free coffee and books always are available. The center also provides transportation for doctor's visits and food shopping at scheduled times throughout the week.
European Learning Center 41-21 Dunkerhook Rd, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 The European Learning Center is a co-ed, non-sectarian private school with separate programs for kindergartners and…More grade-school-age children. After-school programs are available for students enrolled in the center or in public schools. Full-time study is Monday to Friday from 8am to 3pm. The school also offers private tutoring. The European Learning Center features a curriculum that includes English, history, science, mathematics, penmanship, reading, spelling and foreign languages.
Our Savior Lutheran Church 22-15 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 Our Savior Luthern Church, located on Broadway, offers an adult bible class before services on Sunday mornings, outreach…More activities, a youth ministry, a choir and a nursery school. The youth ministry is open to members grades five and up and meets for three hours on the fourth Sunday of each month, participating in church activities such as drama, picnics and fundraisers. The nursery school, founded in 1954, offers a curriculum including reading, math, science, music, arts and physical education for children ages 2-6. Sunday school is also available for children of preschool age through 8th grade free of charge.
Warren Point Elementary emphasizes a variety of instructional strategies and techniques, which foster creativity,…More exploration, higher level thinking and problem-solving. The school seeks to empower students by putting them in charge of entities such as the Safety Patrol.
The school's curriculum includes guided reading and writers' workshops, and technology is a major focus. All classrooms are connected to the Internet, and laptop computers are available for students. Warren Point also places a strong emphasis on character education, with the goal of developing students into individuals who are able make positive contributions to their families and society. Peter McGinness is the school's principal.
Radburn Elementary 18-00 Radburn Rd, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 Radburn Elementary offers core instruction in language arts literacy, mathematics, science and social studies, with…More other classes including world language, Early Intervention Reading, English as a Second Language, remedial math and instrumental music. Faculty members work in collaborative teams to develop lessons, using research-based techniques and strategies. Most classrooms have SMART Board interactive whiteboards. The Parent Teacher Association runs cultural programs, family fun nights, book fairs, and curriculum-related programs. Jill Lindsay is the school's principal.
Westmoreland is a small elementary school on the western border of Fair Lawn. School-wide projects include a…More character education program, family bulletin boards and teacher-created assmeblies. Among the academic offerings are a gifted and talented program, early literacy enhancement, a math remedial program, a guided reading approach, after-school homework clubs and a literacy supplemental program to assist students in need of extra assistance.
The Parent Teacher Organization runs programs like Family Fun Night, Halloween Dance and Evening Book Fair. A school planning committee consisting of parents, teachers and administrators reviews school objectives and identifies areas that will enrich students' academic experience.
With the slogan "The Place to Grow," Forrest School has the stated goal of helping every child reach his or her…More greatest potential through differentiated instruction addressing students' individual needs. Parallel block schedules for grades 3 to 5 creates opportunities for teacher collaboration and creative classes, including keyboarding, "Harmony of History" (social studies/music enrichment) and a hands-on science lab.
The school also has a multi-age literacy initiative for grades 1 and 2 that places students in instructional groups according to their proficiency in reading and writing rather than solely by age or grade. In the Museum School program, 4th and 5th graders visit historic sites to study the American colonial period in an interactive manner.
Parents of the students are involved in community social action projects and fundraising activities supporting the Hilltop Haven Family Shelter in Paterson.