Port Jervis Academics

Introduction

At Port Jervis, we are committed to helping our students be the best that they can be. To accomplish this, we must stay on the cutting edge in terms of curriculum, instruction, technology, assessment, and professional development.

The Curriculum Council is the steering committee which drives academic change and improvement across all departments and grade-levels, K-12. This continuous improvement model creates an open, engaging environment where all stakeholder groups are represented.

Improving the quality of education

Positive changes are taking place in our classrooms, school buildings and grounds. Students are benefiting from building renovations, educational initiatives, and technology advancements.

Academic Strategic Plan

Click on the links below to view the district's strategic planning process and the strategic plan "scorecard" for each school. The scorecards include NY State Test scores and the goals for 2016.

Annual Professional Performance Review Plan (APPR)

Visit our APPR Web Page for more information
APPR is the process by which teachers and principals are evaluated in New York state. The process is governed by the state and aligns with New York state teaching and leadership standards. Each district develops its own evaluation plan within those guidelines. The plan adopted by the Port Jervis Board of Education was re-submitted to the New York State Department of Education:

Common Core Standards

Visit our Common Core Standards Web Page for more information
The Common Core Learning Standards are a set of clear guidelines showing what students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 should be able to do in reading, writing, speaking and listening, language and mathematics. With these standards, students start by learning basic skills in early grades and build up to mastering more difficult skills and concepts.

Literacy Program

Program Goals: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
The Literacy Program is designed to develop students who are highly effective users of oral and written language, and who apply literacy to real life situations so they can become productive citizens in our global society.

Professional Development Plan

The District Plan provides for a variety of training programs to ensure the needs of the students, teachers, and district are addressed. A large portion of the planned programs are aimed at increasing teacher knowledge and understanding of current initiatives in order to improve student performance. The Plan also provides for appropriate grade level and cross grade level training and coordination by providing programs generic to curriculum alignment focusing on the needs of specific grade levels.

DCIP  and  SCEP

Enrollment

  • Enrollment Data 2010-2015

 

More Information

Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

Nick Pantaleone

Terri Pagano,
Confidential Secretary
858-3100, Ext. 15521
FAX: 845-858-3265

District Office
9 Thompson Street
Port Jervis, NY 12771
Hours: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.