About the NVCC

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The regional Office of Curriculum and Instruction was established in January 1961 following an interest between regional school board members and school administrators in the region to improve the articulation of instructional programs among the sending elementary districts and the receiving regional high school district.

The office, commonly referred to as the Curriculum Center or the NVCC, provides an effective vehicle for educational planning, curriculum development, staff development, information services, evaluation services, as well as the administration, coordination and supervision of regional projects.

The NVCC is a shared office, shared among the following school districts: Closter, Demarest, Harrington Park, Haworth, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan and the Northern Valley Regional High School District. These districts have been commended by the New Jersey State Department of Education for their cooperative efforts to strengthen curriculum and instruction, and by NJASCD and NJEA for their work in the area of professional development.

Essential Learning Information: Curriculum objectives, inclusive of priority learning standards for each grade level, can be found below.

K 1

High School

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