Hudson County Professional

Learning Community (HCPLC)

Hudson County Professional Learning Community

A professional learning community, or PLC, is a group of educators that meets regularly, shares expertise, and works collaboratively to improve teaching skills and the academic performance of students.

Next Meeting Date:

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

10:00 am - 1:00 pm (arrive at 9:30 am)

Hudson County Schools of Technology: North Hudson Center – Resource Room

2000 85th St, North Bergen, NJ 07047


IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

Parking for Hudson County PLCs Meeting on Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Carpooling is recommended.

Construction is being done in the lower parking lot of the Hudson County School of Technology. Alternate arrangements for parking have been made.

Please park in the BJ's Parking lot. The district will provide a shuttle to the school from BJ’s parking lot.

To access BJ’s parking lot, turn on 85th Street from Tonnelle Avenue. Continue past the school and lower parking area where construction is occurring. Turn right onto Mazzoni Place. Continue straight to BJ’s parking lot.

Security staff will be available to direct and guide those attending the HCPLC meeting.

Your cooperation is appreciated in following these directions to allow for a smooth arrival and timely start of the meeting (Arrival Time 9:30 am /10:00 am Meeting Start Time).

PLCs will be organized by New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS) content areas. 21st Century Life and Careers will be built into each PLC.

The purpose of the PLCs is for educators (administrators, supervisors, teachers…) from across Hudson County school districts and charter schools to come together to discuss common interests, best practices and to set up a communications system for members of the PLCs to communicate with each other and share information on a regular basis online. This communication system will be incorporated into the Hudson County Curriculum Portal.

All school districts are invited to have staff participate in these PLCs.


Creating Successful Teacher Teams: The Importance of PLCs

Photos from the HCPLC March Meeting 2018!