Regional Curriculum Office
This mutual effort involves the cooperation of four Boards of Education, four superintendents, seven principals, and more than 400 teachers. It is important to note the Quad relies heavily on the cooperation of the teaching staff and the school-communities. Their enduring professionalism and commitment of producing high quality curricula are truly appreciated.
The Regional Office of Curriculum and Instruction was established in July 2000 to promote and support articulation among the quad-districts. Curricula are developed at regional articulation meetings by building grade level representatives and at meetings in each district. Special attention is paid to key transition points between schools, especially the middle schools and the high school. There are many benefits to this type of collaboration, but sharp focus on enhancing student learning remains our foremost priority. By collaborating with one another and researching model programs, we are able to construct progressive curricula that reflect national best practices.
For their support, we thank the Quad Boards of Education and the districts’ superintendents:
Dr. Michael Barcadepone
Dr. Diane Mardy
Dr. Scot Beckerman
Upper Saddle River
Dr. Brad Siegel
Collaboration is at the heart of professional growth and development.
This curriculum portal was created and developed by the Quad Office of Curriculum and Instruction.
From the beginning, it was the intent of the Quad Districts to develop and share curriculum all educators could use.
Together, we can move teachers and students forward.