Curriculum Instruction and Assessment

Lindenwold Curriculum and Instruction 
801 Egg Harbor Rd. 
Administration Building

Phone: 856-783-0276
Fax:  856-435-5887

Marc Mancinelli, Ed.D.
Director of Curriculum & Instruction
extension 3204

Slides from our Title I Parent Meeting can be found here! 
For questions about Title I, please email Dr. Marc Mancinelli, Director of Curriculum and Instruction.

Presentation in English
Presentación en español


School Performance Reports are available for Lindenwold.  This report from the NJ Department of Education shows various outcomes for schools across the state
 All reports can be found here


Information on Concurrent Education and Live Streaming (new 3/16/21)
- As we look ahead to students returning to school via our hybrid schedule.  This information is important to review, as the school schedule will change for all students (remote and hybrid) compared to the schedule we have been following thus far. 


All members of the Lindenwold staff are collectively responsible for developing, delivering, and monitoring a first-class system of curriculum, assessment, and instruction. We believe that all teaching and learning must rest on a well-developed, standards-aligned curriculum foundation that provides our answer to the question, "What should students learn?" We use our system of district, school, and classroom assessments to monitor student progress towards learning targets, and work continually to improve our ability to use instructional best practices to make sure students learn the curriculum, and respond appropriately when they struggle. 

Our BOE Seminar provides a comprehensive overview of our performance, planning, and vision.  The below presentation covers the 19-20 school year.  Seminar occurs in August and the presentation covers the previous year.

BOE Seminar 2019-20

Gifted and Talented

The Lindenwold Public Schools strive to provide gifted and talented students appropriate instructional adaptations and services.  We recognize that giftedness may be manifested within one or more subject areas or in a manner that does not fit singularly into any specific subject area, and may occur in "twice exceptional" students such as those who also have an Individual Education Plan (IEP).  

Click here for further information on our GT criteria, policies and procedures, and program services.  
Policies and Procedures for Identifying Gifted and Talented Students.pdf

If you would like more information on our GT processes or would like to  call our attention to a situation where a GT student or potentially GT student's needs are not being met,  please contact Dr. Mancinelli at

Recent BOE  Meeting or Other Relevant C&I Presentations
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