Parent Resources

Parents, we are here to support your students as much as we can while they are at home. Online learning resources from your child's teacher can be found at Your child has received his or her login information in class. Additionally, the following websites are offering free access during school closings. Some will require you to create an account for your child, but all of these resources are GREAT, EASY ways to keep learning at home!
Mystery Science (no login required)
Talking to Your Kids about Covid-19
Parents are encouraged to be actively engaged in their students' lives and work with teachers and staff to help their students grow as much as possible.

The navigation bar on the left will help guide parents to links that will assist them in assisting their child. Click the video box below to learn a little about the importance of the involvement of parents!
Imagination Library: Free books for children ages birth to 5 years old!
Below you will find a link to a website called Math A Tube. Math A Tube is a great resource for parents. It has lots of videos and worksheets along with explanations of all sorts of math concepts.  Many of the videos focus on strategies that the standards require teachers to use that parents were not taught when they went to school. 
The site can be accessed by clicking on the link for mathatube.  
To access the videos, scroll about halfway down the page and click on the major topic in which the skill would be located.
Speech Resources
At-home support for speech students can be found at .  You can also access the documents below for practice at home!