There are many helpful websites for students and parents. Here are a few that may help your student with questions about different school subjects. You can also check under our Library link listed on the left side of the school website home page for more great websites.
The Alabama Reading Initiative has put together some family activities to help improve your child's reading. Click here. Have fun!
The Alabama Virtual Library provides all students access to essential library and information resources. It is primarily a group of online databases that have magazine, journal, and newspaper articles available for research. Click here to visit AVL.
Use this link, AR Book Finder, to find out if a book is an Accelerated Reader book.
For more research help, try this website. ASK a question and get an answer.
For word meanings, try the Grolier dictionary.
You can find fun games to enhance reading and spelling right here.
Fun Brain is a great sight for reading and math help.
PBS Kids has lots of games for PreK-Grade 2.
Khan Academy's theme is, "You only have to know one thing: You can learn anything." This site can help with any subject with which your child may struggle. The Math help is especially good. Try Khan Academy
WEB MATH MINUTE is a website that will allow you to print math sheets to practice math. What's a MATH MINUTE sheet? It's a sheet of paper with 50 math questions. The goal is to see how many answers a child can calculate in one minute. Why paper? Children are still required to write tests with pencils on paper in school, so this website can generate sheets you can print on your home computer. You can also practice MATH MINUTES online if you prefer.
For more Math help and educational math games, try Cool Math.
Science and Social Studies Help
Teaching safety, at home or outdoors, is an important part of educating our children. This website was developed to provide parents with starter ideas to teach young children essential safety rules that will equip them with information on how to take care of themselves in different situations they may face as they grow. Visit this link for more information.