Educational Resources

External LinkFamily Learning Connections Website

This website is designed to help educators and families create better partnerships that support student growth. The website is driven by student grade level in three categories, reading, math and behavior. The Family Learning Connection is designed to provide families with information about state required student learning objectives and give families tools to support their student’s learning.

External LinkUS Department of Education 

All parents want their children to become successful, caring adults. Similarly, many parents want to be involved with the formal education of their children. Sometimes, however, they don’t know where to start, when to find time or how to go about making positive connections with the school. At the very basic level, parents can begin encouraging the education of their children by showing that they truly value education themselves. In order to provide some ideas for ways to get engaged with your children about their education, please check out the United States Department of Education website.

External Link16 Ways to Set Your Student Up for Success 

A list of tips you can use with your student to help make them successful in his/her school career.

External LinkKahn Academy

The Kahn Academy has lessons for students of all ages and all subject areas. It is a free resource; however, you do have to create an account to use it. There are resources for students, as well as parents.

External LinkHomework Organization For Students (And Their Parents)

Parents, Homework Organization is possible for students! Share these proven tips with your child and watch as their homework is completed and turned in faster and easier than ever before!

External LinkHelping Your Student with ADHD

This article contains good advice for parents seeking for ideas to help ADHD students struggling with organizational skills. The article recommends a binder organizational system that uses a points and a checklist to help students prioritize and organize their work as they transport it to and from school, as well as other helpful ideas.


External LinkHelping Students Become Engaged with Math

This article contains a lot of good ideas for parents seeking activities they can do at home to help their children become more engaged in mathematics; including ideas for working with the classroom teacher to improve student achievement. The article also contains ideas and programs that support parental involvement and links to studies supporting increased parental involvement.

External LinkHelping Students with Math Attitudes

This article contains excellent ideas for parents looking to improve their child’s opinions and attitudes about math.

External LinkWebMath – Discovery Education

This website allows students to ask questions and get help with specific math problems while also explaining the process of solving the problem. Great for parents who want to help their students learn.


External LinkStay Healthy

Good nutrition and a balanced diet help kids grow up healthy. Here's how to improve nutrition and encourage smart eating habits.​

External LinkMotivation for Music Students

This article provides tips for parents of music students on how to motivate their child to practice.

External LinkClosing the Achievement Gap

This article explains how music could help close the achievement gap between poor and affluent students: