Includes details on what the Standard’s Based Assessments are, why we have them, who must take them, and how you can help your child do well on them.
Category Archive: No Child Left Behind
The SBAs are tests of reading, writing, and math that all students in grades 3 – 10 must take each spring. This document will give you ideas on items to talk about with your child’s teacher.
Explains what they are and why we have Content Standards and Grade Level Expectations.
This document gives the reader a brief overview on what the Grade Level Expectations are.
This document gives the reader a brief overview on what the Report Card to the Public is.
Explains what the Report Card to the Public is, why we have it, who uses the information, and how you can use this information to help your child in school.
If your child attends a Title I school that is in need of improvement, you might have the option of sending your child to a different school within the same district. This document gives you information on your options.
Children who attend a Title I school that is ‘in improvement’ might be able to receive Free Tutoring. This document shares information about Free Tutoring.
This document gives the reader a brief overview on Title I and ways parents can be involved in a Title I school.
Explains what the Early Learning Guidelines are and how they can be helpful to families.