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Links to Curriculum

AR_Book_Finder Card IconAR Book Finder

Want to help your child find a book at their reading level?  Use this wonderful resource to check out the level of the books they want to read.  Not sure what their reading level is?  Ask their teacher!

XtraMath -

This is a web based fact practice site great for at home use.


SWUN_Math_Parent_Connection Card IconSWUN Math Parent Connection

SWUN Math is our math curriculum. Click on the link to access SWUN Math material.

Renaissance Home Connect: 

This site lets parents get information about their child's Accelerated Reader (AR) Goal.  At school, students take a STAR reading test on the computer that gives them a reading range.  Their teacher will assign a point goal.  They then read books and take quizzes to earn points.  Quizzes can only be taken at school.  Find out the level and point value of a book by looking it up on AR Book Finder.

JiJi Card IconJiJi

JiJi is a wonderful math program that helps students see how math works.  It helps build a wonderful foundation so children understand why math formulas work.  Your child's teacher can help you get set up at home.  Just ask for a flyer!

Journeys Card IconJourneys

This is our new Language Arts Program.

Typing Club-

This is a site for learning how to type.

Spelling_City Card IconSpelling City

This website is a wonderful way to help your child practice their spelling and vocabulary homework.  It has many free resources and many of our teachers have already put in their spelling lists for the year.  Search by teacher name and see what you can find.  Nothing there?  Double check with the teacher.  You can always put the words in (or have your chld do it) and they can practice, practice, practice!

Go_Math! Card IconGo Math!

Our new math program has a great component for children to do at home.  They can review the days lesson, see how to solve problems step by step, and practice!  Contact your child's teacher for more information.

IXL_Math Card IconIXL Math

This is a wonderful resource for students of all ages.  If you take a look at your child's math homework, you can easily find practice problems that support the assignment.  When a child gets a problem wrong, it shows them where they went wrong and goes through the correct steps to solve the problem.