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    i-Ready High-Frequency Words

     

    Infinite Campus Students

     

    enVision

    EnVisionMath is a research based program that centers around the specific curriculum within any given classroom. Over several years of research, the developers of this program have found that students benefit best from the incorporation of pictures and diagrams, assistive technology and hands on materials. In doing this, students are able to develop a conceptual understanding of mathematics in a way that is meaningful and enriching.

     

    i-Ready 

    Offers research-based, classroom-proven programs that help educators effectively address the diverse needs of every student. Our award-winning products include reading, mathematics, intervention, language arts, test prep, special education, early childhood, and more.

    Computer adaptive tests (CATs) have been around for decades, but the potential of these sophisticated testing tools to provide actionable individualized instructional recommendations remains relatively untapped. As the presence of technology grows in schools, CATs are emerging as the perfect tool for collecting rich data on student ability and capturing the deep insights teachers need to make differentiated instruction a reality.

     

    First In Math 

    Harness the power of digital gaming to build math skills.

    Online practice reinforces a range of proficiencies, from addition to complex algebra. Setting and achieving Goals, as well as a friendly competition component, keeps students energized to sustain accelerated effort over time.

    Through gaming, students forge a bond at the classroom level, help one another, and become better critical thinkers. Significant results can be achieved in minutes a day through our Deep Practice techniques, and new habits will replace old, unproductive habits—driving success in every academic area.

     

    Benchmark

    Benchmark Universe is an online resource for classroom reading. Your child has been assigned to use Benchmark Universe to practice or complete an assignment.  If you have any questions about this resource, please contact your child's teacher.  We encourage you to support and help your child with the use of Benchmark Universe in order to complete assignments. 

     

    Safe Search Kids

    The Google Search Engine for Kids where Safe Search is always on.

     

    Science Buddies

    Fun, Science Activities for You and Your Family

    Science Buddies isn't just for science fairs! We turned some of our favorite projects into fun science activities that are perfect for a rainy day, a vacation from school, or a family science exploration. These science activities are low-cost, take an hour or less, and utilize readily available and /or household materials. Pick an activity and start exploring science.

     

    Spelling City

    VocabularySpellingCity provides spelling, vocabulary, writing and language arts activities for K-12 cross-curricular word study. We created the site to automate spelling tests, give students immediate feedback, and save teachers the time it takes to administer, grade and record the tests. We aspire to provide students with engaging games to motivate study and promote academic success. We aim to continually advance our services while providing helpful and courteous support.

     

    Starfall

    Starfall.com opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read with phonics. Our systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL). Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children.

     

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  • Standard Based Report Card

    What is the purpose of a standards-based report card?

    The purpose of the new reporting system is to provide parents, teachers and students with more accurate information about students' progress toward meeting standards. Parents will be more aware of what their children should know and be able to do by the end of each grading period. 

    How is progress measured?

    The new report card for grades K-3 will include a grading scale (1-4). 

    1- Beginning Learner

    2-Developing Learner

    3-Proficient Learner

    4-Distinguished Learner

     If an indicator is not measured during the grading period, the student will NOT receive a mark on the report card.

    How are standards-based report cards different from traditional report cards?

    On traditional report cards, students receive one grade for each subject.  On a standards-based report card, each of the subject areas is divided into a list of skills and knowledge indicators that students are learning. 

    How will promotion be determined?

    For promotion to the next grade, students in K-3 must have at least an overall score of 2 in ELA and Math.  The overall score will be calculated as the average of the 4th term scores on each indicator for ELA and Math.  Third-grade students must also meet the requirements related to the Georgia Milestones Assessment.  See promotion policy.

     

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    Volunteer Clearance Process:

     

    All individuals not RCSS employees wishing to volunteer in the Richmond County School System must complete a criminal history background check - no exceptions.

     

    Contact must be made with the school Volunteer Coordinator or Designee for specific details, but the process for Volunteer prospects consists of four steps:

    1. Take the online "Mandated Reporter Training Class" this class is mandatory before you are able to attend a Volunteer Training Class at any school. Your certificate can be printed at home or at school. 
    2. The link is: Mandated Reporter Training Info & Link. Please follow the step by step instructions.
    3. Undergo the "Volunteer Training Class" at the school you wish to volunteer.  
    4. View the Volunteer Guidelines to the left to determine which level you would like to apply for: Level 2 or Level 3.  All of the documents you will need will be provided at the Volunteer Training Class

    How to Become a Volunteer

    • Your completed packet is then sent to the Parent & Family Engagement Specialist, Sonia D. England, who then forwards the forms to the Department of School Safety for the criminal background check. 
    • Upon approval, the Volunteer Coordinator or Designee at the school receives an email of your clearance.
    • The Volunteer Coordinator will notify you, the applicant, of your clearance status.
    • The Volunteer Coordinator will distribute your Volunteer ID cards. 

    The Parent & Family Engagement Specialist - Sonia England may be contacted via this email link.

     

     "Volunteers are not paid because they are worthless, but because they are priceless."       Author unknown...

     

    For further information, contact the Parent Facilitator or Parent Designee at the school you wish to volunteer during regular school hours.