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Parent Resources

The following links can be used to provide help to you and your kids:

Canvas is the location where students can find their assignments from teachers.

Canvas Portal

Clever is the location of a lot of the apps and websites student will be using throughout the year.


Epic is the world's leading online children's subscription book service

i-Ready is an online program for reading and/or mathematics that will help your child's teacher(s) determine your child's needs, personalize their learning, and monitor progress throughout the school year. Contact LaDonna Franks for password if needed.

Khan Academy is a website where you can learn anything. Expert-created content and resources for every course and level. Always free.

Prodigy lets you join more than a million students, teachers, parents and school leaders using our zero cost math learning platform for grades 1-8!


SplashLearn is great because as you get things correct it increases in complexity - so it continues to challenge even those learners that are ready to move on.



Free Audio Books:


Schools and libraries are navigating unchartered territory right now, and we want to help our customers any way we can.  

One thing we can do is make sure that no child will be without access to books while schools and libraries are closed to the public. We are giving FREE access to all of our eBooks and databases through June, 2020.


We want to make sure every student gets free and unrestricted access to thousands of eBooks from their homes. 

I have included the links below to access the free library books. Please share these links with students, teachers, administrators, and parents and include them in your distance learning plans.

Elementary Digital Bookshelf Prek-8

Secondary Digital Bookshelf 5-12

ABDO Zoom Research Database


Useful Audio Book Resources for At-Home Learning


Arkansas PBS


Whether you care for children every day - or have been suddenly thrust into lessons from home - Arkansas PBS is here to help! Each day we'll be sharing resources and activities to keep kids engaged with learning while schools are closed.
Arkansas PBS wants to be your partner in providing in-home learning and fun activities, so check back daily for ideas that bring to life the very best in PBS KIDS educational programming and resources.  
Please forward this newsletter to family and friends who might also want to sign up for some educational support. And check out other initiatives Arkansas PBS has underway to help encourage learning.