The following is a list of free, online educational resources.
Zearn provides opportunity for students to practice and play with Math that complements the district curriculum. All K-5 students should have log-ins to access, but parents can also set up their own free account.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard for learners to study all contents at their own pace, in and outside of the classroom.
This is a free, open education resource available to anyone, anywhere for Math. This site directly reflects district curriculum.
Pre-K, K, 1
English Language Arts
Starfall is a creative website designed to help children learn to read. It includes interactive books, so please make sure your sound is turned on!
This website provides an assortment of games, stories, and video clips for students to enjoy.
This site provides current events and news articles that are tailored to students’ specific reading levels. District students in 6th-12th grade should use their district login information to access. Parents of students in 2nd through 5th grade, please follow the instructions below:
1. Go to newsela.com.
2. Click Join Now.
3. Newsela will ask you a few questions about your role and your school:
4. If you are a teacher, parent, or administrator please select I’m an Educator for full access to your subscription. (Selecting “I’m a student”’ will restrict access to features and content.)
Once you've logged in, you'll want to create a class and add your child so you can begin assigning articles or simply have your child browse Newsela freely:
1. Go to Classes by clicking your name in the upper right-hand corner, clicking on Settings and selecting the Classes tab.
2. Click Create a Class.
3. Enter the class name, grade, and subject, then click Create Class.
PBS Learning Online
This site includes videos and interactive lessons for a variety of contents such as Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arts and Humanities, Health and PE, and World Languages.
Brainpop is 3-12
Jr. is K-3
This site empowers students K-12 to demonstrate and enhance their critical, skill-based, and creative thinking skills.