Let’s make our district #FutureReady. Visit tech.ed.gov/FutureReadyPledge to read & sign the @OfficeofEdTech #FutureReady pledge!
RAISE THE BAR PARENTS. There's a new website for parents who want to know more about Common Core and specifically how their child is doing. The site has grade-level videos of what to expect, as well as fun math and reading adventures that test a child's grade-level mastery of Common Core standards. Parents receive a detailed report as well as links to follow-up resources to help their child continue to grow. All the resources on the site are free. Check it out.
Recently on the www.CharlotteObserver.com website, the following article regarding the need to support public education was posted. Please take a moment to click on the link to read. It sends an important message about the needs of our children and our responsibility to support and educate the whole child!
Listed below are two agencies through which families can access information about resources for social services. Click on the links to access the webpages for more information:
Thundermist of West Warwick: www.thundermisthealth.org/
West Bay Community Action: http://www.westbaycap.org/
As an extended use of the Chromebooks distrubrituted to each student in the WWPS, families now have access to on-line opportunities for new jobs and marketable skills training through the RI Department of Labor and Training. Visit the following websites for more information:
Employe RI Network On-line: www.employri.org
RI Department of Labor and Training: http://www.dlt.ri.gov/
1330 Main Street
West Warwick, RI 02893
Follow Supt. Tarasevich on Twitter: @WWPSSupt.
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