The Math Learning Center is a non-profit organization that grew out of a project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to improve the teaching of mathematics. They have created free apps that can be used on iPads, Chromebooks, and on the web on a computer. The district App Review Committee has reviewed and approved seven Read More …

Finding great books for students to read in TumbleBooks has now become much easier. The new version of TumbleBooks now has cover images in a grid pattern. It works well on iPads. Teachers can also project books.The best way to access TumbleBooks is through the links to online resources on your school’s library catalog. http://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/ Use the Read More …

World Almanac for Kids gives students a new interactive resource for finding information. http://wak.infobaselearning.com/ The biographies are one of its most useful features, since it includes many people not found in other online sources. It also highlight important people for each topic. Each topic has videos, interactive activities, science projects, fun facts, biographies, maps, flags, Read More …

We want our students to love reading. The Nerdy Book Club helps me learn about new books, find classics that our students will devour, and gain insight on how to inspire students to love reading. All the posts are available at their website: https://nerdybookclub.wordpress.com/ Readers can also sign up for a daily email with the most recent Read More …

Did you know that this year the district has a subscription to TrueFlix for elementary schools and FreedomFlix for middle schools? Trueflix offers dozens of nonfiction multimedia resources to supplement social studies and science,  and Freedomflix offers students a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places, and events that shaped our world. Both of these resources are Read More …