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Kid Friendly Standards
The Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE)
The Family Involvement Network of Educators (FINE) is a national network of over 8,000 people who are interested in promoting strong partnerships between children's educators, their families, and their communities. FINE membership is composed of faculty in higher education, school professionals, directors and trainers of community-based and national organizations, parent leaders, and graduate students. Included are wonderful articles around family involvement.
Accelerated Reader provides the essential practice component of the core
reading curriculum. In addition to making reading practice fun and exciting
for every student, AR gives continuous feedback to personalize instruction
so every student achieves maximum success. Attached you will find a
list of the books and quizzes currently in the Center School library.
The list is organized alphabetically and includes the book level and the
number of points received for successful completion of the quiz.
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encourage and support classroom visitations by parents/guardians.
We are also committed to student confidentiality and no
disruption of classroom instruction. Stop by the school office and
complete a Parent Observation Form requesting a time and date. The
form will be given to the teacher and a confirmation will be returned to
Have you even tried to read the State Frameworks and decipher the academic content standards off the California Department of Education Website? Well, finally there are "Kid Friendly" standards that will help both you and your children identify the standards your child is required to learn at each grade level.
“If you expect your child to be well-educated, you have the responsibility of making sure your child gets educated, starting at home, with some basic fundamentals.” - President George W. Bush. Homework can often be a source of frustration for students, parents, and teachers. Over the next couple of months I would like to share some information with you on helping your child with homework. All information is taken from resources provided by the U. S. Department of Education and No Child Left Behind. Research shows clearly that children are more likely to succeed in learning when their families actively support them.
Bullying is becoming more and more of a problem in our schools. Take a look at this page to find information on how to help your children protect themselves from bullies as well as helping your child see that he/ she is bullying other students.
"As parents, the most important thing we can do is read to our children early and often. Reading is the path to success in school and life. When children learn to love books, they learn to love learning." Laura Bush Written and published by No Child Left Behind, this information will help your young children become readers.