Resources

Parent Portal – View your child’s grades and Attendance. Parents may also sign up for email updates.

Library catalog and resources.

Course Offerings for 2014-15: High School 2014-15  |  Pre-K to 8 2014-15

Parent/Student Handbook: Parent/Student Handbook 2014-15.
(Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader X or higher)

Parental Involvement Policy – View the District-Wide Parental Involvement Policy.

School Annual Education Report (District) – 2009-10 Educational progress report.

School Annual Education Report (09940) – 2009-10 Educational progress report for building 09940.

School Annual Education Report (09827) – 2009-10 Educational progress report for building 09827.

GLCE – Grade Level Content Expectations.

Special Education administrative forms and procedures – Find and print the form you need.

Specific Learning Disability- The Academy is implementing Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses as the District process for determining the existence of a Specific Learning Disability for all students at all grade levels. More information may be found on Wayne RESA’s website or by contacting the school principal.

More Resources for Parents

About our kids .org – Tackling tough Issues with Kids

About our kids .org – Talking to kids about war

Adprima.com – Websites and resources for parents and children

Blues Clues Safety – Help teach your children safety rules

Center for Education Reform – Guide to help parents help children cope with disaster

Discovery.com – Product reviews, educational advice, study tools, and homeschooling resources

Kaplan Test Prep – Test preparation, admissions, and tutoring

KISS Grammar Site – Free instructional material and grammar workbooks

Michigan Association of Public School Academies – Parent section of MAPSA website

Michigan Child Protection Registry – This registry is designed to prevent adult-oriented electronic messages (content related to pornography, alcohol, tobacco, and gambling) from reaching children.

National Assoc of School Psychologists – Children and Fear of War and Terrorism: Tips for Parents and Teachers

National Assoc of School Psychologists – Parents Called to Active Duty: Helping Children Cope

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development – NICHD health and education information for parents

PBS.org special on learning differences and disabilities

Spalding Education International – Instruction in the Spalding Method for reading, writing, and spelling