Parent Resources

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Calendars and Events

Handbooks


Family & Student Access

Schools & Programs

Forms

Enroll & Transfer

  • Enrollment Packet 2017-18 (coming soon)

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Other Resources

Click here to download Internet Safety Brochure from the District Attorney

Click here to download Child Abuse Brochure from the District Attorney

SingleMothersGrants, a site that helps low income families with finding financial assistance programs. The directory lists assistance programs by states that may help with utility, energy, mortgage, rent and medical bills.

Finding an Online Reputable School



Over 6 million students were enrolled in at least one online course in 2015 - a 3.4 percent increase from the previous year. With online enrollment at an all-time high, students have lots to consider when selecting an online school.

Some of these include the school’s:
  • Reputation
  • Accreditation status
  • Honesty & transparency
  • Track record

Our college planning experts at TheBestColleges.org have detailed what each of these factors means, and why they are so vital when selecting an online school: http://www.thebestcolleges.org/schools/online/

Common Core Standards 

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet: Tips for Parents and Guardians

The FBI - Federal Bureau of Investigation
A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety

Kid's Health
Internet Safety Tips for Parents and Students

Student Internet Safety
Internet Safety Tips for Parents