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The role of parents and families in the success of their children cannot be overstated. From birth on, family involvement in all aspects of children’s lives impacts the academic and social-emotional well-being of the whole child.
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The Countywide Vision is a community-based effort to create a county where residents and investors can prosper and achieve well-being. The Countywide Vision website includes the Countywide Vision statement, information on progress being made to achieve the Vision, and resources to help everyone participate in the Vision effort.
This document provides interactive literacy activities designed for parents to use with their child at home.
Students can engage in early literacy learning in this fun and engaging game-based platform that is accessible on-line or as an app download. These fun activities support the development of print concept, phonemic awareness, phonics, and word recognition
TK through second grade students are invited to participate in our annual Reading Rally! This event will have a fun-filled time of storytelling, crafts, and special performances. Special giveaways will also happen!
The Centers of Excellence, in partnership with the Alliance for Education, has developed a regional GIS map that identifies the location of existing K12 CTE pathways, community college programs, and regional labor market data illustrating the alignment/misalignment of workforce needs with regional workforce preparation programs.
Joyful Reading at School and at Home is a four-part webinar series designed to help PreK–1st grade educators learn a routine for storybook reading, explore ideas for creating school-to-home connections, and extend storybook reading to creative expression activities.
If you're the parent of a beginning reader, chances are you're hearing a lot about phonics. Here's what you need to know about how your child will learn phonics — and how you can help practice phonics at home.
The California State Seal of Biliteracy (SSB) Requirements Poster may be printed on large paper and hung in classrooms, guidance counselor offices, and other areas where students and parents may see it.
Recognitions provided to students on the Path to Biliteracy or Multiliteracy.
If you're looking for books for older kids and teenagers, take a look at these booklists for grades 4-12 organized by topic and representing a wide range of cultures and perspectives.
These booklists for children celebrate a wide range of cultures, languages, and experiences. They are perfect for read-alouds and bedtime stories, as well as for author studies! You can also get to know some of the featured authors in our Meet the Authors section.
These multicultural booklists for young children introduce a wide range of concepts, themes, and activities and feature a diverse range of children and families. The 40+ booklists are organized by topic/theme, and many of the books are available in bilingual editions or in multiple languages.
Unite for Literacy offers bilingual children’s e-books in Spanish and English. Navigating the site is simple. Use the tool bar at the top to check out the various book categories (nature, technology, health and others) or search for specific titles. It’s also the place to select the text language (either English or Spanish) and audio translation. Audio translation is available in over 30 languages!
Financial Literacy powerpoint for 9th-12th graders.
Checklist to help seniors keep track of everything they need for financial aid.
A checklist to help students and their families set-up organized home space work areas.
The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging
The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior. The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior.
The Backpack Connection Series was created by TACSEI to provide a way for teachers and parents/caregivers to work together to help young children develop social emotional skills and reduce challenging behavior.
This Family Routine Guide can assist parents and caregivers in developing a plan to support young children who are using challenging behavior.
Free tools to make your students better writers. Quill provides free writing and grammar activities for elementary, middle, and high school students.
Parent strategies for improving your child's reading & writing.
The Learning Network is a news site that offers a daily resource to process current events driven. Get your finger on the pulse of the world, this free resource can be a reliable source of activities and ideas for current event discussions.
A Common Sense Selection: Interactive ebooks and web content make reading a social experience. Build collective reading experiences to make challenging texts more approachable and get kids excited about books.
NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program is an adaptation of the National Novel Writing Month program for kid and teen writers in classrooms (or even at home).
Texts (and videos!) for ELA, Science, and Social Studies with scaffolds and higher-order questions.
The International Thespian Society’s Student Leadership Program is a pathway to leadership at whatever level you choose — troupe, chapter, or international. Participation will give you knowledge you’ll use the rest of your life, whatever career path you choose. Workshops are led by the International Thespian Officers (ITOs).
Inland Regional Center is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with Developmental Disabilities.
GIS Map for San Bernardino County Child Care Locations and options by districts.
High quality programs create early learning experiences, environments, and relationships that support children's growth and development.
This article is part of the Backpack Connection Series to promote home and school connection. For this article, the focus is on helping parents give clear directions to their children in order to support positive behavior in the home.
This parenting resource from Zero to 3 provides parents and families with simple mindfulness activities to help both parents and children manage big emotions and stay calm and connected.
Each month, they provide quality, support, development, and education to almost 50,000 children, families in our 22,500-square-mile service area. They remain a unique and distinctive leader in the child care industry. Their current programs include resource libraries, home visiting, workforce development, family engagement, financial care assistance, Head Start preschool, Early Head Start, Early Head Start – Childcare partnership, Motherhood and so much more.
Creating book goals turns reading into a fun activity that your kids will look forward to in their free time. These are five tangible family reading goals teachers hope you make.