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At Hurley Elementary School we strive to increase parent involvement in education and believe that every parent wants to help their child to learn and accomplish as much as possible. During their school career, resources will be made available to help parents become an informed partner in meeting their child's learning needs. This parent resource site offers information and free resources to help make learning interesting and fun for families.
Our hope is that by using these resources, Hurley Elementary families will learn together and have positive experiences that support life-long learning. Below are links to various types of resources, sorted by grade and subject. Take a look, and contact your child's teacher to see how you might be able to support your child's progress at home.
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Click on the links above to choose a video to see what success looks like in reading, math, and writing by the end of the year.
Discovery Education- Discovery Education offers a wide variety of free family resources that you can trust to provide high quality, relevant material for you and your children. We invite you to take a look at their family activities, contests and a wealth of other resources that are vetted by Discovery Education and uniquely designed with parents in mind.
Parent Portal- Real-time access to your child's grades and attendance. You can even email teachers or ask for automatic updates on your student’s progress as well as view any school bulletins. Access to PowerSchool is available from anywhere in the world just by using any browser.
ReadyRosie- ReadyRosie is an early education tool that is currently helping schools and communities across the nation deepen and scale their parent engagement efforts by leveraging the power of video modeling and mobile technology to meet and equip parents where they are. ReadyRosie has hundreds of brief videos in English and Spanish that model everyday interactions in familiar environments with real parents.
Class Dojo- Class Dojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities.
Achieve 3000- Students take a baseline reading assessment to establish a baseline Lexile level. The student will then receive differentiated grade-appropriate, nonfiction passages, matched to their individual Lexile (reading) level. The student completes regular assessments, aligned to grade-level standards, which measures their ability to comprehend informational text. As your student progresses toward 40 activities for the semester (80 for the year), his reading abilities are evaluated, and text rigor is increased when progress is detected.