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Do you know someone who would like to get a GED? Look at this site to find help!
Are you looking for an exciting way to engage your child in reading? Well, try this website that was created by the Screen Actors Guild. Your child will have the opportunity to have a book read to them by various (S.A.G.) Hollywood Stars via streaming video.
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College & Career Prep
What is the Prairie State Achievement Examination, or PSAE?
The PSAE is the state achievement test for grade 11 public high school students. Current state legislation requires that students take the PSAE to receive a regular high school diploma, unless they are exempt. Learn more....
Samples of questions
This website supplies a wealth of information for students who desire to attend college.
A wealth of information to help parents keep their children safe while using the computer, e-mail, and texting.
Ms. Snyder at JMS has a good webpage with sites for safe internet use.
All Pro Dad is Family First's innovative program helping men to become better fathers. They host multiple events with NFL teams and send Play of the Day daily emails that reach 40,000 fathers.
The F.A.P.E. project is a partnership that aims to improve the educational outcomes for children with disabilities. It links families to information about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
This is a free guide for parents, families and caregivers to ensure that their children are ready for Kindergarten.
Evidence has proven that children do better in school when a strong family-school partnership exist.
Increasing awareness of community resources that
promote healthy families.
Print & Use Tools make it easy to continue the learning at home. You'll find lots of fun activities that you and your kids can do together.
The Helping Your Child brochure series aims to provide parents with the tools and information necessary to help their children succeed in school and life.