The Course & Career Guide helps students and their parents select their courses for high school. If you have any questions about this guide, please contact your school guidance counselor.
SC Academic Standards made Family-Friendly
Family-Friendly Guides to the SC Academic Standards are updated and ready! The website (www.scfriendlystandards.org) provides information for parents and families about what their children should be learning in school based on the standards. These resources are excellent for families to use during the summer months as well as during back-to-school events and parent-teacher conferences. The family-friendly guides, which are a collaboration between the EOC and the SC Department of Education (SCDE), are available for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The guides are also available in Spanish.
Understanding Student Assessments
Are you looking for a document to break down the purposes of assessments and help audiences understand the different types of assessment? The EOC has developed the 2016-17 Family Guide to Assessments: Student Success Tools to assist districts and schools in communicating this information to families.
Parent Tool Kit www.parenttoolkit.com
KidsHealth provides physician-reviewed information and advice on children's health and parenting issues.
LEMS All Pro Dads
All Pro Dad’s Day provides an opportunity for dads to spend quality time with their children that will strengthen their relationship, as well as benefiting the child’s school and the entire community. All Pro Dads meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30 in the Academic Team Meeting Room (AMTR). For more information, visit the web site at https://allprodadsday.com/chapters/4576 or contact Mr. Stong at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Middle Years Newsletter
Students in middle school go through dramatic changes and need support during this time. Middle Years provides practical ideas to promote academic success.
Supporting Early Literacy at Home: A Parents’ Guide
“Supporting Early Literacy at Home: A Parents’ Guide” is series of online, self-paced learning modules designed to provide information for parents and caregivers so that they can support their children’s early literacy development. Research shows that parent/caregiver involvement is the number one predictor of early literacy success as well as future academic success. Each learning module will provide information and tips (strategies) that will arm parents/caregivers with tools to support children from birth through the beginning years of school.