No Child Left Behind - Please read through this comprehensive parent's guide so that you can learn how to take full advantage of the assistance offered by No Child Left Behind, which encourages and thrives on parental awareness and involvement.
Ohio Graduation Test - Please navigate through this website to learn everything about Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT), which are are a key part of Ohio’s education reform to establish an aligned system of standards, assessments and accountability for Ohio schools.
Parent Check List - The U. S. Department of Education outlines the "key things parents can do to make sure their children are prepared for the 21st Century".
Homework Tips - Homework tips offered to parents by the U.S. Department of Education.
Reading Tips - Reading tips offered to parents by the U.S. Deparment of Education.
The Public School Parent's Network - A site designed and maintained by parents of public school children to serve as an information source and reference guide for all parents of school age students. PSPN is committed to candidly addressing the educational issues that confront school age students and their parents daily and to provide a forum where opinions can be freely expressed from a parental perspective.
100 Most Useful Money-Saving Websites - See this website to help you save your money for your child's education.
This page was created to encourage parents to become involved in strengthening student learning by becoming informed about school learning programs and policies. The links below provide critical information about federal education programs (such as No Child Left Behind), the latest on research in pedagogy, and any other advice for parents who are dedicated to improving the quality of their child’s education. To read more about the importance of such parental involvement, click on Getting Involved with Your Child's Learning. Parents are also strongly encouraged to become familiar with the 2011-2012 School Calender.
State Test Dates - State Test Dates (for specific times for each test, please contact your building principal