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Resources for Students/Teachers:

  • Study Island is a free resource available to your students to help them improve their reading, math, or science skills. Check with your teacher about log in information.

  • NewsELA and CommonLit are websites that are highly recommended by our ELA teachers. Parents can either print out cool, up-to-date articles or have your child read online. Practice quizzes are available in many cases. A little reading time goes a long way.

  • Math Nation is recommended by teachers if your student is taking Honors Algebra I or Honors Geometry

  • Khan Academy Your students can personalize Khan Academy to help them in all of their subjects, including math, US and world history, physics, biology, chemistry, economics, computer science, and more. All resources are free!

  • Gale Databases provides access to numerous research databases -- lots of great resources for any advanced research project! Password: Okaloosa

  • Do you speak "Ruckel"? Brush up on some useful vocabulary with this
    Word List covering terms used in many school subjects. These words are also in your Ruckel planner -- learn them and use them!

  • Figure This!
    Mathematical challenges for families provide interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.

  • Lots of fun educational games grouped by grade level.

  • Poetry 180 is a project by the Library of Congress designed to make it easy for students to hear or read a poem on each of the 180 days of the school year. They were selected by Billy Collins, Former Poet Laureate of the United States, with high school students in mind.

  • Calculation Nation® The games of Calculation Nation® are organized around content from the upper elementary and middle grades math curriculum. By becoming a citizen of Calculation Nation®, your child or student will play online math strategy games that allow them to learn about fractions, factors, multiples, symmetry and more, as well as practice important skills like basic multiplication and calculating area — all while having fun.

  • Arcademic Skill Builders Online educational games for learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills. Math games include addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and fraction and ratio games.

  • Math Playground Play logic games, solve word problems, and watch math videos.

  • Soft Schools Worksheets and games.

  • Superkids Online resource for teachers or parents to create math worksheets on topics including addition, exponents, and telling time.

  • Florida Department of Education Information, statistics, links to resources for students and parents

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