Title I Resources

  • The Clairemont Title I staff would like to provide resources and support to parents as we work together to ensure our students' success! Please explore these resources and let us know how we can help you.

     

    The Title I team is also currently looking at developing a plan for additional academic support. Please check back soon for updates.

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  • Is there anything I can do at home to help my child?

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    In the School-Home Connections section on the Monthly Newsletters (located on the Communications page), there are suggestions on how to engage your child in practical, and family friendly reading and math activities. Previously taught learning targets from our classroom are also listed. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need assistance with additional resources and/or materials.

     

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  • Are additional academic support available beyond regular school hours?

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    Starting February 2020, Clairemont's Title I program will offer after school tutoring support to students served in Title I. These services will be availble on a first come, first serve basis, and will be offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, covering both reading and math skills. 

    Please stay tuned for more details. 

     

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  • How can I support my child's education?

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    (Source: Forsyth (GA) County Schools’ Parent Pyramid of Interventions)

    • Read to and with your child every day.
    • Obtain a library card and visit the library often.
    • Ask your child about his/her school day.
    • Monitor and help with homework.
    • Initiate a communication with your child’s teacher, regardless of performance.
    • Ask for a conference if you notice that your child is experiencing difficulties.
    • Praise your child for good work and progress.
    • Maintain regular communication with your child’s teacher.
    • Attend Curriculum Night and other school-sponsored events.
    • Assist your child with preparation for the school day – school attendance, breakfast, adequate sleep.
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English/Language Arts Resources

  • 6 Ways to Support Your Child's Reading at Home   

     

English/Language Arts Websites

  • Handwriting Worksheets

    Free handwriting sheets offeing a variety of templates for studenst to practice print and cursive writing. 

     

    Starfall

    Many early reader stories available for free.  Students can follow along as the story is read to them and can, in some instances, help create their own story.  The website is highly engaging and a favorite of young readers.

     

    ABCya!

    Children can listen to short stories read aloud to them as they follow along with the highlighted text.  

     

    National Geographic Young Explorers

    National Geographic Young Explorers is a magazine designed specifically for kindergarten and first grade students. A great way to bring interesting non-fiction stories into daily reading.


Math Resources

  • Ways to Support Your Child in Math at Home  

     

Math Websites

  • AAA Math

    AAA Math features a comprehensive set of of interactive arithmetic lessons. Immediate feedback prevents practicing and learning incorrect methods, which is a common result of traditional homework and worksheets. Practice can continue as long as desired in a non-threatening format which helps build self-esteem and confidence.

     

    ABCya

    ABCya! offers edcuational games across grade levels and content areas that engages the student through interactive learning exxperiencies. The site allows you to cross reference the games and their alignment to Common Core State Standards by grade-level. 

     

    AplusMath

    Interactive math resources for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more.