Internet Discounts For Families of Paul Culley Elementary School
Descuentos en Internet para familias de la escuela primaria Paul Culley
Notice To Parents From CCSD
There have been recent national news stories about a social media trend known as the Momo Challenge. The challenges instruct children to participate in self-harm behaviors.
All district psychologists, counselors, social workers, and school nurses are trained regarding self-harm and suicide intervention protocols so that we can immediately assist any student in crisis.
CCSD utilizes the program 'Signs of Suicide' as part of the eighth and ninth grade Health curriculum to educate students.
Please monitor your children's use of social media and contact your child's school with concerns or requests for assistance.
Additionally, students are able to utilize Safe Voice Nevada, an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students. The phone number for Safe Voice is (833) 216-SAFE.
Would you like to help your child with their school work? Check out some of these resources.
PBS Parents offers two reading-related sections under the “Education” tab. The age range extends from infancy to third grade. The “Reading Activities” section lists great ideas for reading on the go, making it easier for you to fit in practice throughout the day. If you’re looking for book recommendations, the “Bookfinder” feature is an excellent tool that allows you to search by age, book theme, keyword, and whether your child intends to read aloud or silently.
On Reading Rockets, visit the “Helping Struggling Readers” page if your child is having trouble learning to read. Click on “Start the Target the Problem!” activity to open a tool that defines a variety of reading difficulties, such as fluency and comprehension, and explains how kids, parents, and teachers can recognize signs of the difficulty. This tool also links to a “How to Help” page, which offers tips to both children and their parents regarding how they can work on the issue.
AdLit.org, or All About Adolescent Literacy, supports parents and teachers of students in grades 4–12. Take a look at this site if you have older children, because it offers information on college readiness and awareness. Another highlight is the “Ask the Experts” page, which allows you to submit questions about students and reading so a team of experts can help you find answers.
This is a reading and math website that helps children ages 3 to 11. The “Expert Help” tab of the website’s Reading portion offers resources on helping struggling readers, encouraging reading, and working on issues including phonics, grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Check out the ideas Oxford Owl suggests for games and activities.