Homework Help

Attendance Makes a Difference

Please visit this site to see the difference that consistent attendance makes:  Attendance Works


We have a new Math curriculum.  You can access the online materials by your student logging into his school account, going to Classlink (a drop down menu from ckschools.org bookmark found at top left).  After logging into classlink, The Connect Ed is the math program:     Please explore the resources to help your child develop their math skills.


Journeys is our reading program which can be found through classlink, then using the Think Central icon:
  Students need to remember to add @ckstudents.org to their login name if it doesn't appear.  Now click on "My Library".  This will give you access to their Journey's Student Book and Leveled Readers.  You and your child can read through the stories together!  Check with your child's teacher to know which lesson they are on if your student does not remember.

Check out these tips from our Reading Intervention Teacher, Mrs. VanEycke.  Reading Tips


More Resources to Help at Home

Here are organizations with tips and resources you can use to help your child at home:

  • National PTA Parent's Guides to Success: Find downloadable guides for each grade with key skills, activities you can do at home, and tips for talking to your child's teacher
  • Khan Academy: Includes interactive exercises and videos to help in math, science, economics, computing and arts and humanities
  • Great Kids Milestones: Includes videos to help you see what your child should be able to demonstrate in critical areas by the end of each grade level
  • Be a Learning Hero: Allows parents to search by state, grade and subject to find homework support resources
  • Raise the Bar Parents: provides  educational 'checkups' they to see if your child is making progress toward meeting the standards. The site also includes resources to help students improve

Your child’s teachers can also share more tips and suggest activities to strengthen your child’s skills at home.