Resources For Parents

FOR IASD PARENTS

As a parent, remember YOU are the most important teacher your child has! Boost your student’s school involvement and performance by:

Reading with your child every day.

Building your child’s vocabulary through rich language experiences.

Being a good role model for your child, both academically and socially.

Practicing what your child has learned at school by engaging in everyday “real life” activities that utilize all skills acquired.

Helping your child “take charge” of his or her learning experiences by establishing/reinforcing consistent routines and expectations around school performance.

Remember, adequate vision and hearing skills are required for academic success! If your child fails to pass a vision or hearing screen, it is imperative that parents and caregivers follow up by taking their student in for a more comprehensive assessment with a vision or hearing specialist. If glasses and/or hearing aides are deemed necessary, it is essential that parents/caregivers provide these at school.

New Student Registration

2022-2023 School Calendar

2022-2023 Student Handbook

Camp iRead

family field guide

KEEP YOUR FAMILY INFORMED AND ENGAGED DURING THE CORONAVIRUS SHUTDOWNS WITH PARENTING ARTICLES, STUDY TIPS, SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS, HOMEWORK RESOURCES, CUTE VIDEOS, AND MORE.

VIRTUAL MUSEUM TOURS

VIRTUAL TOURS OF SOME OF AMERICA'S BEST NATIONAL PARKS.

Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WEB SITE

Keep kids’ brains active:Have children try this fun science experiment using just milk, food coloring, and dishwashing soap. Then check out other experiments, quizzes, animal facts, and homework tips from the Nat Geo Kids website.