Parents are very important to us - and to their child’s development. Once the student leaves the classroom, it is the parents who continue to encourage and support their child in the learning process. We believe children can only achieve the success they deserve with the help of concerned and dedicated parents.
Listed below are several Family-Friendly websites!
An animated, fun Web site designed for ages 3 - 100, offering interactive math games, puzzles, an online calculator, and a coloring book. There are also suggestions for how to succeed in math and how to find a career in math.
e-Learning for kids
A global non-profit organization dedicated to fun and free learning on the internet for students ages 5 - 12; offering free best-in-class courseware in math, science reading, keyboarding, english and health & life skills.
Tips on several topics including homework, working with schools, keeping kids off drugs.
Education.com is an online resource for parents with kids in preschool through grade 12.
Receive the latest advice, solutions and information on parenting and enjoying family life.
Interactive, educational games for children of all ages, Pre-K - 12. Funbrain's games and tools teach everything from how to build Web pages in HTML to how to spell with Spellaroo.
Homeless Information: Ohio
Information on services and resources available to parents and children at-risk or experiencing homelesssness.
National Center for Homeless Education
Supporting the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness.
Ohio Department of Education
- School Performance
Check school and district report cards and ratings, review historical data, and make comparisons between districts of similar make-up. The most recent data available is from the 2006-07 school year.
- State Testing
Starting point for tools that can help in understanding Ohio’s statewide assessments for the Ohio Achievement Tests (OAT) and for the Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT).
Created by the Ohio Historical Society, it's all about Ohio history! Contains loads of free stuff, homework helpers, online exhibits and fun and games for kids.
Reinforces a student's love of reading by using friendly, colorful and active games.
A resource that provides fun and meaningful online experiences centered on weather and climate through interactive games, maps, activities and educational teaching materials for classrooms.
Westerville Public Library
Need help getting started on a homework assignment, paper or project? Stop in to the Homework Help Center staffed with volunteers! Open on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 3:30pm until 6:30pm in the Youth Services Department, this service is provided for all elementary, middle and high school students. Students will be helped on a first come, first served basis. Homework Help Center volunteers can assist you with:
- Understanding your assignment.
- Attacking your studies.
- Finding ways to do research.
For "kids" there is online help at www.westervillelibrary.org/kids
For help with your reports about famous people there is a great biography resource available at http://explore.westervillelibrary.org/biographies