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Math-Play - Includes both math games and printable worksheets for elementary and middle school.  Interactive games include fractions, algebra, geometry, money, elementary and middle school.

TenMarks - This is a K-12 math curriculum site based on practice, instruction, assessment and intervention.  

Common Core Conversation - This is a free site that offers resources, lessons and teaching strategies.  Resources include math, English, science, social studies and other subjects.

Ginger Software - (Use with Google Chrome) - This website is a must have for students who need proofreading when writing documents.  Many other options are offered for free within the site.  

Commonly Used Abbreviations In Education

AB~ Assembly Bill
ADA~Average Daily Attendance
AR~ Administrative Regulation
BCLAD~Bilingual Cross-Cultural Language & Academic Development
CBEDS~California Basic Educational Data System
CCR~Coordinated Compliance Review
CDE~California Department of Education
CLAD~Cross-Cultural Language & Academic Development
DLAC~District Language Advisory Committee
ELD~English Language Development
ESL~English as a Second Language
FEP~Fluent English Proficient
FTE~Full Time Equivalent
GPA~Grade Point Average
IEP~Individualized Education Plan
LEA~Local Education Agency
PQR~Program Quality Review
RSP~Resource Specialist Program
SARB~School Attendance Review Board
SELPA~Special Education Local Plan Area
SSC~School Site Council
SST~Student Study Team

Parent Education and Resource Information

Links to Community Resources

Common Core Parent Information Booklets

Below are links to information regarding the Common Code State Standards (CCSS).  These booklets, prepared by the Tehama County Department of Education are designed to give parents information on what the Common Core State Standards are, how they are used in the classroom, and tips and resources on how to help you help your child.  To read more on Common Core State Standards, visit the Tehama County Department of Education website. 

Resources to help you and your child deal with a traumatic event

The following links were retrieved from Child Mind Institute.  This site has numerous links to resources that cover mental health and learning disorders for both parents and educators!  Following are just a few links to articles posted on the Child Mind Institute Website.

Guide Books

All Child Mind Institute resources are also available in SPANISH.

The information and third-party links on this website are provided solely for reference and, therefore, should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation by CUESD of any product or service.