Parent Resources to Support Your Child's Learning

Understanding Learning Standards

Supporting your Child

Understanding Assessment Results

Other Supportive Resources

  • OSPI Family Resources, Parent Guides, and Resources for Parent and Family Engagement
  • North Central Regional Library online resources to support learning. Get your free Library Card today!
  • NWEA Parent Toolkit created by NWEA as a resource and guide for parents. It includes Frequently Asked Questions, The Lexile Framework for Reading, Tips for Parents, Web Sites for Kids and Parents, and Commonly Used Terms. NWEA hopes you find this toolkit helpful and invites you to have conversations with your school district personnel about NWEA’s assessment tools.  The toolkit is available in Spanish, too.
  • Your Reading Path use this resource to find books in your child's RIT score range or age.
  • Ready, Set, Grad for grades 6-12+, a resource to find, pay for, and complete the education path that’s right for you or the student in your life.
  • COLLEGE KNOWLEGE supporting students in grades 9-12, 23 different electronic handouts cover six chapter topics: All About College & Career; Getting Ready; College Bound Scholarship; Paying for College; Applying for College; and Enrolling in College. Each handout tackles a specific subtopic and can be used flexibly as an additional student resource to compliment your college and career programming.
  • WSAC provides strategic planning, oversight, and advocacy to support increased student success and higher levels of educational attainment in Washington.

Learning Outside of the Classroom

  • Every Kid in a Park 4th Graders can take their family to see America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free.
  • Ski or Ride Free! 5th Graders are offered free a beginner lesson, beginner lift ticket, and rental package at Mission Ridge, and seven other regional ski areas offer free 3-day passes.

This page last updated on March 13, 2018. Please contact Karen Allen with comments.