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Academic Resources

Khan Academy- Students can make use of an extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.

Khan Academy

Interactive Learning Sites- Students can find websites for support in all subject areas.

Websites in Subject Areas

American Association of School Librarians- The 2013 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation, and collaboration. They are free, Web-based sites that are user friendly and encourage a community of learners to explore and discover.

AASL Best Websites

Accelerated Reader- See the AR page under Students for more information.

Accelerated Reader Student Login


Cultural Sensitivity Resources
The Jim Crow Museum at Ferris state University- Dr. David Pilgrim is a public speaker and one of this country's leading experts on issues relating to multiculturalism, diversity, and race relations. He is best known as the founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum, a  20,000 piece collection of race-based artifacts, located at Ferris State University. The museum uses objects of intolerance to teach tolerance and promote social justice. The website associated with the Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State university has great insight into the racist treatment of Blacks in America. It is complete with images of jim crow era artifacts and essays from renowned professors and social activist giving perspective to topics ranging from the n-word and it's personification in American and African-American culture to commentary on white supremacist websites our children should avoid

The Jim Crow Museum homepage

Understanding Privilege

The following PowerPoint presentation is a good tool for parents to use with their students to understand societal privilege and how it may effect their relationships with others.

Privilege 101

The truth about teasing

Amongst close friends, teasing and joking can demonstrate trust, be a source of mutual humor, and reference shared experiences that symbolize a long lasting relationship. HOWEVER, teasing can also be extremely hurtful, shameful, and be a source of low self esteem. Human interaction is complicated to say the least and intent and motive behind teasing is not easily discernible. This is especially true for adolescents and teens. The following PowerPoint helps students understand the link between teasing and bullying and gives honest advice to students.

When Your Classmate is Getting Roasted


Disagreements are a natural part of our thought process as we seek to understand each other and the world. The following PowerPoint gives students a good way to approach disagreements and either find common ground, or agree to disagree.

I Disagree