Student and Family
The resources below are free and school provided technology websites that provide academic support for your student. Please take a moment and preview these engaging websites.
Engage New York is the curriculum that we have adopted. It is specifically designed to teach the new Common Core Learning Standards. From the website you may read and download the curriculum to assist your student in their learning.
Accelerated Reader is a web resource that Harrah Elementary has paid for to help your student with their reading comprehension. Your child can login using their user name and password and take tests on books they have read.
Reflex Math is a web resource that Harrah Elementary has paid for to help your student with their math skills. Your child with their user name and password may login at school or home and practice their math skills.
Frontrow is a free website that differentiates mathematics instruction. Setup a free account or ask your student if their math teacher already has an account setup.
Gizmos is a web resource that Harrah Elementary has paid for to help your student with their math and science skills. The site offers rich contextual simulations which help students develop a deeper understanding through inquiry. Your student with their user name and password may login at school or home and practice their math & science skills.
Our third through sixth grade students are now practicing their typing skills during their library time to help prepare them for the Smarter Balanced State Assessment. Your student may login from home and practice their typing skills.
This site is a great way to help your student with reading and comprehension from home. Pick a current event in the news, toggle the reading level up or down to your childs reading level, and have your student take a quiz on the article when they finish.
Khan Academy is a free web resource that has the ability to help your student in just about any subject. You can sign your student up for a free account and monitor their progress as their learning increases.
Code.org is a free website which is designed to teach students the basics of coding. Lessons start at moving a character through an obstacle course to creating a personal application.