What Students are Learning/Grade Level Standards
The SJCSD Year-at-a-Glance (YAG) is a document that informs parents and students of the recommended pacing and content standards for selected courses. It includes the topics to be taught week by week each quarter and a list of instructional resources. The YAG is only a recommended pacing guide; school leaders and teachers make the final decision regarding the pacing of any program of study. The classroom teacher is always the best source of information regarding content and pacing.
Parent Resource Guide
Superintendent, Tim Forson, provides extensive information about our school district in the SJCSD Parent Resource Guide . Grade specific information including sample report cards can be viewed.
Home Access Center
The Home Access Center (HAC) is a web-based application that allows parents to view their child’s educational information via a secure password-protected website.
TCES’s Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) team implements the Response to Intervention (RtI) process for students who struggle with academics.
Some students need supplemental (sometimes known as Tier 2) and/or intensive (sometimes known as Tier 3) instruction because they did not meet benchmark goals in academic areas.
Students with reading difficulties may struggle with decoding, word reading accuracy, reading fluency, and/or reading comprehension. Students with math difficulties may struggle specifically with calculation or problem solving.
Parent participation and input is welcomed and encouraged during TCE’s Multi-Tiered Systems of Support/Response to Intervention Meetings. Your child’s teacher will communicate initial information and scheduling details. In the meantime, click on the Parent Guide below for more information.
If you have any questions, please contact RtI Facilitator, Crystal Kelley, by email [email protected] or phone (904) 547-7420.
Apps for Engagement AppsforEngagementAllGradesHandout-1
This informational resource provides families with applications that are specifically designed to help build their child’s levels of academic, social, and psychological engagement. Depending on the application, they can be installed on an iPhone, iPod Touch, or an iPad and used with your child anywhere; on-the-go. This resource was developed by the Technology & Learning Connections Team, Florida’s MTSS Projects, University of South Florida.