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Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Do you ever wish your child had easy access to additional skill practice at home? Do you sometimes wonder exactly what skills your child needs to work on? Now you can have both!

Below are tips for accessing some of the same information through the computer that your child and his or her teachers use at school, including:  Compass Odyssey, Renaissance Learning, as well as reading, math, and science textbook websites.

All you need is a computer with internet access and a recent version of the following:  Flash Player, Shockwave Player, Java, or Acrobat Reader. If you do not have a computer with internet at home, the Statesboro Regional Library provides this service. Computers will also be available in the Parent Resource Centers located in each of the schools.

Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions.

Elementary Instructional Resources


Compass Odyssey works automatically with MAP in grades 2-5. When your child takes a MAP test, new Compass Odyssey activities are assigned (usually within 24 hours) appropriate for his or her RIT band ranges in each domain, such as measurement or comprehension. This helps you determine what skills your child needs to practice for improvement, and your child has appropriate, extra practice available at all times. If you need to see the whole list of skills for your child, contact your teacher and request a copy of his/her DesCartes Skills.
Harcourt/Houghton-Mifflin: Science
Select your school (and district/state if it does not come up automatically)
Houghton-Mifflin: Math
Houghton Mifflin’s Math website ( also provides generic games, tutorials, and other activities. No username or password is needed for access to this section.
Pearson / Scott Foresman: Reading Street
Due to copyright laws, only “selection snapshots” are included, not entire stories.
Renaissance Home Connect
1. For K students, this program is typically used more second semester than first semester.
2. AR Book Finder is in the bottom right corner. This will help you look up a book to see if there is an AR test for it.
Scholastic FASTT Math
1. Parents can monitor student progress by viewing “fact tracker” (fact grid) upon logging in. For more information, go to:
2. Students will only be able to access two lessons per day. However, they can play any number of games, but must complete at least one game in order for a lesson to be considered complete.

Measures of Academic Progress Testing (MAP)

Secondary Educational Resources


Compass Odyssey
CRCT Practice
Education 2020
iPass Math
Khan Academy
Online Textbook
USA TestPrep

Measures of Academic Progess (MAP) Testing