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Helpful Websites

Language Arts

www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/interactive/

www.mhschool.com/reading/2005/student/index.html

www.vocabulary.co.il/

teacher.scholastic.com/tools/spelling.html

Math

www.teachrkids.com

www.numbernut.com

www.multiplication.com

www.harcourtschool.com/menus/math.html

Keyboarding

abcya.com/keyboard.html

www.learn2type.com/TypingSites

Welcome to Resource!

Ask your child to show you one thing they learned today! 


I would love to hear from you!
If you'd like to contact me, you can e-mail me at

debra.thonen-schaefer@ops.org

or you can call #402-554-8690

IEP Information

What is an "IEP"?   
An IEP is an "Individual Education Plan" that we develop to meet your child's individual needs. Your child's IEP will be updated each quarter, so that you will know how your child is progressing.  I will send the IEP Progress Report home at the same time as your child's report card. We will also meet at least once during the school year to review the IEP and make any needed changes for the upcoming school year.  If you have any questions or concerns about your child's progress, please contact me. 

         

State Standards

What are Nebraska State Standards?

The curriculum your child is expected to master for their grade level.

Your child's IEP objectives correspond to these standards. 

If you would like a list of the Standards for your child's grade level, please let me know.  You may also ask the regular classroom teacher for a copy.

              

You can also find them on the following website:

www.education.ne.gov/read/

StudentFriendlyStandards/