Parent Resource Links
21st Century Parenting
Raising a child today can be very challenging. Advances in technology make it hard to keep up with all of the new opportunities for education, entertainment and communication - but it also bring about a new set of dangers and pitfalls. Learn more about issues like Cyber-Bullying, Sexting, Gaming, Online Predators and more at "NetSmartz 5", an online resource for parents and families.
"What Did You Do At School Today?"
A Parent's Guide to the Elementary School Curriculum
This curriculum guide is designed to help parents answer the age-old question, "What did you do at school today?â" An overview of the curriculum is presented by grade level with concrete examples of the skills and knowledge that students should master by the end of each school year.
This document reflects the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, the stateâ€™s standards that teachers must teach at each grade level. These are the standards that are assessed through our Granville County K-2 Assessments and End-of-Grade (EOG) tests in grades 3 through 6.
Tips for Parents of Young Readers
North Carolina School Report Cards
Just as student report cards provide parents with information on their child's performance, the NC School Report Cards offer a snapshot of some of the important information about individual schools. Governor Mike Easley, the State Board of Education, and State Superintendent June Atkinson are committed to ensuring that North Carolina's schools are preparing students for the demands of college and skilled work in the 21st Century.
To view the report cards by school or district, click here.
US Department of Education - Parent Resources
The federal government's website provides a variety of resouces aimed at helping parents guide their children toward success in school. Click here to access the website.
North Carolina Virtual Public Schools
North Carolina Virtual Public School fulfills that promise with an exciting way for students from all over the state to take high school and college preparatory classes online in a "virtual" learning environment.
Our high school students deserve the best education possible, no matter where they live, what their learning style is or what their circumstances are.
North Carolina Virtual Public School fulfills that promise with an exciting way for students from all over the state to take high school and college preparatory classes online in a "virtual" teaching environment.
All of our students, but particularly those in remote areas who might not be able to take all the courses they'd like, can now complete required or elective coursework and look forward to fulfilling college and career opportunities.