School Closure Title 1 Parent Resources
During our school closure, our goal is to prevent learning loss. Please access our weekly Title 1 Parent Resource Letters here.
Searching for help making a daily plan for your family? Ms. Pennings, one of our Learning Center teachers, created this document to help families with creating a schedule that works for them! Please make a copy and edit for your family. Directions for how to make a copy are included in the document.
At Washington Elementary we work to ensure that all students become proficient readers and writers. We strive to meet the needs of every child and ensure that along their journey into becoming literate citizens, our students have opportunities to read and write for enjoyment and purposes that matter to them!
Throughout the school year, our teachers use assessment data to monitor progress and drive instructional goals. We recognize that literacy aquisition is personal; all students grow and change as readers and writers on their own timeline. We are prepared to provide intervention for students who may need extra support in the process of learning to read and write.
Should your child be a student who qualifies for reading support, we will contact you directly. Please visit our Literacy Intervention page often for parent resources related to reading and writing, as Family Literacy Night presentations!
Helpful Websites for Parents and Caregivers:
Visit these websites for tips on how to help your children develop a lifelong love for reading and writing!
Brightly is a great resource for parents. Search by interest, age and topic.
Reading Rockets is a national project designed to share research based strategies, tips and information on helping young readers for teachers, parents and all involved stakeholders.
Readwritethink.org is an organization with the mission of providing teachers, parents and afterschool providers with information on best practices in literacy instruction. Access this page for a wealth of free materials and ideas for helping your child!
Reading Behaviors by Level: Information about the types of behaviors expected from readers at various Fountas and Pinnell reading levels!
Curious about fluency? Click on the document below for some tips and information.
Check out our presentations from Literacy Events!
Please access this document to see Reading Level Correlations.
If you missed our Lunch and Learn on June 12th, please access our presentation here!