Parent Resources & Links

Student Links- Adults are responsible for determining appropriateness of all sites before using with children. Due to the changing nature of the Internet, we cannot be held responsible for non-functional or inappropriate sites although every effort is made to only include child-friendly sites. Links are listed with those specifically for younger children appearing first and those for all or older students appearing toward the end of the list.


An Overview of the Special Education Process

New IEP Video Available Online

A new DVD that provides an overview of the individualized education plan process is now available for families and professionals. A copy of the DVD was mailed to each administrative unit's special education department. You can also view the video online at the link below.

This video is unique in that it includes personal tips and comments from professionals, parents and students in addition to the narrative information which reviews the legal requirements of the process. It is helpful for families and professionals, alike, in understanding the special education process.

Watch the IEP video: English | Spanish


Parent Resources


Other Resources

Language Arts for Children

Math for Children

Science for Children

Social Studies for Children

The Arts for Children

Summer Activities for Students:

General Links

Books and Resources for Parents and Students

They Say My Kid's Gifted. Now What? by F. Richard Olenchak Published by the National Association for Gifted Children
The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide-For Ages 10 and Under by Judy Galbraith, M.A. Published by Free Spirit Publishing
The Gifted Kids' Survival Guide-A Teen Handbook by J. Galbraith, M.A. and J. Delisle, Ph.D. Published by Free Spirit Publishing
When Gifted Kids Don't Have All the Answers by J. Delisle, Ph.D. and J. Gablbraith, M.A.