Welcome, Parents!

This year, your child is using Classworks in their classroom!

Helping your student become a critical thinker and an independent learner is our number one goal! What is Classworks? Classworks is an online math, reading, English language arts and science assessment and instruction program for students in grades K - 8. We help teachers provide continuity of learning for your students whether they are learning at home, in person, or a combination of the two.

An individualized classroom for your child

We provide the engaging and challenging reading and math lessons your student needs to master to be more successful during the school year. Classworks automatically provides a learning path for your student based on their assessment results. The instruction targets the skills your student needs to focus on to help them get on, and stay on, the path to grade level success. Lessons are infused with activities and games, motivating and engaging students to master necessary skills.

What can you do to support learning at home?

Teachers may assign Classworks lessons as homework. Their school should provide you with the student login information and instructions on how to complete assignments. To ensure that the device they are using meets the minimum specifications needed for Classworks, click the "Check System" link on their Classworks student login page.

Provide a quiet learning environment for your student to work on lessons. Ask them to show you any badges or trophies they've earned using their My Scores dashboard!  

Here are some resources and videos to help you support students using Classworks at home.

Parent tips to support students using Classworks!

How can you track a student's progress?

Keep track of your student's progress in Classworks with the My Scores dashboard! When a student is logged into Classworks they can navigate to their My Scores dashboard to get a shareable link. This link is good for the entire year. Bookmark it to see what your child is working on and how they are performing in each subject.  

Learn more about My Scores.

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