This page as well as its sub pages have been developed to provide important resources for teachers and students. Websites have been screened for their content, grade level appropriateness, clarity, and design. If you come across a particular resource or website that you believe should be added to our list, please make your suggestion(s) (include the URL address) known to the school or principal.
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Websites of a General Nature
National Driver Training Institute (NDTI)
- DriversEd.com is the drivers ed authority. Our courses are fast, fun, and fully approved. High-quality video and our own 3-D case studies make learning easy and enjoyable. Best of all, online signup and access from your computer, tablet, or mobile lets you control your own schedule! Note: This is an independent website and is not supported or endorsed by CCA.
- Due to skyrocketing tuition costs, the dream of a college degree is becoming out of reach for millions of students. We're building the solution -- the fastest and most inexpensive way to earn college credit.
- CCA has a site license for Enchanted Learning. If you do not have the username and/or pass-word, please call the school office.
- I Gotta Drive website offers a unique online training approach that gives students an opportunity to not only learn about driving but also the natural habitat and history of the various settings of the continental United States. Note: This is an independent website and is not supported or endorsed by CCA.
- Mrs. Mitchell's Virtual School is a website that helps you find other websites on a number of topics and subject matter. Just locate the topic or subject matter that you're interested in, let's say beavers, and bam! you'll be given 19 more sites on that topic. WOW! can it get any easier than this?
- Although its primary goal was to help assists students in math, the site has broaden that objective to include subject matter such as: Art History, Banking, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Astronomy, Health Care/Medicine, and much more, and it's absolutely FREE.
- This site empowers, encourages and inspires children to become leaders through volunteerism and community involvement.
- According to Bob Rankin of Ask Bob Rankin, Scribd is a type of social networking website that allows you to publish all kinds of documents and images to the web. It's great for people who have something to share with the world but don't have a website, technical skills or the patience to publish things in the traditional way.
National Driver Training Institute (NDTI)
- National Driver Training is like no other drivers ed school you may be considering. We’re not in this to make money. We are, in fact, a non-profit organization dedicated to making the American road a safer place for all of us. Our award-winning curriculum, live lectures, video presentations, online training and test-taking, behind-the-wheel training, interactive CD ROMs, toll-free tutor support team and collateral materials have made us a force in the industry since 1998 when we first opened our doors.
- This website was created by the combined effort of Brad Sheppard and Jasmine Chapgrar. According to the website's objective is to create content and games, 1) To add sound and visual effects to make learning fun and more memorable, 2) To design games with many difficulty levels so that players will continue to be challenged no matter how far they progress, 3) To provide games that will exercise players' brains. Great website.
- Teachers Pay Teachers is the world’s first and largest open marketplace for educators to buy, sell, and share their original resources. TpT helps teachers to teach at their best and provides a community where teachers succeed.
- Wonderopolis®, a place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages. Connecting the learning we do in our schools, our homes, and our communities, Wonderopolis walks the line between formal and informal education.
February is Black History Month
Black History month aka African-American History Month had its start in 1926 through the efforts of Historian Carter Woodson. Originally, the second week in February was chosen because of Abraham Lincoln's and Frederick Douglass' birthday. In 1976 the week's observance was expanded to the month of February. Below are several links that teachers and students can use.