Parent & Student Links
This page includes links to support your children at home as well as information about educationally related
Accelerated Reader- take AR tests at home and rack up those points! You can also use this site to look up the reading level of a book.
Prodigy- this is an engaging online resource for students to practice math skills.
GO Math Think Central- this is the online component of our K-5 math curriculum. Please contact your child's teacher for username and password.
Help Counter- forget to sign out of your child's classroom? Need to log hours worked from home? We've got you covered! Log on to the CCCS Volunteer Help Counter from home. Contact the school office for the username and password.
Families That Can- become an advocate for charter school education! Learn all about the charter movement and how you can be involved in your child's education. Sign up to receive updates and information on local events.
California Charter Schools Association- answer any and all questions that you have about charter schools.
Scholastic Book Clubs-order books online with your child's unique classroom code and you will help your child's teacher get FREE books for the classroom!
Donor's Choose-check to see what materials teachers at CCCS are requesting and make a tax-deductible donation to help them get what they need. Spread the word!
Lexile Book Finder- find a book at your child's reading level. Search by genre and order right from your home.
i-ready- We offer research-based, classroom-proven programs that help educators effectively address the diverse needs of every student.
Kid Friendly Sites
The new Smarter Balanced Assessment as well as the 21st Century demand that students be proficient in keyboarding. Many parents are looking for resources to help their child practice keyboarding skills at home. The following websites are recommended to assist your child in acquiring valuable typing skills in an engaging manner.
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
This EdSource guide is helpful document to read in order to understand the new funding formula for California's public schools. Click here to view the document.
Smarter Balanced Assessment
Smarter Balanced Practice Tests
The purpose of the Practice Tests is to provide students, parents, teachers, school administrators, and the public the opportunity to experience features of online testing and help schools prepare for the implementation of the Smarter Balanced assessments. Further information and a link to the Practice Tests are available on the CDE Smarter Balanced Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/practicetest.asp.