Volunteer/ Voluntarios /Volontè yo
Our doors are always open for you to visit or volunteer at Lake Alfred Polytech Academy.
La información de como hacerse voluntario se encuentra en el sitio web de la escuela o
Ou kapab jwenn enfòmasyon konsènan volontè yo nan sit entènèt lekòl la oswa nan
Accessing your child’s student information and grades is as easy as 1-2-3.
Acceder a la información estudiantil y a las calificaciones de su hijo/a es tan fácil como 1-2-3.
Antre nan enfòmasyon ak nan nòt pitit ou fasil tankou w t’ap konte 1-2-3.
If your child needs to miss school, for any reason, please use this form for pre-arranged absences.
Click the following links for more information
Parent Guide – Forms and Documents
TCI History Alive- Social Studies book– https://student.mypolkschools.net/
Students log in through their student portal and click on the TCI link to go directly to their textbook online. Students can have the book read to them in English or Spanish. Teachers may also assign parts of a lesson to be completed online as well.
Writing Process- http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/677/01/
Does your child need a boost in his writing- worried about the FCAT Writes? This site has some great free tutoring online that you and your child can work together on to get that writing into tip top shape in no time!
Middle School Reading Apps and Websites-
There’s no question middle school can be a big hurdle for readers; students’ skills can stagnate and never recover. Thankfully, there’s some terrific tech out there to help support students’ growth — everything from diagnostic tools to reading communities and eReaders.
Khan Academy- https://www.khanacademy.org/
Khan Academy has lessons on Math, Science, Economics and Government. Signing up is free and for every lesson you complete you earn badges. You can start with basic addition and subtraction and work your way through calculus.
This link includes information on how parents can get involved, even if they cannot make it to the school. There is also information about homework, parent conferences, television, computers, and testing.