How Can I Help My Child at Home?
Wayland Union Schools
Wayland Union Schools offers access to several different programs that can keep students learning at home. Please read below to learn about the various programs. Usage may vary from grade to grade so please be sure to look at target audience and work with your child's teacher to maximize the benefit of each program.
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to IXL for students in grades 1-11 for standards based practice in Language Arts and Math.
Click here to visit IXL.com
The Information Place is a site that has been created and maintained by Librarians and Media and Technology Specialists at Wayland Union Schools. Each grade level has their own page and has a list of several websites that can be used by students to support learning.
Click here to visit the Information Place
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to Mathseeds for students in Kindergarten and 1st Grade. The program reinforces early numeracy and problem solving skills.
(Mathseeds is paid for with Title I funds and is only available for students at Baker Elementary)
Click here to visit Mathseeds.com
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to MobyMax in order to provide students in grades K-8 with support and additional practice in Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies.
Click here to visit MobyMax.com
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to Mystery Science to support science instruction in grades K-5. Students or parents should request a student link from their teacher to relevant lessons.
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to Reading Eggs for students in Kindergarten and 1st grade. The program reinforces early literacy skills.
Click here to visit ReadingEggs.com
Wayland Union Schools subscribes to Reflex Math to support students in increasing math fact fluency. Reflex math is utilized by students in grades 1-6.
Click here to visit ReflexMath.com
One of the best ways for parents to support kids at home is by fostering a love of reading! Make sure your child has access to a variety of books that they are interested in and can read. Our local public libraries are amazing resources. Our district has also been working on a project called Building a Community of Readers project to increase access to books by placing them in locations that our students visit or live close to. Check out the app linked below to find the locations of many Little Free Libraries in our community that provide a source of books for your child!
To access your child's login information for the programs listed above, please access the information on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Screenshots below will show you how to access the information.
If the login credentials in Infinite Campus do not work to log your child in, please contact your child's teacher or the Technology Helpdesk (email@example.com) for usernames and passwords for the various websites.