Online High School Resources
Tonasket School District
Students have access to the following resources. Their Chromebooks already provide them access to these resources.
Pearson is our online ELA curriculum.
Newsela is an online news-as-literacy platform that features high-interest articles on everything from current events to myths and legends and from literature to science. Content is updated daily, with stories from a wide range of sources (from the Associated Press to Scientific American to the Washington Post) in English and also often in Spanish.
Topics run the gamut from pop culture to roller derby and Minecraft, and they touch on subjects that encourage cross-curricular reading, such as DNA testing, global women's rights, living conditions in Syria, and travel to Mars. All articles are available in five Lexile levels, ranging (roughly) from third to 12th grade. Each leveled text features a quiz tailored to that particular article plus a writing prompt that asks students to write and respond to what they've read.
You can access BOOKS, so many books--both regular e-books AND audiobooks. You can access magazines--TONS of magazines and lots of back issues, even. You can access FOR FREE the Consumer Reports and New York Times.
AND, you can access some amazing resources INCLUDING Rosetta Stone FOR FREE FOREVER!!!! You can learn a language :)
Here is the link to read about how to apply for the E-CARD:
Our adopted math curriculum is online. Some students will have online accounts already set up. Within the CPM site students have access to student lessons/units, homework and homework help.
Parent Support (All chapters have examples, practice problems, and answers. Printable. Available in English and Spanish)
Khan Academy Schedules
This is an awesome sample of a schedule of what students can do at home, AND it includes the links for KHAN math at the different levels and even subject levels at the HS!!
Is a free graphing and teaching tool for math. In addition to plotting equations, classroom activities are available to help students learn about a variety of math concepts. For example, students can learn how to transform periodic functions by trying to slide marbles through points on a graph.
Desmos teamed with CPM and offers activities linked to lessons
This is the site through Khan that offers individualized lessons based on a students math scores