COVID19 School Closure Resources

Parent Resources. March 27, 2020
Internet Information

Internet Access for Students: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has launched the Keep Americans Connected Pledge, which many broadband carriers have signed. For the next 60 days, its core provisions will:

  •    not terminate service to any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic;
  •    waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic; and
  •     open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them
  •    Additionally, limited income households can apply for $5 to $10 per month internet access (AT& T Access,Cox Connect 2Compete, Centurylink Lif eline ). Charter Communication offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a subscription.  


Cox -

Century Link -

Charter/Spectrum - 

EATEL Student Lite Internet $25 per month     

Download speed up to 35 Mbps/Upload speed up to 5 Mbps, No Installation Fee, Priority Install, No Contract, No Data Caps


K-8 District Curriculum Resources


Speech/Language Information


Parents of School-Age Children who Stutter, Don't Panic

This timely video helps parents of school-age children who stutter focus on the most important aspects of their child's communication during this time when they are home from school during this period of uncertainty. This is a first in a series of videos for parents from Stuttering Therapy Resources. Subscribe and stay tuned!


For Parents of Preschoolers who Stutter: Don't Panic - YouTube

This timely video (part 1 in a series) helps parents of preschool children who stutter understand what they are observing in their child's communication.


Parents: DOs and DON'Ts

Parents want to know how to help their children who stutter. Dr. Yaruss explains what not to do, but more importantly what to do to support children who stutter.


for Parents of School Aged Children | Stuttering Foundation: A Nonprofit Organization Helping Those Who Stutter

For children who stutter, summer break can be anything but a vacation. Here is a list of summer camps and...

Slow Stretched Speech -

Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children Who Stutter Working with Your Fluency Speak Freely © 2007 25 NOTES: _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children Who Stutter

Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children Who Stutter Working with Your Stuttering 16 Speak Freely © 2007 Easy Stuttering is another option you ...

Light Contact Student Weblink -

Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children Who Stutter Working with Your Fluency Speak Freely © 2007 37 NOTES: _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Resources  April 3, 2020
Speech and Language Links

Creating Fillable PDF Documents
April 24, 2020
Louisiana Department of Education--- Information for Parents

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Louisiana AEM (Accessible Education Materials)
Parental Resources to Support Students at Home
Accessible Materials for ELA Guidebook Lessons
Louisiana AEM Professional Resources List
Free Webinars to help with Online Learning
May 1, 2020

Moderate/Severe/Profound Disabilities-- Parents and Teachers

Teacher Resources 
For Parents and Teachers
Supports for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Supports for Visually Impaired
Enrichment and Gifted
Talented Arts Support
May 8, 2020
K-2 Parents
Free Resources for Reading
Read Alouds
Students with Dyslexia

Reading Bear targets learning letter sounds, provides videos and quizzes- Reading Bear

Educational games targeting grammar, spelling, sight words, and other word skills-

 Room Recess

Read Theory focuses on reading comprehension and allows parents to set up free accounts and track their child's progress. It offers leveled reading passages and quizzes regarding passages. Read Theory

This website is packed with games that focus on helping children learn grammar, spelling, sight words, and other word skills. This website is fun for students of all levels. Room Recess

This website offers basic reading and math practice activities that include phonics, word sounds, and basic spelling within the K, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade level. Starfall

This website allows parents to sign up multiple children, and decide if they want the site to be password protected. Each child gets to create a monster that they teach to read by going on adventures. The online version is offered at no charge. Teach Your Monster to Read


TIP: When your child is watching their favorite show or when the family is watching a movie, try putting on the Closed Caption feature (CC). Students are highly motivated by the captions and it gives students access to seeing words as they are being spoken.


Speech and Language Resources


Expressive and Receptive Speech and Language Resources



May 15, 2020
Teacher/Parent  Resources

Literacy Resources





Math Resources (Many thanks to George Mason University’s TTAC for these resources)



Occupational/Physical Therapy Resources


Sensory/Self-Regulation Resources

Sign Language Resources


Social/Emotional Resources

Professional Development Resources for Teachers
Reading Professional Development
Tips and Advice for Teaching Remotely