Forest Dale



Read Across America Day!


Everyday Mathmetics Students can explore various math games, reference book, and family resource

Kindergarten Hour of Code

Hour of Code

How to Teach 1 Hour of Code

2 minute Introduction

9 minute Video

McGraw Hill

Presidents Day






Click the links below to meet your research and recreational reading needs.


Acceptable Use Policy

The Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) provides guidelines to help our students become effective and ethical users of electronic information.

Book Reviews ( fillable pdf document) 


Carmel Clay Public Library

Browse the CCPL catalog or use your library card number to access databases and free homework help. (Check out the gerbil cam, too!)

Declaration of Independence

Congress for Kids

Video link (

Dewey and the Alien - Walk with Dewy and the Alien, learn all about the Dewey Decimal system and why the non-fiction books are where they are!

Find a Great Book!

Check out this page for links to online books, YHBA books, series books, and more.  


H drive access

Do you want to work on a document on your H drive at home?  Follow these step by step instructions to make it easy.

  • Your H drive from home

    Links for Learning

    Need information for a research project?  Click for a list of online resources, kid friendly search engines, and copyright free pictures to include in your report.  Other links are organized by grade level.



    A Moodle provides a closed, online environment for learning and sharing.


    News articles perfect for young children to read and use critical thinking skills to analyze.

    December 3, 2013 schools in France

    December 3, 2013 cursive handwriting

    January 31, 2015 Civil Rights



    Do you need a photo or picture for your school project? Check out these copyright friendly sites.


    Professional Resources

    This page includes links for: 6+1 Traits, Balanced Literacy, Computer Station Activities,Copyright Free Images,Copyright Guidelines, Lesson Plans, Leveled Books, and Reading Resources.

    Read Write Think website

    Want to write an acrostic poem, type a formal letter, send a postcard or learn how to take notes!


    Safari Online Videos

    Search the database for videos to meet your curriculum needs.  (Safari is available from school only.)


    Tween Tribune

    Students can read a brief "tween" friendly newspaper article. Then write a brief summary of the article, citing evidence from the text, stating their opinion and finally uploading comments. All comments must be approved by an admisitrator.

    Exit slip


    Media Center Activities

    Web Quests

    NCAA Challenge