Welcome to the Websites for Families Webpage. You will find a variety of information relating to parenting. Click on the link(s) below for more information.
- Carnegie Learning
Find out more how Carnegie Learning is raising students' math knowledge through classroom activities, software, and teacher professional development.
NetSmartz is parents' and guardians' premier, online resource for answering questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web.
- Plugged In Online
This website offers fresh movie reviews and pop culture insights. The views expressed on this website are not to be misconstrued as MMCS views. This website is to be used as an online reference.
- Mothers of Preschoolers
Where moms connect. This website offers insight and information regarding effective parenting. Although the views presented on this website are valuable, they are not the express views of MMCS.
- PBS Parents: Raising Girls
Grade Range: PreK, K-3, 3-5 Welcome to the secret world of girls. This new guide tells everything you want to know about girls' brains, bodies, friendships and more. It also offers strategies on how to help them grow up to be powerful, self-confident and self-aware. You go girl!
- National PTA Website
Parents play an essential role in learning. Assisting with homework and test preparation is one of the most important responsibilities parents have in their children's education. This site serves as a clearinghouse of ideas for how you can provide homework help and test prep assistance to your child to help ensure their success as a student.
- National PTA's Parents' Guide to Success Overview
- American Reading Company
Find out more about how our students are becoming independent readers at school and at home.
- Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)
PBS offers a wonderful website for families with timely topics such as: Child Development, Children and Media, Creativity, Early Math, Going to School, Raising Boys, Reading and Language, Talking with Kids, and Birthday Parties. Feel free to browse their site for helpful information. Enjoy!
This is the official site for current materials and resources related to the New York State Board of Regents Reform Agenda.
- National Association of School Psychologists
The range and depth of emotions each of us feel when we learn of horrific and tragic events, such as what occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, can be overwhelming. As parents, it can be difficult to know what to say to your child(ren) during a national tragedy like this. Above is a link with recommendations from the National Association of School Psychologists regarding talking to children about violence.