Student Resources and Support
Here is a selection of resources that students and families may find helpful. Please note that inclusion on this list is not an endorsement. Further, links sometimes change. As with all internet usage, please use care in visiting sites.
Find a Book
Lexile Book Finder: Parents can use this resource to identify books that will appropriately challenge your child’s skills and spark their interest. For students in grades 1 through 7, your Lexile score will appear on your MAP report, which will be included with your end-of-year report card. Parents can also complete a brief online survey to help identify reading options. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Find a Book” to begin your search. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Reading Association Recommendations: Lists of books recommended by teachers as well as young readers themselves.
Student Assistance Program – Bully Form
Hawthorn’s Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides a comprehensive model for the delivery of K-8 prevention, intervention, and support services. SAP is designed to reduce student risk factors, promote protective factors and increase asset development. This site includes resources to support parents and students, including the Report a Bully form, which allows students and parents to anonymously report situations. Onlineschools.org has released a bullying and cyberbullying guide to provide information and resources to schools, parents, and students to better understand and help prevent bullying in schools and online.