|MOBYMAX||(choose student/ river oaks academy) Students 3rd -8th (Username/password will be provided by coaching teachers)|
|KHAN ACADEMY||(Math/ELA K-12th/some high science) (FREE)|
|MYSTERY SCIENCE||(K-5) Username: firstname.lastname@example.org Password: riveroaks|
|PH SCHOOL||(6-12) Online quizzes, resources and pearson textbooks|
|WEEKLY STUDIES||(K-8) social studies/science Login: email@example.com Password: riveroaks|
|BRAIN POP||Username: riveroaksacad Password: brainpop|
|READING EGGS||(K-2) (by request)|
|STAR FALL||Reading (FREE)|
|ED HELPER||(K-12) worksheets/readers/book studies Username: MICHAL.ROSENBLUM@ROAVC.COM Password: D6131767|
|SPELLING CITY||(Spelling/vocab. 2nd-5th) (for logins ask your coaching teacher)|
|WeVIDEO||Video making resource (FREE, pay to upgrade)|
|GENERATION GENIUS||Online Science Videos and Lessons Login Username: MichalRosenblum Password: River8Oaks!|
|EPIC||(K-8) readers/books/audio books. email Michal.firstname.lastname@example.org to get a students account (class code: grc4561)|
|PEARSON SAVVAS||(interactive science K-8) Username: SCmiddle2020 Password: riveroaks123!|
- https://www.youcubed.org/ (Math Jo Boaler)
- https://play.prodigygame.com/ (Math game 2-5)
Additional Free Online Resources:
- Go to www.twinkl.com/offer and enter the following offer code: USATWINKLHELPS (This code will only work for new memberships.
- https://www.ck12.org/browse/ (all subjects K-12)
- http://www.openculture.com/freeonlinecourses (free college courses to HS students)
- Coursera: Every course on Coursera is taught by top instructors from world-class universities and companies, so you can learn something new anytime, anywhere. Hundreds of free courses give you access to on-demand video lectures, homework exercises, and community discussion forums. Paid courses provide additional quizzes and projects as well as a shareable Course Certificate upon completion.
- * Discovery Education: Discovery Education is the global leader in standards-based digital curriculum resources for K–12 classrooms worldwide. We are the home to award-winning digital textbooks, multimedia content, and the largest professional development community of its kind.
- * PAST Foundation STEMStreaming: To support virtual education and distance learning, PAST created STEMStreaming. STEMStreaming is a wealth of teacher and parent resources that can help you get started. These PAST developed resources have been used by thousands across the world.
- * Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants: Exploring By The Seat Of Your Pants aims to inspire the next generation of scientists, explorers and conservationists. We do this by bringing science, exploration, adventure and conservation into classrooms through virtual speakers and field trips with leading experts across the globe. Since starting in September 2015 we've run well over 1,000 live events and connected hundreds of thousands of students to scientists and explorers in over 75 countries. Best part of all, it is and always will be 100% free for classrooms everywhere!
- * Exploratorium: The Exploratorium isn't just a museum; it's an ongoing vastexploration of science, art, and human perception. Explore our vast collection of online experiences to feed your curiosity and education resources supporting online teaching and learning.
- * Project Gutenberg: Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online. You will find the world's great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired.
- * Audible Online: Free online audio books for kids.
- * Project LIT/Vocabulary.com: Project LIT Community — a grassroots network of book groups that aims to get students excited about reading by highlighting diverse, high-interest, culturally relevant books. Project LIT provides reading lists for middle and high school students.
- * Open Culture: Take online courses from the world's top universities for free. Below, you will find 1,500 online courses from universities like Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Oxford and more. You can use this collection of online courses to learn everything you want--from history, philosophy and literature, to physics, biology, psychology, and computer science.
- * Free Rice: Hosted by the United Nations World Food Programme, Free Rice provides vocabulary and math fact practice paired with World Food Program incentivizing through food donations.
- Homeless Education Program Brochure
- Your Students Rights/Los Derechos de Su Estudiante
- West Ventura County Homeless Resources
- 211 Mental Health Resources
- VCOE Homeless Family Resource list
- VCOE Foster Youth Resource list
- Local Resources and Services
The mission of the Ventura County Office of Education Homeless Education Program (HEP) is to help children and youth experiencing homelessness improve their academic skills and to reduce the educational barriers they face. Through collaboration with the local district McKinney–Vento liaisons we strive to ensure that student supports are equitable throughout the county.
RIGHT TO REMAIN IN YOUR SCHOOL OF ORIGIN
You have the right to stay in the same school after you move to a new foster care placement. Your “school of origin” can be:
- The school you attended when you first entered foster care, The school you most recently attended, or Any school you attended in the last 15 months that you feel connected to.
- Your school district must work with you, your education rights holder,* your caregiver, and your social worker/probation officer to develop a plan to transport you to your school of origin.
- If you are transitioning from elementary school to middle school or from middle school to high school, you have the right to transition to the same school as your classmates.
- If there is any disagreement about which school you will attend, you have the right to stay in your school of origin until the disagreement is resolved.
RIGHT TO IMMEDIATE ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOL
You have the right to immediately enroll in your regular home school after you move placements.
You cannot be forced to attend a continuation school or other alternative education program, such as independent study, even if you are behind in credits or have discipline problems at school.
You have a right to immediately enroll in school and begin attending classes, even if you do not have the paperwork you would normally need for enrollment (such as birth certificate, transcript, or individualized education program) or you did not check-out from your previous school.
Your previous school must send your education records to your new school after you enroll.
You have the right to participate in any activities available at your new school, such as sports teams, tutoring, or after-school clubs, even if you miss a tryout or sign-up deadline.
RIGHT TO PARTIAL CREDITS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
If you change schools during the school year, you have a right to partial credits in all classes that you are passing when you leave your old school, even if you do not complete the entire class.
After you change schools, your new school must accept the partial credits issued by your old school.
After you change schools, you have the right to be enrolled in the same or similar classes you were enrolled in at your last school.
You cannot be forced to retake a class or part of a class that you have already completed with a passing grade, if it would make you off-track for high school graduation.
You have the right to take or retake any class that you need to go to a California State University or University of California.
Your grade cannot be lowered because you were absent from school for a court hearing, placement change, or a court-related activity.
You have the right to stay in high school for a fifth year to complete your school district graduation requirements, even if you are over 18.
If you are behind on your credits, and you transferred schools after 10th grade, you may be eligible to graduate under Assembly Bill (AB) 167/216 by completing only the state graduation requirements (130 credits in specific classes) instead of your school district’s requirements.
If you are eligible, the decision of whether to graduate under AB 167/216 is made by your education rights holder.
You have the right to have the application fee waived when you apply to a community college in California.
You have the right to receive the maximum amount of federal student aid and you may be eligible for up to $5,000 per year from the Chafee scholarship.
SCHOOL DISCIPLINE RIGHTS
You cannot be suspended for more than 5 school days in a row or for more than 20 days in a school year.
You have a right to be told why you are being suspended and the right to provide your version of events and evidence before you are suspended, unless there is an emergency. If the behavior for which you are being suspended could subject you to criminal charges, you should consult with your education rights holder or attorney before providing an oral or written statement to the school or police.
Your attorney and social worker must be invited to a meeting before your suspension can be extended beyond 5 days and a suspension can only be extended if you are being considered for expulsion.
You have a right to a formal hearing, and to be represented by an attorney at that hearing, before you are expelled.
If you are facing a possible expulsion, your attorney and social worker must be notified. If you are in special education, your attorney and social worker must be invited to a meeting to decide whether your behavior was related to your disability.
RIGHT TO YOUR SCHOOL RECORDS
You have the right to access your school records if you are16 years or older or have finished 10th grade.
Your social worker/probation officer and education rights holder can access your school records as well.
As a foster youth, you also have other rights that are not related to school, such as the right to see a doctor or to have private storage space. For more information, please see the Foster Youth Bill of Rights.
For more information visit Wellness Center
- How to Register for a Community College Course
- Reading Eggs Where Children Learn to Read Online
- Studysync Directions Part 6 - Theme & Writing
- Studysync Directions Part 5 - Semester Requirements
- Studysync Directions Part 4 - TV & Think Questions
- Studysync Directions Part 3 - Read
- Studysync Directions Part 2 - Intro
- Studysync Directions Part 1 - Login
- Moby Max Intro Video
- WELCOME TO ROA 2020-2021
- ROA 2020 VIRTUAL GRADUATION HD
- ROA - HIGH SCHOOL ORIENTATION
For All School Documents available in Governance page.