Regional Meeting for Parents:
Strategies to Improve Reading for K-3 Students

The Mississippi Department of Education will host regional meetings across the state for parents of students in kindergarten through grade 3. At the meetings, parents will receive an overview of the state law concerning literacy and assessment, as well as strategies that can be used at home to help student improve their reading skills.  Please consider attending the meeting scheduled for our region!

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 in Oxord, MS
Oxford Conference Center
102 Ed Perry Blvd.
Oxford, MS 38655

 

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Common Core Elementary Supplies / Pre-K Supplies
Common Core Common Core
Edmodo Edmodo
Accelerated Reader Book Find
Pearson Realize
Pearson SuccessNet
Accelerated Reader
MS K-3 Assessment Support
Move to Learn

 

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