Hello Chávez Cougars,
Here you will find a wealth of information for academic supports. Please click on all of the links provided and reach out if you have any questions.
Oceanside Library is offering free academic help. Please see the flyer for more information.
For students in grades K-8, we have in-person Homework Helpers one day a week at two of our locations with both adult and teen volunteers. It is entirely drop in, no prior registration is required.
Tuesdays from 4-6 pm: Civic Center Library (330 N. Coast Hwy)
Thursdays from 4-6pm: Mission Branch (3861 Mission Ave)
Additionally, for those who can’t make it to those times or who want more practice, we have online database HelpNow. A live tutor is available 24/7 on HelpNow and it can be accessed from our Library website. It has resources from grades K-college and is available in English and Spanish. Some of the popular sections in HelpNow include the Writing Lab (students get feedback on their essays), SkillSurfer (tutorials organized by grade and subject), and FlashBulbs (flashcards and games).
Also, our newest Library location is open at John Landes Community Center (2855 Cedar Road) and is open M-F 9am-6pm.
TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR GRADES
1. Go to office hours and get help from your teachers.
2. Email your teachers if you think that an assignment did not submit or if you submitted an assignment and it is still marked as "missing" or a zero
3. Check your Aeries grade book every day or at the end of the week to look at your grades, if you have concerns, contact your teachers.
4. Go to virtual tutoring for more support.
5. Contact your counselor if you need additional help staying organized, study skills, or if you are feeling overwhelmed.
Use Study Stack to review and study for all subjects.
Student Support Services
PASS (Promoting Achievement and Student Success) - Our PASS AmeriCorps members support the character development of their students and encourage them to become positive leaders in their school communities (referral needed).
Itv Home Study Hall is here, on ITV!
Encourage your students and parents to watch these incredible series together (maybe even during dinner) and reinforce classroom learning! Weeknights at 6:00 pm ITV is airing engaging programs that correspond to middle school and high school core curriculum.
Monday - Western Traditions - Whether your student is studying Ancient Civilizations or European History, this series covers it all..and it’s fun to watch! Visualize the ancient world through the age of technology, with a tapestry of political and social events woven with many strands — religion, industry, agriculture, demography, government, economics, and art. A visual feast of over 2,700 images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art portrays key events that shaped the development of Western thought, culture, and tradition.
Tuesday – The World of Chemistry- Chemistry is hard! Help your student with extra instruction and discussion. Join with experts to observe chemistry in action and learn the laws and principles of this dynamic field. Computer technology and special effects place students in a front-row seat to observe many processes, even those that are too dangerous or impractical to experience directly. Working industrial and research chemists of all backgrounds serve as role models.
Wednesday – Rediscovering Biology - Be the teacher’s pet! This recently produced series explains the latest great advances that have been made in the field of biology in recent decades. Rediscovering Biology: Molecular to Global Perspectives explains these developments for teachers of high school biology and your student too.
Thursday – English Composition: Writing for an Audience - This engaging series illustrates many types of writing styles and includes interviews with notable writers from various fields. Universal writing rules and tips are great for both middle and high school students.
Fridays - no study hall!
Also, every night on ITV the Spanish instructional drama series Destinos. At 9:00 pm
For more Information contact ITV @ (858) 292-3505