This page is intended to provide useful educational links for teachers, students and parents of the Mid-Ohio Valley. To submit additional links, please contact Art Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download test results from all Washington County schools from the Ohio Department of Education's Web site. http://ilrc.ode.state.oh.us
Click here for information about the Washington County Report Card. This includes information on Belpre, Fort Frye, Frontier, Marietta, Warren, and Wolf Creek districts.
The Parent Mentor Program provides support & information to school districts and parents of children with disabilities or suspected disabilities from ages 3-21 in all Washington County schools. The Parent Mentor serves as a liaison between families and school district personnel to foster positive teamwork between parents and professionals. The Parent Mentor is a parent of a child with a disability. This is a FREE program funded by a grant from the Ohio Department of Education. Click for more information.
View the latest Wood County Report Card with information on each school's progress from the West Virginia Education Information System's Web site. http://wveis.k12.wv.us
Get information about the progess of Jackson County Schools by viewing their Report Card from the West Virginia Education Information System's Web site. http://wveis.k12.wv.us Find more information about West Virginia Schools at the West Virginia Department of Education Web site.
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Get information about the WESTEST, a statewide standardized test administered to West Virginia elementary, middle school, and high school students.
The Ohio Achievement Tests for grades 3-8 measures students on what they know about a variety of subjects. Click here for more information.
More information about the OGT (Ohio Graduation Test) is available through the Ohio Department of Education site.
Find out more information about the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test). Sign up or get more information about the ACT.
Confused about the differences between the SAT and ACT? Check out The Princeton Review Web site.
Have a student heading to college soon? Get more information about the FAFSA- Free Application for Federal Student Aid. U.S. Department of Education website.