Parent Resources

THE GEORGIA SLDS PARENT PORTAL The Georgia Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) is a free online tool developed by the Georgia Department of Education that helps States, Districts, Schools, and Teachers make data-driven decisions to improve student learning. Parents now have access to their children’s SLDS data through the SLDS Parent Portal. The SLDS Parent Portal is accessible to parents directly through their district’s student information system—that means no additional logins and passwords to remember! 

SLDS Parent Portal Guide

Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones) is a comprehensive assessment system spanning grades 3 through high school. Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Students in grades 3 through 8 will take End-of-Grade (EOG) assessments in each content area, while high school students will take End-of-Course (EOC) assessments for each of the eight courses designated by the State Board of Education.

*Parent Guide to EOC Brochure

*Parent Guide to EOG Brochure

Georgia Milestones End of Grade Study/Resource Guides  - The Study/Resource Guides are intended to serve as a resource for parents and students. They contain practice questions and learning activities for each content area. The standards identified in the Study/Resource Guides address a sampling of the state-mandated content standards.

*Grade 6 EOG Study/Resource Guide

*Grade 7 EOG Study/Resource Guide​​

*Grade 8 EOG Study/Resource Guide​​

POWERSCHOOL - Use this site to monitor your child’s academic progress and attendance. Be sure to also check the daily bulletin for school news.


USA Test Prep - Use this site to access a variety of tests, practice activities, games, benchmark results, and much more, designed to keep your child actively learning.

Lexile® Framework for Reading is an educational tool that links text complexity and readers’ ability on a common metric known as the Lexile scale. A student receives a Lexile reader measure as a score from a reading test; the Lexile measure describes the student’s reading ability. Books and other texts also have a Lexile measure associated with them, and this Lexile text measure describes the book's reading demand or difficulty.  When used together, these measures can help match a reader with reading material that is at an appropriate level of difficulty, or suggest how well a reader will comprehend a text.

GeorgiaStandards.Org allows parents easy access to information about the state’s standards. This web site also offers a variety of free resources to help you motivate and support your child’s curriculum at home while reinforcing the standards your child is working on in the classroom.

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