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Student and Parent Resources

ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Skyward Family Access
: (Allows you to check your student's grades and attendance plus contact teachers via e-mail).
  

Utah Futures:
Students receive a username and password from either their teacher or counselor during the school year. Your school counselor will be using this program to conduct your SEOP's both individually and collectively. If you have any further questions please contact your counselor.
    http://www.utahfutures.org


Riverton High School
(Feeder school of Oquirrh Hills Middle School)
     
www.rhs.jordan.k12.ut.us
    
JATC (Jordan Applied Technology Center): (An option for students to earn high school and college credit through Salt Lake Community College in the area of Career and Technical Education.)
    
http://www.jatc-wj.org/
  
Utah Students Connect:
Jordan School District and six other school districts have combined efforts to form a consortium called Utah Students Connect. The consortium will allow students in our district to enroll in online courses for original credit (not recovery or make-up credit).

BYU Independent Study: (An online option for students who need to make up deficient credit or work ahead on credits)
    http://ce.byu.edu/is/site/


Electronic High School: (EHS is a free on-line way for students to make up deficient high school credit or to work ahead on credits) 
     http://www.schools.utah.gov/ehs/

NCAA Clearinghouse: (Information on eligibility requirements to play Division I, NCAA sports)
     http://www.ncaa.org/

Utah Colleges: (Website with information and links to all of Utah's Colleges and Universities)
     http://www.higheredutah.org

Utah State Core Curriculum: (This website contains information about some of the tests students take in middle school and high school: CRT and DWA)
     http://www.meritsoftware.com/standardized_tests/UT.php


SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL RESOURCES


Jordan Family Center
(Classes offered for parents and students on: parenting, ADHD, study skills, grief, dealing with adolescence, etc.)  Schedules are available online or in the counseling center. Refer to the district web site for further information.
  
www.jordandistrict.org

Division of Youth Services (801) 269-7500 (Helps families in crisis, open 24-hours a day 7 days a week)
     http://www.youth.slco.org/

Internet Safety (Tips for parents on how to reduce internet crimes against children)
     http://attorneygeneral.utah.gov/905.html


Other Resources

ASCA (American School Counseling Association) national web page with helpful tips for parents and students  http://www.schoolcounselor.org/

UPP (Utah's Premium Partnership for Health Insurance) information on who qualifies for UPP and how to enroll if you qualify
    http://health.utah.gov/upp/

CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) a state health insurance program for children
    http://health.utah.gov/chip/

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