|Mabry Middle School|
Maximizing Student Achievement
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CRCT Online Assessment System - Use your Georgia Student Identification number (you can get this from your teacher) and your password is education. Practice CRCT online tests to prepare you for the "real deal". Make sure to turn off you pop up blocker to use this site.
Study Guides for CRCT for student use
Cobb Virtual Library - to use this resource request the user name and password from the Media Specialist.
My Skills Tutor - Click on this link to practice skills in math, reading and language arts. Your login is your first and last name without spaces. If you have never logged in before, leave the password blank, then type in your lunch code when prompted to set your password. If you have logged in before, your password is your lunch code. You can use this at home to improve your skills.
NetTrekker D.I. - a online resource available for all students when they register at school.
Picasso - PICASSO is a portal that provides differentiated information to CCSD staff, parents, and students.
History Matters - wonderful website to with history lessons and links.
Math Book Links -
For math resources use the link below:
To view your book in its entirety - click on this link - http://my.hrw.com/index.jsp
Then type in your user name and password:
Course 1 book (red) uses:User name: mabrymiddle6 Password: mathrocks
Science Book Links:
6th Science - User Name: 6mabry Password: chargers
Lexiles and Your Child:
As the end of the school year approaches, we all become concerned with the “summer slide”. The summer slide is an alarming trend in which students who do not read on a regular basis during the break fall behind in reading achievement. The Georgia Department of Education has launched READ GA to help prevent this ‘summer slide’ and to keep our students reading and learning.
Additionally, please encourage your students to use the public libraries in your area. Your school library media specialists may even have special summer hours for those students who do not have a public library nearby. The end of the school year is a busy time, but it is important to do all we can to make sure young people continue to learn and challenge themselves. We appreciate you joining our efforts to help students “Find-a-Book” and increase their reading skills. Thank you for helping make education work for all Georgia students.