Parent Resources

Parent Resources

Welcome to Naval Air Station Fallon's
School Liaison Officer Parent Resources Page

Michele Taylor, NAS Fallon School Liaison Officer

Contact Numbers: 775-240-4160
Email: FALNSLO@navy.mil

Following are a few links for our military families:

 

 

 

Parent and Family Resources

Department of Education Parent Involvement and Family Engagement Resource

Reading with your child at home. This is a great link with tips on reading with your child 0-9 years old at home. There are also some fun activities and games for your child to do!

This math link is designed for GRADES K-8. This comprehensive math resource contains hundreds of pages of basic math skills and randomly-created interactive practice activities.

Help struggling readers link. Very useful website with tips and videos.

FUN SCIENCE! This link will lead you to LOTS of fun science you can do at home with your child!

Awesome site for those with middle-schoolers! This site has so many tips for both the middle-schooler and the parent! Staying focused, getting organized, study tips, surviving homework without tears!

Homework help! This link is full of useful information! Discovery Education offers Free student resources that bring learning to life both inside and outside the classroom. We invite you to take a look at our interactive games, videos, contests, virtual labs, and activities designed to help you dive deeper into a topic -- and have fun too!

Help your child do better in school - great link, lots of useful information.

Math Worksheets. Use these math worksheets to make the subject more interesting for younger students.

Helping your student succeed in high school and beyond.

Tips on How to be a Successful High School Student.

FAFSA Free application for Federal Student Aid

Eureka Math - Support for Parents - Communication to involve families in children's education.

Family Tip Sheets:  Here you will find helpful information on Social Media, Sexting/Photographs, Cyber-bullying, Digital Footprints/Photo Sharing, Privacy, Time Management, Video Games, Advice by Age, Selfie Culture, Kids as Coders, and Technology that meets unique needs.