A Message From Principal Kevin Nanney (3/23/2020)
I hope all is well and the craziness of the world is treating you well! Below you will find some information for an at-home learning program for your child. Please consider downloading the app or going to the website and printing the resources you may need. If you have any questions, please continue to reach out to your teachers for any and all questions you may have.
Kevin Nanney, Principal
Our i-Ready Family Center is available to any parent. We have been updating this with specific information on using i-Ready at home as a longer-term solution. you can send this Family Guide to parents to help them get set-up for i-Ready, learn how to support their students, and discuss data with their children.
As a reminder, all educators can go to www.i-ready.com/athome for free printable resources that are organized by grade level and can be downloaded and printed.
Parents can run this system check on their computer to ensure their computers can run the program: https://cdn.i-ready.com/systemcheck/. I am also linking our tech support page here: http://i-readycentral.com/articles/support/.
i-Ready is accessible on an iPad. Students will need the i-Ready for Students iPad app to access all i-Ready assessment and instruction on an iPad. The iPad app is free and available for download through the Apple App Store. Students must use i-Ready on iPads that are compatible with iOS 11 or above, such as the iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, or any other device that meets the requirements in the table below. Note that iPad minis are not supported and that the i-Ready app is not accessible on other tablets nor the iPhone. We officially support all iPad models that meet the following criteria:
- A6X Chipset or greater
- Supports iOS 11 or greater
- Screen resolution: 2048-by-1536 at 264 pixels per inch (ppi)
- Screen diagonal of 9.7 inches