Parents As Partners
Sherry Cutright
Parent Involvement Coordinator

Parents are an important part of a child's education. Welcome to Scott County Schools and thank you for your continued partnership.  Below, please find information to help parents play an active role in their child's education.


How do I......?

From the link above you will see a feature of the Scott County Schools website which allows parents to ask important school-related questions.  The site provides additional information regarding school calendars, bus routes, meals, and student achievement. 

Student Services

From the link above you will find the Student Services website which provides specific informaiton related to school calendar, school boundaries, code of conduct, attendance, and student health.

Student Achievement

Click the link above to find out more about elementary and secondary curriculum as well as Response to Intervention (RtI).

Nutrition and Wellness

The Scott County Schools Department of Nutrition provide information about free and reduced meals for students, breakfast and lunch menus, and student meal account payments.

Helping Hands

Family Resource and Youth Service Centers break down barriers to education to help students be successful.  Contact your FRYSC for information about community resources, school supplies, and health/human service needs.

Elementary Newsletter, English Version

Elementary Newsletter, Spanish Version

Middle School Newsletter


Math Tip: Why should your child memorize times tables when the world is full of calculators?  Because math facts are the basis for higher math.  When students have to stop and calculate, they lose  their focus on the larger concept.  Knowing the facts will also give your child the confidence to try more advanced math.

Source: P. Lehner, "What is the Relationship Between Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching with Technology (FASTT Math) and Improved Student Computational Skills?: VA. Beach Public Schools,

Primary Reading Tip: Make sure your child has regular opportunities to find books she likes. Plan frequent trips to the library.  Sign up for summer reading programs.  Visit bookstores and reading websites.

Intermediate Reading Tip:  It's a good idea to preview educational websites when your child isn't nearby.  Then, when you hear, "Can I go online?" you'll be able to offer her some choices you like. 


1.  Learning games for K-8

2. Searchable by subject.

3. Phonics with comics.

4. Play with TV friends.

Source: L. Alphonse, "Top Ten Educational Websites for Kids," Work it, Mom!,