Parent Resources

Greetings Wildcat Parents,
Want some helpful information and resources to guide you in helping your child attain academic success? You have come to the right place. Here is a resource page created just for you! Click on the link below to start exploring the resources! 
Need a good book? No time to run to the library or bookstore? 
We invite you to check out Scholastic Literacy Pro for your child. Literacy Pro is a web browser-based program which assesses your child's reading ability and comprehension. The Literacy Pro library allows children to select from a collection of more than 2,000 eBooks with 24/7 access. Now in addition to your child accessing the app to read in school, they can also read at home, or wherever they choose, using the device of your choice. 

We hope you are ready to listen to or read a good book with your child today! To get started, visit West Newton's ClassLink app located under the Student Resource tab on our school's webpage: will need to enter your child's school login information to gain access. Please contact your child's teacher or Mrs. Scott with questions @ [email protected].
 Happy Reading!


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Tips for Success

Be generous with praise
Observe your child carefully and comment on the things that are done well. When you see an area that needs improvement, find a positive way to talk about it with your child.
Encourage "personal best"
Help your child by encouraging him or her to do the best in school and at home. Remember, "personal best" does not mean "perfect", and learning is not the same as high grades. Children, like adults, need the freedom to make mistakes and to learn from them.
Make learning a priority
Your attitude toward school attendance, education and involvement in the school makes a strong and lasting impression on your child. Show your child, by example, that learning is a priority.
Show interest in school work
  • Talk about school each day.
  • Ask to see classwork.
  • Have your child read aloud to you.
  • Read to and with your child from a variety of material in your first language.
  • Encourage your child to discuss new ideas and opinions.
  • Show appreciation for good efforts.


Schedule study time
Set up an area for homework away from noise and distractions. Post a family calendar that schedules school project deadlines, after-school activities, mid-term dates, exam periods and report card dates.