Pebble Go and Study Buddy Programs
A Study Buddy is a Nintendo DS-like hand-held tutoring device that teaches mini-lessons on Reading, Language Arts, Math, or Science for grades 1-5.
The devices are available for checkout from the parent facilitator at your child's school. You may check out a Study Buddy for 2 weeks and renew in order to experience various topics.
We recommend a student work on the Study Buddy under Parental Supervision if the child is a struggling reader. Most parents begin with just 20 minutes per session, 3 or 4 times each week, but you can set your own pace. Each topic aligns with SC State or Common Core Curriculum Standards.
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Pebble Go! Online Database
Does your child love to look at books about animals, people, and places? Would you like fun, safe, colorful activities you can share with your child at home or anywhere you are online? Now you have full access to all four Pebble Go databases which include activities for each entry and the ability to print pictures and citations for school projects. Have the world at your fingertips with PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next.
Click the image to GET STARTED! Or use the login information provided at the most recent UPLIFT session. Contact your school's Parent Involvement Facilitator or the District Parent Engagement Coordinator - Tangela Green - at 843-782-4522 x 3 for more information or assistance.
Acceptable Use Policies - Internet Safety
Parents, there is NO expectation of privacy on District computers, you and your child are subject to the Colleton County School District's Acceptable use policy which you are required to sign to allow your child to use District computers. These forms are typically sent home for signatures are the beginning of the school year and are also available in the following links. You will need Adobe Reader to view the files.
Your child's online safety is very important to us! All schools will provide instruction to students on Internet Safety in harmony with the federal Children's Internet Protection Act - MORE INFO ON CIPA HERE - and instruction for parents will be made available through the Parent Involvement Program.