Distance Learning Opportunities
SOAR (Student Online Achievement Resources)
SOAR is an innovative program that makes it easy for parents to play an active role in their children's education. SOAR is designed for military families, and is easily accessible worldwide.
Students take an assessment aligned to state standards, and SOAR directs them to individualized tutorials to improve skills where needed. Parents can monitor their children's progress from anywhere, and are provided with resource materials.
Who is Eligible?
SOAR is designed for all military families world-wide and classmates of military dependents in schools servicing military installations, coast guard, reserves and National Guard families.
Region 20 and the Texas Education Agency provide a state-funded program for students in grades 3-8. Texas Success provides the state-funded program access to interactive math and reading programs for students in Texas public schools in the above mentioned grades.
Student Success in Math-Think Through Math (TTM) fosters the online interactive math program which includes live bilingual tutors who engage and assist students to strengthen their math concepts.
Student Success in Reading-Istation provides the online interactive reading program which includes engaging interactive content in a game-like format.
These engaging and interactive online programs support students at all skill levels and, most importantly, encourage and enable progress and achievement as students move through the activities and curriculum.
San Antonio Public Library (SAPL)
The San Antonio Public Library is available for all students. It will enable students to expand their learning through yearly programs offered at several locations throughout the city of San Antonio. The services provided are a beacon for education and information; a place that honors commitment to learning as a life-long process.
SAPL provides databases for study materials, tutoring services for K-12 students and parents, and live homework on-line for elementary through college students.