Quick Links

Below you will find free online resources designed to help parents help their students work through new, more rigorous standards.

Grade-Level and Instructional Resources for Parents
Click HERE to access Parent Guides to the New Standards, online textbook and curriculum resources as well as instructional videos for you to use at home.

Interactive Resources for Students includes hundreds of interactive resources to support student learning in language arts, mathematics, science and civics.

Understanding New Assessments and Accountability
Click HERE for information on statewide and district assessments.
Click HERE for information on Florida's school grading system.

Parent Resources

Evaluating School Options
School choice requires some homework. Here are some tips.

i-Ready Introduction Video (English) (Spanish)
Watch the short video above to learn more about i-Ready and how it is used in OCPS.

Get Microsoft Office
OCPS Students and Staff can download Microsoft Office for free as long as they are students or employees.

Everything you need to know about 1:1 digital learning in Orange County schools. Also explore our Digital Learning FAQ.

Parent Academy Modules
Learn about a variety of topics including the new Florida Standards, the Florida Standards Assessment and digital resources for students and parents.

Social Media Awareness Program  
Frequently asked questions answered about the district's social media monitoring program.

Support for ESE Parents 
Peer support, resources, and information

Get text messages from district, schools 
Parents who have their cell phone numbers on file at their child's school can receive text messages. See these FAQs.

Student Resources

Act 4 Change 

Campaign to stop bullying

Code of Student Conduct

Cyber Safety

Dress Code

Graduation Requirements

Orange County Library System

SAT Preps

Khan Academy Logo

Scholarship Information

Social Media Awareness Guidelines

Student Health

Learn about resources available for students, including immunizations, clinics, vision care and more.

Student Progression Plan

SpeakOut Hotline

800.423.8477 - Gives students a voice in the fight against school violence and crime.