Middle School to Career Resources
Does your student know what their career goals are? Engaging your student in career exploration in middle school is a great way to get your student serious about their future career goals and how they can achieve them.
Free math tutoring sessions for patrons of any age group that need tutoring with math classes or homework! Our BiblioTech tutors will monitor patrons while they work and study math materials and answer any questions that arise
This site offers interactive videos that teach Algebra, Geometry and other Advanced Math topics. Other topics include Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
Great Websites for Kids is a compilation of exemplary websites geared to children from birth to age 14.
This glossary is helpful to parents in exploring and understanding mathematics vocabulary used in the K-8 math TEKS.
Here are 10 ways to keep your child on track for academic success in middle school.
Learn about the 300 plus programs across the Alamo Colleges, grouped into 6 institutes. Career Investigation -This newspaper encourages students to create a graduation plan based on learning styles, personal interests and future goals. This tabloid is based on the 16 career clusters and lays out graduation plans for Texas Students.
Find your interests in the Texas Career Check Interest Profiler
View high school endorsement areas and how they connect to careers
Find useful tools identifying career clusters and what careers match your skills. Students can also watch career videos, look up hot jobs for the future, and perform career searches on what interests them.
Explore a collection of videos of many different careers. Videos include career details such as tasks, work settings, education needed, and more.
Lots of students are just figuring out things in middle and high school. Have your student take this fun quiz to help them think about what they’re interested in and what they’re good at.
Financial Awareness Resources
Social and Emotional Suport Resources
Take a peek at the number of changes that 11- to 13-year-old children go through.
Children become increasingly competent at adult-style thinking during the "tween" years. Learn more.
In caring schools, a critical connection has been made between students’ academic achievement and their need to feel safe, accepted, and valued.
Social, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges
For the first time ever, 15 nonprofit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey.