- Carline Management
- Digital Sign In-Out
- Pickup Slips & Attendance
- You will now be able to sign your scholar in and out of our program in the
- convenience of your vehicle and smartphone via the new ORYDS app. Look for
MangaHigh.com is a game-based learning site in which students play math games as a fun way to learn new concepts and apply knowledge. Games cover certain learning topics and are sorted by ability and grade level. They are designed to adapt in difficulty to the ability of the student, keeping the student in their zone of proximal development. Mangahigh’s educational content is based on the common core.
Lexia® PowerUp Literacy® accelerates literacy gains for students in grades 6–12 who are at risk of not meeting College- and Career-Ready Standards. Proven to be up to five times as effective as the average middle school reading intervention, PowerUp enables students to make multiple years of growth in a single academic year.
Designed to respect the time and maturity of the adolescent learner, PowerUp immerses students in an age-appropriate learning experience that is tailored to their individual strengths and weaknesses. PowerUp’s adaptive instructional model maximizes student learning and provides motivational tools to minimize the time required for students to start mastering grade-level skills.
Integrated Health Curriculum
ORYDS developed an Integrated Health Curriculum to address nutrition, health, and wellness. Students are provided with a healthy breakfast, lunch and snack using the MyPlate.gov menu. We have partnered with the Providence YMCA in Kansas City, KS to provide weekly differentiated swimming lessons for our students. “Kids in the Kitchen” is a program where students learn about nutritional foods and how to prepare healthy foods and snacks. Physical fitness activities are crucial to our bodies and overall healthy well being. ORYDS provides an array of playground activities and sports for all students to enjoy and participate.
Mindfulness Character Education Awareness
This is a character education program that we use to teach the qualities of good character and ethics. We also discuss self-esteem and anti-bullying issues with the children.
Oak Ridge Empowerment Zone
Chess has long been regarded as a game that can have beneficial effects on learning on development, especially when it is played from a young age. At Oak Ridge, our students learn how to play chess and they have the opportunity to compete with each other. Our Chess Club has proven to be a success and it has made an educational impact on some of the students.
Some of the benefits include:
- Learn to engage in deep and thorough chess research which will help them build their confidence in their ability to do academic research.
- Help children gain insights into the nature of competition which will help them in any competitive endeavor.
- When youngsters play chess they must call upon higher-ordered thinking skills, analyze actions and consequences and visualize future possibilities.