For Parents of Students in Grades K, 1, and 2

Our school has purchased Reading Eggs/Eggspress accounts for all students in grades K, 1, and 2.  Reading Eggs as a unique online world where children learn to read. It supports each child’s learning by offering individual, one-on-one lessons that allow children to progress at their own rate.  Many of the students already know their username and password.  If not, please ask your child's teacher for your child's username and password.  You can access Reading Eggs by clicking on the following link:

Learning to read

Learning to read is an important skill for all children. And we wanted to make it an enjoyable experience for children as well. Children love working and playing on the computer and the Reading Eggs programme is all about bringing out the best in each child.

Educationally sound

The program has been developed by a highly experienced team of educational teachers, writers and developers. The Reading Eggs programme focuses on a core reading curriculum of phonics and sight words using skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success. It completely supports what children learn at school and will help to improve your child’s results at school.

Children love it!

With interactive animations, fun games, great songs and lots of rewards, Reading Eggs is a great place to learn to read. Children are highly motivated to return again and again. At Reading Eggs, learning to read is enjoyable as well as very rewarding. Every lesson ends with a new book and a new critter to add to your growing collection.

Reading Eggs Parents Brochure


For Parents of Students in Grades 3, 4, and 5

Our students are learning a variety of technology skills to prepare them for the real world. We have introduced Digital Citizenship, continually practicing our typing skills, learning about computer programming and coding games from, taking Virtual Field trips all over the world using Google Maps, creating digital storybooks using Google Slides and building website using Google Sites (Student Portfolio's) just to name a few. We are very proud of how tech savvy our Arkansas students are and we encourage parents to work with them outside of school. Ask your student what they are learning in Technology.