Links for students
Websites below are frequently used by Stanbridge students. Click the titles to open websites in a new window. If there is a site that you would like to see listed, or to report a broken/outdated link, please email our webmaster.
BrainPop's animated shorts help to explain key concepts and ideas in all subjects. Activities, games and more are also on their site. Students can request their Login and Password from their teachers.
Channel One News
Channel One provides a daily online newscast by teenagers designed for junior high and high school students.
CNN 10 (formerly CNN StudentNews)
CNN 10 serves a growing audience interested in compact on-demand news broadcasts ideal for explanation seekers on the go or in the classroom.
Quality computer science education should be available to children worldwide. Code.org increases participation by women and underrepresented minorities.
The CogniTech Café (ATHelp.org)
This website aims to provide information and guidance to all who might benefit from the use of assistive technologies.
Kids Discover is an educational publisher that has been producing high-interest nonfiction reading for children ages 6-14 since 1991. Their website provides students access to the publication's entire library. (Password required; ask your teacher for access credentials)
K-8 students use Learning.com's "EasyTech" curriculum to learn computer skills. Students can login with their user ID and password.
Students with classes that use McGraw-Hill resources can access textbook content and other online media through the publisher's website.
Students with classes that use Pearson textbooks can login to Pearson's Successnet and access their class readings and online assignments.
Students can login to the QuickSchools Student Portal to check homework for their classes, view their schedule and receive classroom notifications.
Literacy learning through interactive modules, RWT lets students use tools such as plot diagrams and webs to build comprehension and writing skills.
Links for parents
Websites below are frequently used by Stanbridge parents and guardians. Click the titles to open websites in a new window. If there is a site that you would like to see listed, or to report a broken/outdated link, please email our webmaster.
An all-online resource where anyone can get educated about Autism and Asperger's Syndrome through shared information and webinars.
Box Tops for Education
The Stanbridge Student Government introduced the Box Tops for Education program in 2012, and the effort has continued to help raise additional school funds. Click to find out how you can help!
Transportation is provided for students to and from the San Mateo Caltrain Station in the mornings and afternoons, as well as at the end of afterschool clubs.
eScrip donates a portion of your shopping purchase price to Stanbridge. To enroll, use Group name: Stanbridge Academy; Group ID: 136556296
Health Connected helps to provide sexual health guidance at school and at home. It’s always the right time to communicate openly and honestly with kids.
The National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy is dedicated to helping people with special needs reach beyond their boundaries through equine-assisted therapies, education, and research.
NORCAL International Dyslexia Association
A forum where parents, educators, dyslexic individuals and researchers share their knowledge through workshops, lectures and other resources.
Parents Education Network (PEN)
PEN is a grassroots organization providing resources for parents of children with learning and attention difficulties; they are the primary sponsor of the Bay Area's annual EdRev Expo.
Each day, students in grades K-8 are required to wear khaki or navy bottoms and a solid-colored top; High School students must wear neat, clean, appropriate attire. On Picture Day, students in grades K-8 wear a white polo shirt with the Stanbridge logo and/or a navy blue sweater with the Stanbridge logo. Click here to order.
Michelle Garcia Winner's website offers information on social thinking and related treatment strategies, along with links, resources, and more.
Zones of Regulation
Faculty and Staff at Stanbridge use "Zones of Regulation" language as a way for students to learn self-regulation of their feelings and emotions. Click here for an overview of the Zones of Regulation and a description of the different zones. For a printable form for use at home, click here.