Support for Parents and Students
Parents, families, students, and staff may need some support with using i-Ready in the days and weeks to come. i-Ready diagnostics and lessons are part of the e-Learn design for distance learning as well as in-person learning. We are here to support you!What is i-Ready?
i-Ready provides a great website for all your i-Ready-related questions. Check out the i-Ready website.
Students: The i-Ready Diagnostics are meant to help understand what areas of Reading and Mathematics you may need help with, as well as areas in which you are already succeeding.
Parents/Families: The i-Ready Diagnostics are meant to help understand what areas of eReading and Mathematics your student may need help with, as well as area in which your student is already succeeding. The following are helpful documents to support your at-home administration of i-Ready Diagnostic #2 (scheduled for January 11, 2021 through February 5, 2021).
- The FUSD i-Ready Parent/Family CHECK Design for Remote (Home) Administration
- A “Tips” Sheet for Remote Diagnostic Administration
i-Ready Online Lessons
Students: Once you have taken the diagnostic, i-Ready provides you lessons called “My Path”. This is individualized for you! Working on these lessons every week and passing the lessons with at least 70% will help you succeed in all areas of Reading and Mathematics.
Parents/Families: Once your student has taken the diagnostic, i-Ready provides lessons called “My Path” (see above). This is individualized for your student! Working on these lessons every week (45-60 minutes per week, per subject) and passing the lessons with at least 70% will help your student succeed in all areas of Reading and Mathematics.
The following links, contacts, and files are meant to ensure you feel confident in using i-Ready to support your learning.
Simple Steps to Getting to i-Ready
- Click here to get started on i-Ready.
- Use your FUSD login information to log in to Clever; find it on your Quarter 3 report card.
- Select i-Ready
- On i-Ready, students should complete ABOUT 40-60 minutes per week in Reading and Math on the “My Path” section. Good luck!