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Sent on behalf of Tyler Barr, Georgia PTA President-Elect
On behalf of Georgia PTA, I want to thank you for your support in the general election by voting to defeat Gov. Nathan Deal’s, proposed “Opportunity School District” (Constitutional Amendment 1). As Georgia PTA defines and implements our next strategic plan to help underperforming public schools and increase student performance in Georgia, we are very excited to announce an important partnership that has been entered into between Georgia PTA and Castle Rock Research.
Through this relationship, Castle Rock will provide a subscription of its SOLARO educational resource to students in Georgia for FREE. We are delighted by this generous offer and want to encourage all PTAs/PTSAs to share this information with your parents, teachers, and school administrators to take advantage of this valuable resource from a company that has helped hundreds of thousands students of with their studies over the past 21 years.
Castle Rock has created SOLARO, a comprehensive Digital Study Guide that is 100% aligned to Georgia Standards of Excellence in Math and English Language Arts across grades 3 to 12. SOLARO is accessible via the web or through mobile devices, providing students with review lessons, study aids and thousands of practice questions with detailed solutions. To learn more about the SOLARO and Georgia PTA Partnership, please visit solaro.com/pta.
How can local PTAs, students, parents, and teachers benefit?
Our local PTAs/PTSAs can distribute licenses to families and students in each school who are PTA members, as well as to those who are not. All that is requested of your local PTA/PTSA is to simply direct families to the designated website at https://parents.solaro.com/GEORGIA so that they may receive free licenses for their children.
We believe that our partnership with Castle Rock, and the resources that will be accessible to students and parents will foster family engagement and help improve academic achievement. Our hope is that every local PTA/PTSA and families at every school in Georgia will fully participate in this opportunity.