Worker's PermitsStudents in need of worker permits should visit the Department of Labor and Industry website to complete the necessary paperwork to obtain a permit. The website can be found at: https://www.doli.virginia.gov/labor-law/youth-employment/employment-certificates/
Federal, State, and Local Links
- Virginia Standards of Learning Documentation
- Released SOL Tests
Jefferson Lab--Review for Math and Science
General Student Resources
College and Career Planning
- Project Discovery--Program to encourage post-secondary education with a focus on first generation college students, but open to all students.
- SmartCollegeVisit--A website devoted to providing snapshot info on colleges and college planning.
Career and Technical Education Resources
- VDOE CTE Page
- VA Department of Labor and Industry
- WISC-Online Learning Objects--Links to information about skill sets in various fields. Great for review.
Financial Literacy Links
- Financial Literacy Game
- Reality Check California--Provides a simulation of life in the "Real World"
- Jump Start Reality Check--Another "Real World" simulation
Fine Arts Resources
- MCHS Band
- VDOE Fine Arts Page
Health/PE/Driver Education Resources
- J-Lab-This website offers math games and SOL practice for Math 2-8, Algebra I and II, and Geometry, as well as Science 3, 5, 8, Earth Science and Chemistry
- Shodor-This website offers a host of activities with applets, spanning numbers and operations to Algebra II.
- Pearson Textbook Resources-This website and the one below offer tutorials, additional practice problems and assessment practice for most of the textbooks used at both Wetsel Middle School and Madison County High School.
- Glencoe Textbook Resources
- Khan Academy-This website provides hundreds of instructional videos from basic math to calculus(includes some of the sciences as well). Very good and easy to understand.
- Wolfram Demonstrations
- Math Words
- A Math Dictionary for Kids
- Calculators for Kids-This website includes a large variety of different types of calculators. Figure out how old you are in minutes and seconds, use a Roman numeral calculator, etc. A fun way to look at all the different ways math can be used.
Special Education Resources
Gifted Education Resources
English as a Second Language Resources