Student & Parent Resources

Students 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:

Federal, State, and Local Links

SOL Resources

Emotional Health

General Student Resources

  • Google Apps Landing Page--Link to suite of Google applications for which each student has an account
  • March2Success--Review and enrichment to help supplement the regular program. This resource is sponsored by the U.S. Army.
  • Destiny-Link to the MCPS Library Catalog and Library Search Tool

  • OpenOffice--Free productivity software (similar to Microsoft Office) Webspiration--Free online visual thinking/note-taking site

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

Family and Consumer Science

Carpentry Links

Financial Literacy Links

English Resources

Fine Arts Resources

Health/PE/Driver Education Resources

Math Resources

  • MCHS Math Department Page
  • VDOE Math Page
  • 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. Sqollquarium-This website with some navigation offers games and instructional videos from elementary math through Algebra I.
  • 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
  • CoolMath-This website spans Pre-algebra through Pre-calculus offering lessons and reinforcement activities.
  • HotMath-This site offers resources and tutoring for a fee.
  • Super Maths World-This site offers lively activities that range from middle school math through high school algebra.
  • 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. 
  • Algebasics
  • 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.

Science Resources

History and Social Science Resources

Special Education Resources

World Languages

Gifted Education Resources

English as a Second Language Resources

Other Resources