Frequently Asked Questions
What if my child is having difficulty with reading and/or math?
Bremerton School District provides additional support for all elementary students that are struggling in reading or math at no cost. At each elementary school Title I
services provide tutoring, small group instruction and/or extended learning opportunities. Please contact your schools Title I teacher regarding math and the LAP Reading Specialist for reading and writing for more details. Reading Mastery
is used at Bremerton School District, it is a direct instruction reading program that is highly effective when used with students that are struggling in the area of reading.
What if my child is considered highly capable?
Bremerton School District has services for students that are highly capable. Please check see the link for the Highly Capable program
. Please contact your school principal for more information.
What if my family is struggling to find a consistent place to live?
Your family may qualify for McKinney Vento services
. Please talk to your school interventionist or call Special Programs at 360-473-1077 to find out more information.
What if my child has a learning disability or I suspect my child has a disability?
Bremerton School District provides screening, assessments and specialized instruction for children that require these services. Please contact the school psychologist for more information or to make a referral. You may also call the Special Education
department at 360-473-1008 or visit the link to our Special Education
Where can I get information about Kindergarten?
We also have a Kindergarten and Preschool Fair once a year in the early spring. The fair has all kinds of information for parents and activities for children entering Kindergarten or preschool, check our web page here for more information. Each of our elementary schools can answer questions about Kindergarten and would be happy to schedule a visit, check with the office staff.
How can I help my child throughout the year with fun learning activities at home?
We have available to all our students the new Scholastic BookFLIX
, a online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfixtion ebooks from scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. BookFLIX
reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.
As part of early reading efforts, Bremerton School District now offers BookFLIX
for Kindergarten through third grade attending our elementary schools.
For more information and to obtain the passcode, please contact your schools Information Specialist at your school.