Ms Stark


Ms. Stark




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Classes Taught:
Title One Reading

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      Welcome to the 2023-24 school year!

The Amherst County Public Schools’ vision statement states that ACPS will cultivate excellence in every child, every day.

The ACPS Title I program seeks to reinforce this vision by providing effective educational supports through a school-wide program that collaborates with parents/guardians and school staff. Every child is provided the opportunity to become a successful reader.

Learning to read is an essential skill for not only academic success, but for students to become life-ready.

 At AES we have a wonderful Parent Resource Center available to you! There are many fun games and manipulatives you can check out to help reinforce literacy skills your child is learning or needs extra help with. Follow the link to see the titles available and then email me to let me know which resource you'd like to check out to your child. Parent Resource Center Available Materials


Parent Involvement Policy

K-12 Literacy

Check out the Quarter 1 edition of the APCS Literacy Links & Math Moments Newsletter! In literacy this quarter we are focusing on strategies that you can use with your child at home to support phonics and word recognition, particularly with spelling and reading longer words. For math, the newsletter contains ideas for promoting strong number sense skills, which allows your child to think flexibly and fluently about numbers. Be sure to check it out! Are you looking for more resources for helping your child with reading at home? This newsletter, as well as other resources to support your child's literacy development, are available on our ACPS webpage under "Parent and Family Literacy Links."