For students whose dominant language is other than English, parents may use the resources here to help improve both their own and their children's language skills. There are fun sites with games, quizzes, and activities with contributions by teachers in the field.
- Bilingual Glossaries - High School and Elementary level bilingual glossaries organized by subject areas. Glossaries available in a variety of languages: Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Korean, French, and other languages. (New York State Education Department website)
- Activities for ESL Students
- Dave's ESL Cafe
- English at Home
- Larry Ferlazzo, Website Resources
- Stanford University ELL Teaching Resources
Parents who speak English as a Second Language have resources available outside the school district:
Literacy Council of Alaska offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults year around. Literacy Council is located on Gaffney Road in downtown Fairbanks.
University of Alaska Fairbanks also offers English as a Second Language classes.