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Champions for Children Logo with a red apple on topSOAR is an innovative program that makes it easy for parents to play an active role in their child’s education.  SOAR is designed for military families and is easily accessible worldwide.  Even if you are not military, this site provides a wealth of information for the rest of the public. SOAR Home is an internet-based application.  Students take an assessment aligned to state standards, and SOAR directs them to an individualized tutorial to improve skills where assistance may be needed.  Parents can monitor their child’s progress from anywhere and are provided with resource materials. Register for SOAR
Parent Components Include:
Easy access to their child’s accounts
Links to military installation, transition resources, and school Websites
Resources for at-home learning activities including videos with ancillary materials
State-specific resources, such as state learning standards
Links to Department of Education and other Educational Resources Websites
Student Components Include:
Assessments aligned with state standards to identify their strength and weaknesses in reading and mathematics
Tutorial lessons to reinforce and review skills not mastered
Videos based on specific skill with related ancillary materials
ACT/SAT prep materials including strategies, practice questions and moreRegistering for SOAR:1. Log on the Military Impacted Schools Association (MISA) Website at
2. Click on the SOAR button (at the bottom of the page) on the Website
3. Register yourself and your child
4. Students can begin taking assessments immediately
5. Parents and children can then enjoy skills resources, analysis of assessments, utilize skills tutor lessons, view parent resources, and students can take additional targeted quizzes based on one skill.

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Published by Carol Dunning on January 1, 2019
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