Permission Forms

On the School District of Philadelphia’s main website, you will find links to the Student Code of Conduct and other helpful resources, including permission slips and forms.

  • Parental Permission Slip – All students going on school trips will receive a permission slip from their teacher to go on the trip.  This form must be completed in its entirety, signed by a parent or guardian and returned before a student is allowed to attend any trip.
  • Student Media Form – This form should be filled out by the Parent or Legal Guardian of a student prior to using a student’s picture, voice, video and/or full name on the School District or an individual school’s website.  It is SDP policy to include this form in the Student/Parent Handbook and for the web publisher to have a current form on file at the beginning of every school year.


Practice your math skills!

Keystone Algebra 1 Review

First in Math -Improve your math skills while earning stickers.

Cool Math 4 Kids



Enchanted Learning – find activities for all subjects.

A Plus Math – practice your math skills with flash cards, worksheets, and games.

Internet 4 Classrooms – Play all different types of math games!

Math Magician – Practice your addition, substraction, multiplication, and division skills.

Kids Hub

Create a Graph – Use this site to help you create a graph.

Harcourt Brace – Click on the appropriate grade level

Who Wants to Win A $1,000,000 – math and science game

Arcademic Skill Builders – math and reading games



Try your hand at these reading games!

Starfall – learn the alphabet; read stories; complete fun activities.  Activities for everyone from beginning readers to advanced readers

Noggin – for preschoolers;  educational entertainment with many learning opportunities.


Sprout – Games, crafts, and more!

PBS Kids – Music, games, coloring, and more.

Game Goo – Educational practice games for young learners


Internet 4 Classrooms – Many reading games to choose from grouped by grade and skill.

Reading Is Fundamental – Game, activity, and book zones.

Skillwise – reading and math games