One of Woodbury's resources for reading intervention is an online program called Core5. Students who are currently reading below grade level are encouraged to use Core5 at home for at least 20-40 minutes per week. In Room 2, a few students have been recommended to use the Core5 program as part of a 20 minute reading rotation when we visit the computer lab or use Chromebooks and iPads in the classroom. These students will be trained and will receive parent letters in their Conduits containing login information (note: this program is not for everyone, and so if you do not receive an email or information in the Conduits, then the program was not recommended for your child). 

Parents who want to help their child catch up on reading skills should encourage their child to utilize Core5 at home. Students will need headphones to use with the reading program, and parents are NOT allowed to help as the program provides teachers data and information regarding the student's current reading progress. 

The parent letter and access information can be found online.  A Lexia lessons checklist can also be found online. 

To login, please follow the instructions (and screen shot prompts) below. A parent information sheet was also placed in your child's Conduit.

  • Visit lexiacore5.com 
  • Enter teacher's name: ericadyer@iusd.org (first image below)
  • Click "Log In With Clever" (second image below)
  • Click "Log in with Active Directory (third image below)
  • Type in student's IUSD login email- 30lastnamefirstname@iusd.org (fourth image below)
    • ***Important: If your child’s first or last name is more than eight (8) characters, the system will leave off the last few letters. For example:
      Student Name: “Josephine Sanderson”
      Login Username: “30sandersojosephin@iusd.org
         The n in the last name, and the e in the first name are left off.
  • Click "Next" 
  • Type in student's ID number as the password- 9-digit number