I purchased a Weebly subscription this summer, and I'm completely revamping my classroom webpage. So far I have the following sections and subsections: -PBIS >Majors and Minors >Acknowledgement system -English Language Arts >Writer's Workshop >Daily 5 >Literacy CAFE >Spelling -Math -Social Studies -Science (I haven't done anything with these 3 sections yet, but I'll probably break them down by skill/unit.) -Parents/Students >Websites >Newsletters >Parent Resources (will contain information about our daily schedule, book orders, celebrating birthdays, etc.) So far, I have a "homepage" for each subject, in which I give a brief overview of how it in instructed in our classroom. Each sutab further explains the specific areas, and contains links to letters that will be sent home, and resources for parents. There really isn't a ton for students on my website, other than the "Websites" part, which contains all of the links they will need for things we do in the classroom, and extra practice at home. We are using Schoology this year, so I do not need to post anything that they will actually need to learn (think flipping) on my classroom webpage. Is there anything that you have on your webpage that I am missing that has been a hit with parents and/or students? Is your classroom webpage more for students or parents? I wanted mine to be very student-centered, but it is turning out to be more for parents.