Summer Practice- Reading and Math Requirements
Research shows that students who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who don't tend to slide backwards. Encourage your child to read and participate in some of these learning opportunities and you'll help them be better prepared for next school year.
Click on your child's grade below to learn more about summer reading requirements. For Rising 2nd-5th grade, AR points for the summer are due by August 8. Rising Kindergarten-1st and rising 6-8th reading logs are due by Monday, August 9.
Students who complete summer reading requirements will receive a treat.
Rising Kindergarten-1st- Students will read or listen to 10 books. To earn a special treat, students can print and turn in a summer reading log to homeroom teacher by Monday, August 9.
Rising 2nd-3rd - Summer Reading link
Rising 4th-5th - Summer Reading link
Rising 6th-8th - Summer Reading link
Children of all ages benefit from listening to stories. Try listening to an audio book together on a road trip - the public library has lots to checkout or download for free. You can read picture books, graphic novels, short novels, long novels, whatever would be appropriate for your age. There are no rules this summer, just read and have fun! Come back prepared to share your favorite books with your new classmates!
Summer Math Practice- Rising Grades 1-8
(no requirement for rising Kindergarten)
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