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Parents » Parent Central » Summer Reading & Math Assignments

Summer Reading & Math Assignments

 

summer reading

Summer Reading Assignments

GRACEPOINT School will again conduct our Summer Reading Program in order to promote excellence in reading and writing. This year’s Summer Reading assignment is required for all RISING 2nd – 8th grade students.  Students will read at least ONE assigned book and complete an accompanying assignment which will be assigned by their Language Arts Teacher.  Current students were given a hard copy of the assignment to bring home the last week of school.  Each grade level will provide a list of books varying in reading level as well as interest. We strongly encourage both you and your child to look through each of the book choices in order to make the best decision for your child!

Additionally,  the accompanying assignment will be due on Friday, August 20, 2021. This required assignment will count as a grade based on the grade level.

  *Please note, all books are available on Learning Ally.  Hard copies of books may also be checked out at the public library and/or purchased. 

Please remember that reading and writing are life-long activities. Students deserve opportunities to enjoy the literary experience and expand their understanding of our world. We appreciate your support and certainly hope that you continue to encourage your child to read!

summer mathSummer Math Assignments
 

In the efforts of not having students regress over the summer, please see the summer math assignments below by grade level.  The more practice your child does, the better prepared he/she will be at the beginning of the school year but don’t help too much as it will get harder as they get problems correct. There are fun rewards to earn!  If you have any questions, please email Amy Benton, math department chair at amy.benton@gracepointschool.org.