ALL Summer Assignments are OPTIONAL (with the exception of High School AP Courses).
The summer assignments listed on our site can be used for skill practice and reinforcement of learning in order to keep students on track. However, if a student needs a break from schoolwork, we encourage them to take that break. Work that is not done will NOT count against a student.
NOTE: If you see a note or remark in an assignment that references it being due when students return, it may be an assignment that was published for a prior year. For the Summer of 2021 - unless it is an AP assignment - ALL work is RECOMMENDED but OPTIONAL.
Elementary Summer Work
Below are the OPTIONAL reading assignments for each elementary grade. Students are encouraged to read FIVE BOOKS and complete the reading log.
In September, our teachers will set aside time to discuss the books students have read.
Please begin by reading the Summer Reading Letter below, which has information about where your student can access books and content.
- 2021 Elementary Summer Reading Letter
- ELA SUMMER BOOK LISTS for RISING GRADE 1 through Grade 5 - NEW
- ELA Elementary Summer Reading Log - Print Version
- ELA Elementary Summer Reading Log - Digital Version
There are many ways families can support their children’s growth and development in mathematics both over the summer and throughout the school year. Please read the letter below for suggestions and ideas to help prevent the "Summer Slide" in math skills. All assignments below are OPTIONAL.