Summer Learning

All Students Can Access Learning Over Summer

Keep the learning going!

To provide continued learning opportunities for all of our students, we have curated a list of both district sponsored and staff recommended programs. These programs cover a broad range of topics and can help your child continue their academic learning over the summer.

Access all district apps in one place.

Go to and log in using your student's Google email and password. If you don't know your student's Google email and password, request assistance using the form below.

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Suggested Schedules

Below are example weekly schedules that your student can follow along with suggested grade standards to help guide you in finding appropriate grade-level content for your learner.

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District Apps

Lexia is a reading program that teaches the basic building blocks of reading.

Grades K-3: Recommended 60 minutes a weekGrades 4-5: Recommended 80 minutes a week

Raz-Kids guides students through literature at their independent reading level.

Grades K-5: Recommended 20 minutes a day

BrainPOP has hundreds of videos across multiple subjects.

TBD by parent

Typing Agent assists students in developing fluency in typing.

Grades K-5: Recommended 60 minutes a weekShort sessions each day preferred for best growth.

Sora is an online library with a host of kid-favorite books.

recommended Apps (DIRECT LOGIN)

Because we do not have district licenses for the apps below, you will be required to sign up under your own account in order to take advantage of these resources.

PBS LearningMedia has over a thousand K-8 math videos with supporting material.

Access over 5000 videos across several disciplines of science. Sort by grade and type.

This is a free six-week program to help your student practice math.

This free online course will help you think differently about math.

Breakout EDU has fun breakout challenges you can do from home.

Emotional ABC's will help better your child's social-emotional learning skills.

Rosetta Stone is offering three free months to all students.

Khan Academy videos and practice guide your student to mastery.

Learn a new programming language through a self-paced courses.

Prodigy is an adaptive game-based learning math app.

Fun and full of energy, GoNoodle has videos to keep kids moving.