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Seamless Summer Learning

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The Greenwich Public Schools Seamless Summer Learning program provide a unique extension of learning through Curriculum Playlists to promote learner choice and anytime, anywhere access to district approved digital tools and resources for Humanities, ESL, STEM, the Arts, World Language and a  Digital Library collection of titles for summer reading through Overdrive. Parents can engage their children in learning for enjoyment, all designed to support prevention of summer learning loss. Whether your child has a school-issued device or is accessing the resources from any web-enabled device, all K-8 students will be able to participate in the programming available for summer learning.

Participate in the 20-2-1 Summer Challenge
 

Read something of

interest 20 minutes every day

 

Pick two choice activities

on the playlist and share

your learning or write about it

 

Complete one math activity

everyday from the choices

and resources on the playlist   

 

Purpose of a Seamless Summer Learning Experience:

  • Access to familiar district digital tools and resources (app or web-based) in all content areas
  • Access to a digital library collection of titles to support student choice and "just right" reading level
  • Promote learner choice and anytime and anywhere access
  • Participation has the potential to lessen the "summer learning loss"

All experiences within the Curriculum Playlist can support each learner

at their level of readiness, need, strength and passion. 

Summer work is optional and will not be graded.

 

Seamless Summer Learning Curriculum Playlists

Learn more about Seamless Summer Learning

Reading

Information regarding the Greenwich Public Schools Summer Reading Program developed and delivered in partnership with the Humanities Program and Library Media Services click here for more information.

Math

In an effort to prevent summer learning loss, Greenwich Public Schools is providing summer access to IXL, a digital resource providing individualized practice in computation and problem-solving to all K-8 students, along with other resources to develop the mathematical proficient learner. Students can use IXL to review concepts presented during the past year and prepare for math courses for the upcoming 2018-19 academic year.

Greenwich Public Schools recommends a minimum of 30 minutes of IXL use per week.

IXL log ins are as follows:

User ID: firstnamelastname (using their formal "report card" name)
e.g. beyonceknowles, justintimberlake

 

Passwords: first initial last initial 9 digit student id
e.g. bk123456789, jt001012345

 

If you have any questions please contact family_portal@greenwich.k12.ct.us
 

 

Math skills are aligned to the Connecticut Core Math Standards (CCS) by grade level and the following CCS Domains:

Grades K-5:

  • Operations and Algebraic Thinking
  • Number and Operations in Base Ten
  • Measurement and Data
  • Geometry

Grades 6-8:

  • Ratios & Proportional Relationships
  • The Number System
  • Expressions & Equations
  • Geometry
  • Statistics & Probability

IXL access information is included in the Seamless Summer Learning through Greenwich IXL

Summer work is optional and will not be graded.

 

High School Summer Review Materials

Content and course specific summer assignments to stop summer learning loss can be found by visiting Greenwich High School Summer Assignments