Summer Work 2023-2024
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Summer Reading and Math Adventures:
St. Paul’s Lower School teachers strongly encourage reading and math activities for all students this summer. We can’t stress enough the importance of promoting curiosity while keeping skills sharp over the summer months. Research has indicated that students who are engaged with reading and math activities over the summer come back to school ready to thrive and learn. This summer, your job is to choose your own adventure:
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1. Complete 1 reading AND 1 math bingo (5 spaces in a row)
2. Complete 1 reading log
1.Complete additional reading logs
1. Students should return their bingo cards and logs, that have been signed by an adult, to their homeroom teacher by Friday, September 8.
For each completed bingo and log, students will be entered in a drawing for an Amazon gift card. Grade level winners will be announced at an assembly. The more bingos and logs completed; the more entries students will have in the drawing! Additional entries will be given to students who complete their recommended summer workbook. Students will earn an additional entry in the raffle for mailing a postcard to Mrs. Faint OR for taking a picture of themselves completing a bingo activity and emailing it to email@example.com (limit 3 extra entries).
Summer Workbook Information: Visit amazon.com to purchase the Evan Moor Skill Sharpeners: Math Grade ____ Workbook (blue cover) for the grade level your child recently completed.
Please join St. Paul’s by providing a reading and math adventure this summer!
Director of Student Support and Learning Services
SPSG Upper School English Summer Work 2023
SPSG Upper School History Summer Work
SPSG Upper School Math Summer Work
SPSG Upper School Science Summer Work
SPSG Upper School Modern Languages Summer Work 2022
SP Upper School English Summer Work
SP Upper School Math Summer Work
Summer Work Policy
While summer math work is not compulsory, it is highly recommended that students participate in some form of summer review before the next academic year. There will be an assessment during the first few weeks of school on the topics and skills covered in the summer review packet in every honor’s and IB class that will count for a grade in Quarter 1. Each review is titled for the course that the student will enter in 2023-2024 school year. Example: If a student is placed in algebra 1 next year, he should complete the algebra1 summer work.
Please contact Bryce DeBoer with questions.