Summer School

Summer School Planning: 5 EdOptions Academy Implementation Models

by
Jasmine Auger

Whether students need to catch up or want to get ahead, Edmentum's EdOptions Academy offers award-winning middle and high school virtual courses for schools and districts looking to provide students with a convenient, affordable, engaging, and fun summer school experience

[Summer Learning] Building Real-World Health & Fitness Skills with Online Courses Powered by Carone Learning

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Brianna Pyka

Edmentum's recently expanded library of online health and fitness courses powered by Carone Learning can help educators provide students with engaging, applicable summer learning experiences to catch up, get ahead, or fulfill graduation requirements.

Squeezing the Most Out of Summer School

by
Scott Sterling

Educators are asked to pack a lot of content into brief summer school terms. Here are four tips to make sure your students accomplish the learning they need.

Eight “Field Trips” to Take with Your Child This Summer

by
Megan Sternke

Get your child out of the house and exploring the community with these ideas for easy, educational "field trips" right in your neighborhood!

[Parent Tips] Put the STEAM in Your Child’s Summer Learning

by
McKenna Wierman

Incorporate science, technology, engineering, art and design, and math (STEAM) learning in your child's at-home summer activities to encourage both logical and creative thinking.

[Summer Fun] 3 Ways to Keep Students Learning Using Edmentum’s Adaptive Intervention Solution

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Shannon LaBree

Transitioning into a new school or grade is a challenging time for both students and educators. Help your students avoid the summer slide with Edmentum’s adaptive intervention solution, which includes Edmentum Test Packs and Edmentum Accusess!

[Summer Fun] 5 Ways to Keep Students Learning Using Edmentum’s Plato Courseware

by
Brianna Pyka

Plato Courseware's extensive course library and customization capabilities make it a great tool to support creative, student-driven learning in your summer program.

Three Ways Parents Can Stop the Summer Slide

by
Megan Sternke

On average, elementary students lose over one month of learning throughout the summer—known as the “summer slide”. To make sure that your child is prepared to continue learning in the fall, here are three tips to make the summer vacation months an academically productive time!

[Contest] Encourage Summer Learning with the Edmentum Academic Sprints

by
Shannon LaBree

Motivate your students to continue learning all summer long with our Summer Academic Sprints featuring Study Island!

4 Ways to Keep Students Learning this Summer Using Study Island

by
Regina Waddell

Study Island is a great tool to run a completely virtual summer learning program consisting of skills practice in all core content areas, summer writing practice, and summer reading.

5 Ways to Keep Students Learning this Summer Using Reading Eggs

by
Madison Michell

Rather than see your students' hard-earned literacy learning slip away over the summer, you can employ online solutions like Edmentum's Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress to support learning even when school doors have closed for the break.

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