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   Have a safe and relaxing summer break!

  Weekly Instructional Plan

  • The weekly instructional plan will be for review of  previously learned material only. New content will be covered at the start of next school year. The at home learning opportunities are considered optional and not required. 
  • Virtual review will be for one skill per week, per content area. 
  • Students should be independently reading for 20 minutes per day.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Reading/ Writing

60 min. review instruction

#1 Read for at least 20 Minutes on Myon or library books

#2 Practice Reading and Writing


60 min. review instruction

#1 Complete 20 minutes on Dreambox




60 min. review instruction

See Choice Board

Social Studies

60 min. review instruction

See Choice Board

Content Review Virtual Field Trips etc.

60 min.

review instruction

See Choice Board


No events available.

Continue Your Summer Learning

Although some in-person programs have been canceled due to closures resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, students still have a variety of summer program options designed to keep them engaged and involved in learning until school begins again this fall. 

There is something for students at every grade level with options targeted toward a specific need or interest. Below is a comprehensive list of 2020 summer program offerings.

Below are the two websites for BookFlix and TrueFlix.  Please feel free to access these websites to help your child continue their reading during the summer months.

Username: Kerrydale

Password: flix
BookFlix: https://digital.scholastic.com/site/launch/bkflix?ucn=600102855
TrueFlix: https://digital.scholastic.com/site/launch/tfx?ucn=600102855

PWCS Summer Reading Program: The PWCS Summer Reading Program encourages students to continue reading through the summer to practice their independent reading skills. Through continued reading, students build their vocabulary, broaden their ideas and experiences, enjoy new stories, and learn. To participate in this free program, students follow the guidelines below for their grade level: grades K–2, five books; grades 3–5, three books; and grades 6–12, two books. Visit the Summer Reading Program page for more information and lists of grade-appropriate books.

Prince William Public Library Summer Reading Program: From June 15-July 15, the Prince William Public Library offers a summer reading program. The age range for the children’s program is from infant through grade 5, and the age range for the teen program is for students in grades 6-12. To participate in this program, you must register online or download the Beanstack Tracker App. There is no charge for this program. Learn more on the Prince William Public Library website.