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Upper School Summer Reading and Math Expectations
Children and young adults need ongoing opportunities to practice essential academic skills, particularly reading and math, to prevent a loss of knowledge and proficiency gained during the school year. Many recent studies indicate that elementary students’ performance falls by one month during summer break.
In an effort to best prepare your child for the next school year, Oak Hill School developed specific reading and math expectations to be completed during summer break for students in all grade levels. This summer review and practice will help ensure students retain the academic skills acquired this year and are ready to advance their learning at the start of the new school year.
Upper School Reading (Rising-4th Grade through Rising-6th Grade)
All Upper School book read:
Finding Gobi (Young Reader’s Edition): The True Story of One Little Dog’s Big Journey by Dion Leonard
During the first week of school, there will be activities and discussions about the All Upper School book read, as well as students’ other free choice books.
Additional Reading Requirements:
Upper School Math (Rising 4th Grade through Rising 6th Grade)
Students should access their iXL accounts and review skills learned this school year. Upper school math teachers have provided templates to each student of skills to be practiced.
Questions about the summer reading and math expectations? Please contact Upper School director Cheryl Horner, firstname.lastname@example.org, or director of studies Martha Newson, email@example.com.