Summer Reading 2017-2018

Research confirms that the amount of free reading done outside of school is linked to growth in vocabulary, reading comprehension, and verbal fluency. Students who read independently become better readers, score higher on achievement tests in all subject areas, and have greater content knowledge than those who do not. Plus, reading is fun! It allows children to escape into another world, or learn about new people, places, and ideas, all of which can capture a child's imagination and reward even the most reluctant readers. On your mark ... get set ... read this summer!

 

Early Childhood

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Lower School

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1st Grade 

2nd Grade

3rd Grade 

  

Intermediate School

4th Grade 

5th Grade 

 

Middle School 

6th Grade 

7th Grade 

8th Grade

 

Our experience with the Pre-K class has been phenomenal. The integration of education, imagination, and Jewish learning was inspiring. We truly felt like we created a family of families. When your child checks the calendar at the beginning of a school break and sadly exclaims that there are "eight whole days till I get to go back to school" you know you've got them in the right place.

- Jennifer Goldston, Parent

 

 

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