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Summer Reading

We encourage students to take a break and relax over the summer, but we don't want them to completely forget about learning. It is especially important for our students to keep up with practicing their math facts and keep reading!  

ALL STUDENTS24-25 SUMMER READING for grades 1-8 is here, along with our middle school typing requirement. 

Summertime Review - Prep for Success! Attention Parents, our teachers have identified helpful grade level workbooks (widely available for purchase through book retailers like Amazon/WalMart) and key sections (identified by page numbers) that you can use to help your student review academic milestones from your child's most recent school year as a way to prepare for a great new school year. For example, a Rising 2nd grader will be reviewing key milestones from their 1st grade school year. This is not required summer work, but a helpful review resource. If you have any questions, please contact our Admissions office at

MIDDLE SCHOOL Math (new & current students, grades 7 & 8)

Here is a helpful math review for our current and new rising 7th and 8th grade students. New Middle School Students will be assessed during the first week of school for either a Pre-Algebra or Algebra I Math Track, so this is an important way for students to prepare. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL Latin (new students, grades 6-8)

Mr. Cronheim, our Latin Teacher, encourages our new, incoming middle school students in grades 6, 7 & 8 to spend 10-15 minutes each weekday learning basic Latin vocabulary and terms that can be found in the following document. This is a great way to be able to prepare for beginning Latin this Fall. Should you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Cronheim at

REQUIRED MIDDLE SCHOOL TYPING (GRADES 6, 7 & 8) - We are requiring that middle school students complete a free online typing course over the summer. To access the course, go to and sign up for a free account. All middle school students should complete the “Beginner” course. The course includes up to fourteen lessons, so please plan ahead and spread them out over the summer. After completing all the Beginner lessons, students should take the 1 minute typing test and have the printed certificate to turn in at the beginning of the school year. We feel that learning how to type is a critical skill that will benefit our students in middle school and throughout their further education.


Here is the Supply List for the 24-25 school year. Scroll down to your desired grade level. School supplies should be purchased by August 12 and brought with you to the Welcome Fair.  The PTO is working on an option for purchasing pre-assembled supply kits through an outside company for those who prefer not to do the shopping themselves.  You will receive details about that option in the weekly newsletter if they are able to offer it.

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