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Summer Learning at Lalor!

Lalor Makes Our Summers Count!

make summer count

  • I belong in this academic community.
  • I can succeed at this.
  • My ability and competence grow with my effort.
  • This work has value for me.

  

 


Dear Lalor Parents/Guardians,

It is important that your child continues learning at home over the summer months to prevent summer learning loss, maintain skills from the year, and prepare for the upcoming year.

Your child should work on i-Ready Extra Lessons in Math and Reading using their computer

with internet access.   A student log is provided to help your child organize their summer lessons.  

Your child will need: a computer, internet access, and Adobe Flash Player.

  • Students will continue to gain access as they did this school year via the school district’s single sign-on portal through Clever.   https://www.htsdnj.org/domain/1152 
  • Once your student has logged into i-Ready and chosen a subject, please select this button to work on lessons in i-Ready
  • Complete the i-Ready log before August 23rd; after this date, the system will not be available.
  • Bring your completed iReady log back to school on September 8th.

For more information on i-Ready Diagnostic & Instruction, please visit the Curriculum Associates website at www.CurriculumAssociates.com.

You can receive technical support at:   Email: i-readysupport@cainc.com or by phone:

800-225-0248  (Mon–Thurs 8:30 a.m.–7:00 p.m. ET, Fri 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. ET)

Thank you for continuing to be a partner in learning.

Your principal,

Ms. Marinello

 


LALOR SUMMER

READING 

CHALLENGE 

 

WHAT to Read

HOW to Read

  • Read a magazine
  • Read with a flashlight
  • Read an eBook
  • Read to an adult
  • Read a mystery
  • Read to a sibling
  • Read poetry
  • Read to a pet
  • Read a joke book
  • Read outside
  • Read a menu
  • Read to a grandparent
  • Read a recipe
  • Read to a baby
  • Read a chapter book
  • Read to a stuffed animal
  • Read a comic book
  • Whisper read
  • Read song lyrics
  • Read at the library
  • Read a ‘how-to’ book
  • Record yourself reading
  • Read a play
  • Read on a swing