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2024 Summer Assignments & Resources

To support our students with continued learning and possible enrichment opportunities over the summer, the WSD Office of Curriculum and Instruction has compiled a list of supplemental resources as well as recommended reading lists and summer class assignments by grade level.

Interested in Summer Camps and Programs?

Check out the Community Announcements Page 

Elementary Schools

Middle School

High School

Benefits of Summer Reading

When it comes to summer, reading may not be the first thing—or even in the top 10 things—kids have in mind! But reading can be the ideal summer activity. It’s fun, portable, can involve the whole family, and will help your child academically and emotionally.

Visit the National Education Association's webpage: Get Serious About Summer Reading for ideas and resources to put good books into kids’ hands and connect them to vibrant summer learning adventures.

The Wissahickon Valley Public Library offers a number of great activities and events over the summer and throughout the year. Check their website for information

Summer Health Tips

  • Move More, Sit Less: Get at least 150 minutes of aerobic physical activity every week.
  • Use Sunscreen and Insect Repellent: Use wide-brimmed hats, clothing that covers your body, and broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 15. Use insect repellent and wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants to prevent mosquito bites and ticks. TIP: Apply sunscreen before insect repellent. After you come indoors, check your clothing, body, and pets for ticks. Reapply sunscreen after 2 hours and after swimming, sweating, or toweling off.
  • Keep Cool in Extreme Heat: Extreme heat can be dangerous for everyone, but it may be especially dangerous for people with chronic medical conditions.
  • Eat More Fruits and Vegetables: Delicious fruits and veggies make any summer meal healthier.
  • Choose Your Drinks Wisely: Drink water (fluoridated tap or unsweetened bottled or sparkling) instead of sugary drinks to reduce calories and stay safe. TIP: Add slices of fruit to water for a refreshing, low-calorie drink.
  • Don't Use Tobacco: You can quit tobacco today! Find the free quitting support that’s right for you.