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Summer 2023 Resources

Find information on recommended and required academic assignments and resources to help your student maintain the progress they made this school year over the summer. 

Reading: Rising Elementary Grades (K-3)

Our LC media specialist challenges you to read this summer, and, if you complete the entire chart, you will receive a small prize when we return to school in August! It's simple, all you have to do is print out an ICSAtlanta K-3 Summer Reading Incentive Chart, and color in one Wolfie for each 15 minutes that you read (or that someone reads to you). 

Reading: Rising Elementary Grades (1-5)

Please read with your children and encourage them to read from the summer reading list over the summer! Since students have different reading levels within a grade, please consider book list suggestions from the grade level above and below your child's grade as well. Rising Kindergarten students are welcome to consult the 1st grade list for ideas.

Middle Grades (6th-8th)


Rising 6th through 8th graders have REQUIRED summer reading assignments which are due the first day of school in August.

Resources for All Returning Students 

We have a new summer math program to introduce called Zearn Summer Math Program! Click HERE for more information and HERE to watch a short video! This program will run through our Clever portal and will be available soon on your child's Clever account.

All returning ICSAtlanta students who are enrolled for the 2023-2024 school year will have access to Clever over the summer. The login information will be unchanged for your child. You can access the following learning resources via Clever: 

  • K-8 Moby Max (please login at least one time in June and one time in July to not lose your child's progress)

  • K-8 myON

  • K-8 Brainpop / Brainpop Jr. 

  • 7-8 Discovery Education

  • K-8 Linguascope

  • K-8

If your child used Raz Kids (K-1) this school year, she/he will also have continued access to their Raz Kids account over the summer. User names and passwords were given by individual teachers. 

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