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Summer READING!

Through a partnership between Get Georgia Reading – Campaign for Grade Level Reading and myON, all educators, librarians, students and parents in Georgia can have free access to thousands of enhanced digital books from MyON through August 31st.


1.    Go to: www.myON.com

2.    Click the Log In Now button and enter the following information:

3.    School Name:  Get Georgia Reading, Georgia   Campaign for Grade Level Reading (Begin typing the     first few letters and select from the drop-down menu.)

          User Name:   claytoncounty

          Password: read

4.    Click on the "Sign In" button, select a book and start reading!

Summer vacations are a happy time for our students and school personnel. Use it for rest, play, worthwhile recreation, and save a portion for experience of educational value. We urge each of you to do worthwhile reading, travel to interesting places, use opportunities for useful and productive work, find instructive and cultural programs on TV and podcasts or radio programs, take advantage of camps, remembering that each of these activities will broaden and enrich our lives. Here are some ideas for the summer! When the summer months are over, we hope to have all of you back healthy and safe.

Happy vacation!!

•              Spivey Hall offers wonderful programs on June 26, 27, and 28 with their Summer World Music Festival. Mention that you are an Arnold Elementary student, and we may win some free tickets to their Young People’s Concerts next fall.

•              Visit a pick-your-own fruit farm or a working farm or dairy.

•              Use your child’s free day at Six Flags for the Read to Succeed Program!

•              Have your child make a menu, research and read the recipe, shop with you for the ingredients, and prepare a simple dish (with your help!)

•              Use measuring tools in the kitchen with water to help your child better understand fractions.

•              Play board or card games.

•              Visit multiple parks in the area. Have your children keep a journal about what was good about each park and make comparisons.

•              Conduct simple science experiments. Have your child keep a journal with his or her observations.

•              Study maps of the United States and the world and have your children research places they might like to visit.

•              Take a college tour.  


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