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Transportation Request Forms
Virtus - Code of Conduct Agreement
(Virtus Protecting God's Children Class Opportunities) (May-August)
Internet Policy Agreement
Application for Free or Reduced Lunch 2016-2017
All Forms That Need To Be Completed Every School Year (Coming Soon!)
All New Family Forms That Need To Be Completed Once (Coming Soon!)
For so many beneficial reasons, we highly encourage summer reading! It's a relaxing, summer activity that can also strengthen vocabulary and perceptual skills - and it helps to reduce the possibility of "Summer Slide", in which students could lose some of the valuable skills they worked so hard during the year to learn. It's a fun way to go on an adventure, spend some quality time together and keep your hard-earned skills all at the same time!
Have a student that doesn't love to read? Try adding in some Graphic Novels (or hybrids) for all ages, like the Amulet Series, Jedi Academy, Dork Diaries, Diary of A Wimpy Kid or Geronimo (or Thea!) Stilton to your reading pile! Younger kids enjoy the combination of visuals within the story, and it can lead to wanting to discover more. Find what genre your reader likes and look for books at your local library, borrowing in person or through their online e-book platform! Even taking turns to read together can help make it fun and encouraging when it's tied to a loving family activity. See Principal Johnson's Letter below for even more great suggestions!
Reading Lists and Logs: Below are lists compiled by our teachers in each grade - these are great suggestions to help spur ideas for your reading pile this summer! Feel free to find any of these, or go "off-road" to find books in any genre your child might like.
Suggested Reading Lists for Pre-K, Kindergarten, Grades 2 & 3
Suggested Reading Lists for 4th and 5th Grades (Coming Soon!)
Suggested Reading Lists for Middle School (Coming Soon!)
We are including a Book Reading Log, with guidelines for each grade grouping, to help you stay on track! Please bring this back to your teacher on the first day of school.
Printable Reading Log
**Middle School (Grades 6-8) - Extra Credit "Book Report" Project: The projects listed on the page below are optional this summer - for extra-credit! There are many great options for alternatives to a hand-written report... so many fun ways to capture the summary of your favorite book from this summer! Have Fun With It!
Extra Credit Project Ideas
Other Resources/Challenges to Help Encourage Reading:
Buffalo & Erie County Library Resources:
Mrs. Phelps, Our Librarian, sent home some fun information in the last weeks of school:
Teacher Supply Lists for 2018-2019
2018-19 Master School Supply List of All Grades
(Individual Lists coming soon - for convenience)
Teacher Wish Lists