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Summer Assignments
Summer Assignments
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Why Summer Reading and Assignments Matter

Research shows that when students are not engaged in educational activities during the summer, they experience learning loss and diminish academic gains made during the school year.  The Clearview district acknowledges this research, but also recognizes the need for students to have down time during the summer to relax, reinvigorate and explore alternative learning activities.  The district’s philosophy is to provide a balanced summer assignment program that provides academic opportunities with reasonable time allotments for completion.  The purposes for our summer assignments are to: measure, maintain and/or sharpen skills; promote academic habits of mindsprovide a foundation and preparation for courses; and manage therigorous demands associated with Advanced Placement courses with regard to established testing dates and adequate preparation time for these assessments. 

Only assignments posted on the district website have been reviewed and approved.  Summer work will be collected beginning on September 8th and scored as indicated on teachers' coversheets to their assignments. Assessments on summer work will begin no sooner than September 12th.

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