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Summer Learning: Sailing to September

Summer Learning: Sailing to September

Summer Learning 2022

Wilton Public Schools is pleased to provide students an opportunity to engage in reading and learning throughout the summer.  We are providing resources for both online and non-tech experiences.  This year, in addition, to this website some of the schools will be providing Summer Learning information through a school-based Schoology course for incoming students at Cider Mill and Middlebrook. Students will be automatically enrolled in those courses. This website provides information for all our schools.  We wish you an enjoyable summer.

District-provided Devices (Chromebooks) - If students have a district-provided device at home, they should keep it for the summer and use it to access summer reading book selections, math practice, and online resources.  There will be instructions at the beginning of next year for procedures on returning devices.

Wilton Public Schools Summer Reading 2022 (Booklet Link here)
It's important that you check with each school for any special requirements.  

It's important that you check with each school for any special requirements.

  • Miller Driscoll & Cider Mill - Students should enjoy lots of fiction and non-fiction books.  Have fun with reading!
  • Middlebrook - Students at Middlebrook do not have specific title requirements (so enjoy) - however, students should read at least three books during the summer.
  • Middlebrook - There are no specific title requirements (so enjoy) - however, students should read at least three books during the summer.  Also - all students moving into 6th, 7th and 8th grades will participate in a Summer Reading BINGO - Click HERE.
  • WHS - (access link here) English Department summer work/reading assignments 
  • WHS – Link to recommended reading list
  • Directions for eBooks Access - Sora App (eBooks, Audio Books) (Directions)
    Thanks to all who collaborated on curating the list of eBooks and resources including our Library Learning Commons staff, the Wilton Library Teen and Children's Librarians, and our teachers of reading, writing, and English.

Rainy Day and Family Fun Activities & Resources

Check out the Family Resources Website for Live Events, Virtual Field Trips, Author Read-Alouds, Making Activities & Fun.

  • Cider Mill is providing a variety of learning activities for summer learning in the areas of reading, writing, math and science for incoming 3-5 grade through the Summer Learning Schoology Course. Students will be automatically enrolled into this Schoology course as of Mid-June.

  • Middlebrook is providing a variety of learning activities for summer learning in the areas of reading, writing, math and science through Summer Learning Schoology Course - Link here

    Students will be automatically enrolled into this Schoology course.

  • At WHS, be sure to check with individual teachers for summer learning work.