Summer Learning 2019

Summer Learning allows students to maintain their skills and helps them enter the next school year with confidence. Summer learning is also a time that learning can be extended beyond the school walls, to further demonstrate the importance of self-directed learning. Below are links to the Summer 2018 Math & Reading assignments for students of all grade levels – please take a look! Principals and teachers have talked to students at their schools, so they’re aware these are coming.

Notes for specific divisions:

Elementary Schools – The information for the Warwick Public Library is also included – students are encouraged to participate in the Warwick Public Library Reading Challenge too!

Middle School – The middle school learning challenges will need to be returned to classroom teachers at the beginning of the school year. Students will receive credit for this assignment.

High School – Teachers at Toll Gate and Pilgrim collaborated and to create engaging and purposeful assignments. The assignments are class specific and do differ slightly between the schools. This assignment will need to be returned to classroom teachers at the start of the school year.


Student Google accounts follow this pattern:

Username: The username format is “Year of“, for example: “
Password: Lunch ID + initials, for example: 123456pt

Student IXL accounts follow this pattern:

Username: Lunch ID, for example: 123456
Password: LunchID + student initials capitalized, for example: 123456PT

Questions? Please contact your school’s department head, principal, or Wendy Amelotte, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, if you have any questions.

Thank you in advance for supporting your student to complete their learning assignments. We wish you a safe and healthy summer!