Summer assignments are intended to help students extend their learning, solidify concepts, and PREVENT the summer slide!  Help your student keep their brain engaged with the following activities meant to keep them on track and build confidence for rocking next school year!  

BLEND COURSES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL JUNE 7th WHEN ALL STUDENTS WILL BE ENROLLED INTO APPROPRIATE LEVEL COURSES

Each student will be enrolled June 7th in a Reading AND Math BLEND Course where they will be able to access the specific assignments, receive additional resources, and view potential pacing calendars!


BLEND links are accessible for 'public' view below, however, students must be logged into their AISD BLEND accounts to participate in discussion boards and submit assignments.

Reading Summer Homework

  Reading BLEND COURSE Product
 6th Grade Full Assignment

ALL: 

  • 3 Choice Books

(Provided list of suggested titles by independent reading comfort level)


Check your Local Library if you missed obtaining suggested books from our campus!


  • 1 paragraph about the protagonist of one of the choice books
  • 1 paragraph about the setting of a different choice book
  • 1 paragraph about the conflict for the third choice book
 7th Grade Full Assignment

ALL: 

Advanced Academy or Magnet: 

  • 1 Additional Choice Book

ALL:  

  • Book Cover


Advanced Academy or Magnet:

  • Book Talk

 8th Grade Full Assignment ALL: 
  •  3 Postcards featuring calls to action
  • Label/mark each stage of the hero cycle with post-it notes throughout novel


Math Summer Homework

 6th Grade ALL 6th Grade Math (various levels will be revealed on student schedules in August)
 7th Grade 7th Grade Math ADVANCED 7 Math
 8th Grade 8th Grade Math8th Grade Algebra

 6th, 7th & 8th Grade ACCELERATED HS Math 6th Grade Algebra 7th Grade Algebra Geometry Algebra II

DISCLAIMER:  Teachers are on summer break and will not be available to answer any questions through the BLEND course. Please do the best you can in completing assignments, showing your work/thought process, and being prepared for the next school year.  Save your questions for the 1st week of school.