DimensionU and Read on myON Keeps Kids Engaged all Summer
To keep Hillsborough County kids learning throughout the summer, some of our Partners in Education offered exciting and fun challenges to help students retain the math and reading skills they’ve learned this past year, while ramping up their skills for the new school year.
We thank our partners, DimensionU and myON for helping our Hillsborough County students stay engaged throughout the summer offering free, self-directed opportunities that parents and students could have fun with together.
DimensionU’s SUMMER MATH SPLASH encouraged students in grades 3 to 8 to participate in virtual math games competition. Offering students a FREE math skills maintenance program based on grade-level standards preparing students for college and careers. Each week from June 27th through July 22nd students had an opportunity to win a Kindle Fire Tablet by obtaining the most points playing Meltdown to answering the most questions correctly.
Weekly Winners of DimensionU’s SUMMER MATH SPLASH:
Week 1: Jacob Roberts rising 6th grader from Tampa Palms Elem
Week 2: Vasanth Srinivasan rising 6th grader from FishHawk Creek Elem
Week 3: Sharath Srinivasan rising 6th grader from FishHawk Creek Elem
Week 4: Vivek Srinivasan- from Randall MS
Read on myON Summer Weekly Challenges allowed students to Get in the Game – Reading and Winning amazing prizes weekly. Students simply picked one of the books on the weekly selection by grade level, answer questions, submit information, and that’s it! And if the students kept reading all summer, increasing their reading strength, they had a chance to win an iPad mini or Tablet in addition to other cool prizes and goodies. The challenge encourages reading on a giant scale.
Weekly Winner of myON’s SUMMER WEEKLY CHALLENGES:
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