The 2018 Summer KANSAS READING ROADMAP program (KRR), finished their past 2 weeks with field trips to the ALLEY in Wichita and the South YMCA water park for a private swim party! Awesome summer of learning and fun! The KRR Summer Program Graduation Celebration took place Friday, June 29th at Kennedy Elementary for friends and family. Every KRR student received gifts!
Week 3 of KRR has been busy with reading interventions, STEAM projects, "Word Works", Line Dancing, and making and visiting the Wellington Fire and Police Departments with THANK YOU cards. Friday - Bowling, Go Carts, and Laser Tag at the ALLEY in Wichita to celebrate all the hard work this week!
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The mission of KANSAS READING ROADMAP is to create a pathway to literacy for every child.
From kindergarten through third grade, children are learning to read. By fourth grade, children are reading to learn. KRR uses a skills-based system to help students learn the "Big 5" essential reading skills: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension. KRR supports students during their school day and provides additional out-of-school learning opportunities.
WEEK 1 was a FUN and SUCCESSFUL start for the Elementary Summer Academy!
110 Wellington students from all the elementaries will be doing hands-on and intervention activities for Reading, Math, Computers and Coding, Robotics, Community Service Projects and exciting Fieldtrips! June 8th was a visit to Tanganyika Wildlife Park to finish out a great week of learning.
WANT TO SEE PICTURES? CLICK ON THE LINK "WEEK 1- SUMMER 2018."