According to Johns Hopkins University, the effects of summer learning loss can result in nearly a three-month loss in grade-level equivalency in math and a two-month loss in grade-level equivalency in reading.
As a result of the school shut down, estimates suggest students will return in the fall 2020 with roughly 70% of the learning gains in reading relative to a typical school year. However in mathematics, students are likely to show much smaller learning gains and in some grades, nearly a full year behind what we would observe in normal conditions. In order to close the summer learning loss gap in reading and math, students should be reading on a daily basis and or completing math activities. Below are recommended reading list/activities.
Please continue to use all the resources on the district’s CLEVER site throughout the summer. Please also check the school Blog and your teacher’s blogs for additional learning and practice sites to use throughout the summer.
https://www.kidsa-z.com for those whose teachers have set up an account
Thank you so much for supporting your child’s development through summer learning.
أولياء الأمور و الأوصياء الأعزاء:
بناءً على دراسة لجامعة جون هوبكنز إن الانقطاع عن الدراسة خلال الصيف قد يسفر عن تراجع الطالب بما يعادل فترة زمنية قد تصل إلى الثلاثة أشهر تقريبا من فترة الدراسة العادية في مادة الرياضيات، و الشهرين في مادة القراءة. تشير التوقعات أنه نتيجة لإغلاق المدارس سيعود الطلاب إلى المدارس في خريف العام الدراسي ٢٠٢٠ بنسبة ٧٠ % فقط مهارات القراءة مقارنة بالمستوى الذين قد يصلون إليه خلال السنة الدراسية النموذجية / الإعتيادية. بينما من المرجح أن يظهر الطلاب نسبة تطور أقل في مهارات الرياضيات وفي بعض الصفوف ما يقارب من تأخر سنة دراسية كاملة عما نشهده في الأحوال الدراسية العادية. التخلص من هذه الفجوة التعليمية التي من الممكن أن تنشأ عن حلول فصل الصيف في القراءة والرياضيات، يتوقع من الطلاب إكمال واجبات بيتية صيفية قبل عودتهم إلى المدرسة العام القادم.
شكراً لكم على دعمكم ومساندتكم لأبنائكم في إكمال الواجبات الصيفية .
Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate our students and the end of the school year. It was great to see all the smiling faces that we have missed over the past few weeks. Please take the time to relax, enjoy your loved ones and most importantly STAY SAFE!
Have a great summer. We look forward to seeing you all in the fall.
There are times in each of our lives that mark particularly special occasions. Today is such an occasion. Today you can say I’ve finished my elementary school phase!
Here at Oakman Elementary, you took the first of many important steps in your lives. Here you have learned skills and developed talents. Those skills and talents will be the foundation for whatever you achieve or learn in the future. You will build on them and find out many more fascinating things about you and life surrounding you. The skills you have mastered here will last you for the rest of your lives.
Today is a special day for you and for your family. Today you have every reason to be proud of all the skills you have mastered because with them you will be able to succeed in doing even more. I don’t know what the future holds for you! Yet I have no doubt that each and every one of you has the potential to do something special with your lives. You see, each one of you is already a very special and unique person! While you have been here, you have learned not just math, science and the other subjects; you have begun to learn and to take part in the society around you. You have learned many varied skills, from sports through to singing. Here you began to be the wonderful creative beings that you will one day fulfil! You have begun to form opinions and learned how to behave towards each other. You have formed friendships that, hopefully, will continue for the rest of your lives.
Oakman Lions, You have been excellent students and we are sorry to see you leave. Yet we know that it is in the nature of things for you to grow up and to move on. We hope that you will remember your years here fondly and that you remember your teachers equally fondly.
Today, I give you the same blessing as Christopher Columbus was undoubtedly given many years ago when he set sail to discover a new world. May your seas be calm seas, may the wind that fills your sails be a following wind and may God bless each one of you on your voyage through life.
Dearborn Schools District needs your help. We are requesting that ALL parents complete the following SCHOOL REOPEN survey. For translation assistance, parents may call 313-580-2532 Monday June 8th through Friday June 12th 8:30am. through 4:30pm.
School ReOpen Committee Parent Survey #1
Dear Parent(s) and Guardian(s),
Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads, and other resources based on census data.
For a better future of our city, schools, and students , please click on the link now and fill out the census. It only takes a few minutes from your time to make a difference.