CCSD Learning Resources
Students can continue using many CCSD learning resources during June. Links to the resources are online here.
Sequoyah Regional Library System Summer Reading Program
The Sequoyah Regional Library System, a CCSD Partner, offers a summer of special activities and incentives to encourage students of all ages to continue reading over the summer. More information about the Summer 2022 program "Oceans of Possibilities" is online here.
Georgia Reading Campaign
Get Georgia Reading partner Renaissance is again delivering thousands of free books—plus engaging daily news articles—to computer and mobile devices. Young readers can search from several different categories and genres, including books for struggling readers and Spanish and bilingual titles. Families in Georgia can register to join Renaissance myON’s digital reading platform beginning on May 3 and already have access to Get Georgia Reading at Home, a comprehensive online catalog that offers early learning resources for children from birth through age 5 and helps develop skills for students in grades K – 3.
Georgia Summer Resource Online Toolkit
Public and private partners across Georgia—including the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL), Georgia Family Connection Partnership, Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, Georgia Public Library Service, Georgia Public Broadcasting, and Governor’s Office of Student Achievement—have come together to create this online toolkit with resources for summer reading, learning, safety, and meals. GeorgiaSummer.org opens in May to give every family in Georgia access.
Books & Bundts Youth Reading Program
CCSD students in PreK through eighth grade can earn a free "Bundtlet" (a small bundt cake) from Nothing Bundt Cakes in Woodstock for each month they read and track at least 400 minutes from June 1 - July 31. Learn more online here.