SOARing to New Heights this Summer!
Eastover’s Summer Of Academic Readiness Program
SOAR (Summer of Academic Readiness) has been a tradition at Eastover for many years. SOAR focuses on encouraging our students to continue reading and learning over the summer.
How can YOU be part of SOAR?
SOAR hours can be earned in a variety of ways. You can earn hours by reading, doing math, writing or learning in another creative way! Simply click on the button that says “Log Reading Here” and fill out the form!
Each day of SOAR Celebration Week is themed to honor a book, with the final day featuring a pep rally with amazing prizes!
Monday, September 10: Silly Sock Day for Beverley Cleary’s Socks
Tuesday, September 11: Sports Jersey Day for Matt Christopher’s On the Field With…
Wednesday, September 12: Crazy Hair Day for Barney Saltzberg’s Crazy Hair Day
Thursday, September 13: Tie Dye/Rainbow Shirt Day for David McKee’s Elmer
Friday, September 14: Non Uniform Day & school-wide PEP RALLY with prizes!!
HUGE prizes this year!!!
■ new bicycle ■
■ Kindle e-reader ■
■ FitBit ■
■ toys/gifts from local shops ■
and MUCH MORE!
Thank you for SOARing!
Katherine Vest, Lynn Petillo and Karolyn Currence
SOAR Grade Level Goals:
Rising Kindergarteners: 15 minutes a day for at least 60 days (900 minutes/15 hours)
Rising 1st-5th Graders: 30 minutes a day for at least 60 days (1800 minutes/30 hours)
Why do we SOAR at Eastover?
Studies have shown that students who do not read or practice math skills over the summer come to school two to three months behind. The US Department of Education found that, generally, the more students read for fun on their own time, the higher their reading score.
Questions? Please contact Katherine Vest.