Robbinsville's Quarterly Curriculum Newsletter
We Miss You!
We miss you and your children and hope to see you again soon! The past few months have been a challenge for us all and we greatly appreciate your support during remote learning.
The purpose of this newsletter is to share information about our Summer Reading and Math Assignments. We know that our staff, students, and parents all need a well-deserved break, so please know that these summer assignments are designed with good intentions and to help combat what many in the field call the "summer slide." These are also not meant to be completed all at once or even right now! When there's a rainy day, when someone's bored, or as you read at night with your child, the summer assignments will be there. They are not designed to be onerous but to offer opportunities for students to keep their skills sharp. Please see below for information about summer assignments for grades 1-5, 6-8, and 9-12.
Thank you again for your continued support and have a wonderful summer!
Kimberly Tew, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
Incoming Grades 1-5
New Summer Assignments
Incoming Grades 6-8
ELA and Math Assignments
Incoming Grades 9-12
One School, One Book and More
In addition, the Mercer County Library System is temporarily allowing online library card registrations. Robbinsville families can fill out a form on the library's website (https://mcl.org/online-registration) and a temporary barcode will be emailed to you. This will only allow you to access to online subscriptions until the library reopens and you complete the permanent card process. We highly recommend taking advantage of their elibrary until the branch reopens!