Summer Resources

Dear Parents,

Please find below a few resources to help keep your child academically engaged over the summer months. Upon scrolling down this webpage, you will find A Parent’s Guide to Student Success for the grade your child is entering, a resource provided by the county, as well as a list of instructional and educational resources you can access for free or through our school accounts this summer.

The Tech Support Hotline will be available Monday- Friday from 7:30 to 3:30pm throughout the summer. The number to reach them is 470-254-2300. They will be able to answer all your technology questions for all county programs that run through Classlink.

I hope these resources are helpful in providing educational support to your child during the summer months. Most importantly I hope you have a wonderful, safe, and healthy summer! I look forward to seeing you all back in August!


Khaki Janusz

Administrative Assistant

Jennifer Hidock

Literacy Coach (K-2)

A Note From our counselor, Ms. Aronowitz

Please find below some social/emotional learning resources that families will have access to over the summer.

Fulton County Schools and Rethink Ed have partnered to provide our families access to our online Student Success Skills (SSS) program. FCS’s SSS program provides videos and activities for both adults and children to support students social and emotional wellbeing. Families will have access to strategies and tools that will help parents/caregivers and students recognize and manage emotions, build stronger relationships, and develop skills to lead happier and healthier lives. Instructions for how to access Rethink Ed are attached.

In addition, below are a couple of additional resources that you may find helpful:

Sesame Street Parent Toolkits -

Edutopia – Social and Emotional Learning Strategies for Parents -

*Social/Emotion Summer Camps/Small Groups

*HFE cannot endorse any practices/agencies but is sharing the resources below should they be something your family is interested in.

Art It Out Therapy Center ( – provides social emotional skills camps for children and adolescents. During the week, campers build skills through art, creative expression and interactive games

Atlanta Center for Self Compassion (mia@atlantacenterforselfcompassion) – Social Skills Summer Camp – will help children and teens have more successful peer interaction and gain social confidence through fun and engaging activities such as art, interactive games and creative expression. Summer camps will run from June 5th – June 29th (9:30 – 1:00). Ages 8-13.

Anna Aronowitz

CAC Summer Programs 2023

The Community Assistance Center (CAC) offers two summer programs for low income families in Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and the area of Doraville covered by the Dunwoody school cluster:

Tools for School program offers backpacks filled with grade appropriate supplies to about 1000 children to start the new school year. We would like to reach out to low income families in your school who may be in need of this assistance to begin the 2023-24 school year. Registration for this program is required and begins on 5/16, using the link or QR code on the flyer. The distribution of backpacks takes place at the end of July from CAC offices located in north Sandy Springs and South Sandy Springs.

Summer Lunch program offers free summer lunches to clients for their children during the summer vacation, starting 6/1/23 until 8/4/23. No registration is required. Clients come to one of the 3 CAC food pantries and will receive an additional allocation of food each week, which they can use to select food items for their children.


EasyTech Adaptive Keyboarding is a program offered by to help students learn typing skills. It is available for grades 3-5. Please use the following link to learn how to log on! If you need any assistance logging on, please email

iReady (Only until June 30th)

Your child's iReady paths will remain enabled until June 30th. They will be reinstated at the beginning of 23-34 school year.

FCS Summer Reading List

In order to give more students access to books this summer, the county will feature materials that are available on their online book platform, SORA, for the Elementary, Middle and High School summer reading lists.

Tumblebook Library (K-5)

TumbleBook Library is a curated database with over 1,100 titles for grades K-5, and includes unique animated, talking picture books, read-along chapter books, nonfiction books and videos, as well as books in Spanish and French. Plus, the collection features graphic novels – a student favorite!

​​How to access: (1) Sign into ClassLink using your student ID and Password. (2) Click on the "e-Library icon. (3) Click on "MackinVIA" (4) Click on "Databases" and scroll down to the desired resource.

Comics Plus (3rd-12th)

​Comics Plus, powered by LibraryPass, is a digital platform offering thousands of digital comics, graphic novels and manga to readers. Titles can be accessed using a smartphone, tablet, or web browser, and can be downloaded to multiple devices. There is never a wait to read, and all titles are unlimited access simultaneous use.

How to access: (1) Sign into ClassLink using your student ID and Password. (2) Click on the "e-Library icon. (3) Click on "MackinVIA" (4) Click on "Databases" and scroll down to the desired resource.

Sora (3rd-12th)

Sora is an award-winning digital reading app that empowers 3rd -12th grade students to discover age-appropriate ebooks, audiobooks and more from their school library. Backed by the largest, most diverse catalog of digital books available to schools, Sora provides students and educators unified access to curriculum titles, leisure reading, and professional development materials.

How to access: (1) Sign into ClassLink using your student ID and Password. (2) Click on the "e-Library" icon. (3) Click on the "SORA" icon. (4) Search for "Fulton County School District" (5) When prompted, click on "Fulton County Students"


From June 1 to July 31, Fulton County Schools will participate in the 2023 Summer Reading Challenge sponsored by Beanstack. We challenge our students to read as many books as they can during the challenge and keep track of their reading on our Beanstack site located on ClassLink.

How to access: (1) Sign into ClassLink using your student ID and Password. (2) Click on the "e-Library icon. (3) Click on "Beanstack"

We're competing against schools and libraries across the nation for a chance to win cash prizes from Beanstack.

  • Grand Prize: $1,000 (one school or library)
  • Second Place: $500 (five schools or libraries)
  • Third Place: $250 (15 schools or libraries)
  • Honorable Mentions: $100 (30 schools or libraries)

Beanstack will determine the winners based on multiple factors, including:

  • Active participation: Percent of those enrolled who participate and general active participation throughout the challenge (depth of participation).
  • Absolute numbers: Total minutes and/or books logged in relation to total participants.
  • Community sharing: We appreciate you spreading the love of reading with your school community—virtually and at school or the library! Posting about #BeanstackSummer23 on social media will give you a boost!

Reading and Math Printable Resources

Below you will find i-Ready printable resources for math and RELA. These resources are organized by grade level and contain a review PDF of important skills from the previous grade level.

Kindergarten Math i-Ready Resources

1st Math Grade i-Ready Resources

2nd Grade Math i-Ready Resources

3rd Grade Math i-Ready Resources

4th Grade Math i-Ready Resources

5th Grade Math i-Ready Resources

6th Grade Math i-Ready Resources

i-Ready Writing and Language Activities

Independent Reading Supports