Summer Home Work is assigned to help students maintain their current academic levels, as well as help us get a head start going into next year. Please follow the instructions below. If you have questions you can email me spencer.campbell@jordandistrict.org  There are five (5) assignments that need to be completed before the first day of school.

Assignment One: Is for both parents and students. Remind.com is a safe and free way for me to communicate with parents and students outside of the classroom. There is either an email option or text message option. I have learned that the text message option is more effective.

Remind Computer Signup Instructions

Remind Mobile Signup (Apologies, the upload ratio was off a little)

About Remind.com

Assignment Two: Is for students. Students will participating in a summer reading contest using Newsela.com. Newsela track all of the points and quizzes. The top boy and girl reader will each receive a 25$ gift card to Amazon.com

Here are written instructions, video instructions are below.

Assignment Three: Is for students and is divided up into smaller tasks. We will be using Google Chromebooks in class next year, and I want students to be able to navigate and understand how they all work. They are linked below. Students need to go through the lessons and answer the Self-Check questions as they go through.

Digital Citizenship 7 Mini-Lessons: Link Here  Students will learn what digital citizenship is, its importance, and how to avoid copyright and plagiarism.

Google Docs 6 Mini Lessons  Students will understand Google Docs/Forms/Slides/Sheets

Gmail 8 Mini Lessons Students will be able to navigate Gmail

Assignment Four:

Subscribe to Mr Campbell’s Youtube channel. Link Here I use this for lessons and for days when I have substitutes. Click on the red “Subscribe” button on the right side of the page.

Assignment Five: Write a 500-word essay answering the following question? Explain what “grit” is and whether or not you have it. This will be due the first day of class in the form of a Google Doc.  Here is a video about grit for reference.