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Successmaker Program Aids in Academic Success

Dear Parents,

We are pleased to announce that we have purchased a new software program called SuccessMaker. This program is the only continuously adaptive K-8 reading and math program with over 50 years of proven results. Through adaptive motion, the program personalizes learning paths for mastery of essential reading and math concepts for students in grades K-8.

Need help ensuring your students become college and career ready? SuccessMaker® 8 is available online anywhere, anytime! SuccessMaker is the premier personalized reading and math solution for K-8 learners. Highlights of the SuccessMaker® 8 release include:

Comprehensive content realignment to state standards

New and improved math and reading content

One-on-One Instruction

Highly interactive, addressing multiple learning modalities and making students active participants in their learning. The game-like formats of many activities are challenging and motivating so learners stay engaged.

To access SuccessMaker for your students, please use the following link:​

Click the Click to Sign In button to access the Sign In page.

On the Sign In page, type your Username and Password, and then click Sign In.

IMPORTANT: To prevent the loss of your session data, do not sign in again before signing out and ending the previous session.

Click your course's name on the Assignments page to launch the assignment.

We hope that you will take advantage of this online resource during the summer months and through the the school year to strengthen your child's reading and math skills.

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