Sunrise parent/student resources - Sunrise River School - North Branch Area Public Schools

Student web sites

Below are some student web sites that are safe and found to be resourceful. If you know of any other sites that would be of value to students at Sunrise River, please e-mail them to Amy Worden, .

Splash Math - Can download on mobile device and track progress.
Multiple subjects: FunBrain
Dibels Interventions Electrified
Xtra Math
Multiple Subjects:  SoftSchools

The effects of summer reading loss have been well documented, but did you know that summer math loss is an even bigger problem?


To keep Minnesota kids learning throughout summer, Metametrics (R) has teamed up with the Minnesota Department of Education to offer exciting and fun challenges to help students retain the math and reading skills they learned this past school year, while ramping up their skills for next fall. These programs are free, self-directed opportunities that parents and students can have fun with together.

Parents, get your child started today!

Complete Your Summer Reading Pledge!

  • Visit Find a Book, Minnesota ( to sign up.
  • Enter your child's Lexile measure (instructions are found on the Find a Book Minnesota site).
  • Help your child select categories of interest.
  • View and refine your search results.
  • Add books to your child's reading list; schools may print out certificates for students who meet the challenges by the end of summer.

Join the Summer Math Challenge

The Summer Math Challenge is a FREE math skills maintenance program based on grade-level standards that help prepare students for college and careers. The program is targeted to students who have just completed grades 1 through 7 and is designed to help kids retain math skills learned during the previous school year. From June 20 through July 29, 2016, parents will receive daily emails with fun activities and links to educational resources. When the program ends parents can print an award certificate to celebrate their child's summer math accomplishment! Learn more about summer math loss.
  • Go to to enroll your child.
  • Starting June 20, check your inbox for daily emails with fun math activities and resources.
  • Visit every day to read about the weekly math concept and earn badges.
  • When the program ends on Friday, July 29, print an award certificate to celebrate your child’s summer accomplishment!


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