Summer Bridge via Imagine Learning
All Fayette County Preschool through 8th grade students have the opportunity to engage in independent learning through our online platform, Imagine Learning, for Summer Bridge. Students can access the following programs:
Imagine Language & Literacy -- all Preschool through 6th grade students, as well as older struggling readers and English Language Learners
Imagine Reading -- all 3rd through 8th grade students
Imagine Math -- all Preschool through 8th grade students
Imagine Math Facts -- all 1st through 8th grade students
Two summer sessions are available, and students may participate in one or both:
- June 22 through July 10
- July 13 through July 31
There is no need to register; just follow these links to get started and then look for the apps pictured above.
Students who meet their Imagine Learning usage goal each week qualify for prize drawings!
Students from each preschool, elementary, and middle school who scored below the 40th percentile on the winter MAP testing can receive additional focused support from a teacher. Watch for details coming from your school.
Tech support: Call the Student Tech Support Line at (859) 381-4410 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. weekdays.
Additional resources for families
Email Mendy Mills in Fayette County Public Schools.
Web tip: The URL shortcut to this page is fcps.net/summerbridge
Who can participate in Summer Bridge?
All FCPS students who have completed preschool through eighth grade have access to the Summer Bridge platform and can participate in the online learning. We are excited to offer additional support to students who are identified by their schools as someone who could benefit from teacher-led support during the summer sessions, grouped by grade level.
Why do Summer Bridge?
Students can reduce math and language literacy learning gaps by participating in continued learning through the summer. Our goal is for students to begin the 2020-21 school year with increased confidence in their skills.
Is Summer Bridge programming like NTI work?
Summer Bridge is designed to be an independent learning opportunity for students. While adults might need to help younger students log in to the portal initially, the online lessons are self-contained and meant to require little or no involvement from parents or caregivers.
What materials will students need?
Students need access to a computer, an internet connection, and paper and pencils. If you have concerns about access to needed materials, please contact your school directly.
What do we get from participating in Summer Bridge?
Beyond the incredible learning opportunity, FCPS offers games and incentives as students and families meet their goals.
Is a student required to do both sessions?
Students whose school has asked them to participate should follow the school's guidance. Children who sign up on their own may participate when and how they choose.
Have additional questions?
Please email Mendy Mills, associate director of the Title I Office, who will connect you with the Summer Bridge representative for your school.