Summer Learning Initiatives

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The Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Centers Program (21stCCLC) offers no-cost
summer learning and school year programs for students in many communities across Wyoming. Programs are designed to align and complement what students are learning during the school day while offering activities based on what kids say they are interested in. Find out more here.


The Wyoming Department of Education, in conjunction with MetaMetrics, combats summer learning loss by encouraging students to access online tools designed to promote reading and maintain math skills during the summer break. Customized materials and implementation strategies to launch and enhance summer learning initiatives are available at no-cost in Wyoming.

Find a Book Summer Reading: “Find a Book”

The Summer Reading Resources enable users to select books based on a student’s Lexile  measure and interests. Educators, parents, and students can build custom lists and then locate their selections at the local public library.



Fight summer math loss with a free program: The Quantile Summer Math Challenge at

The Quantile Summer Math Challenge

The Quantile Summer Math Challenge is a math skills maintenance program, which is designed to help students retain math skills learned during the previous school year. The program is intended for students who have completed grade 1 through 8.

For six weeks in the summer, parents who enroll their children in the program will receive daily emails with fun activities and links to educational resources.

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