Accelerated Reader

At Our Lady of the Lakes we strive to motivate our students to excel and do their best. Students in 1st grade through 8th grade who read one million words by the end of the school year, earn the AR Millionaire Award. Students in 1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade also have the opportunity to earn the AR Stellar Award if they reach the goal for their grade.

Our students are doing very well with the Accelerated Reader programīs point and percent correct quarterly goal. Three hundred and nine students earned their AR goal during the 2nd Quarter. Wow!!! This is the largest amount of students we have had earn their AR goal for the 2nd quarter. Congratulations and Kudos to our students, teachers and parents!!

Once again the teachers and students of Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School have the Accelerated Reader National Honor Roll Classroom and Teacher recognition for the 2015-2016 school year. We are on our way to earning the Accelerated Reader National Honor Roll School for the third consecutive year. We are proud to announce that our dedicated teachers have led their students to excel in Reading Comprehension through the Accelerated Reader Program.

The teacherīs names are posted on Renaissance Learningīs Honor Roll:
www.renaissance.com/Customer-Center/Empowered-Educator/honor-roll/search

Click here to view 2014-2015 Accelerated Reader Empowered Educators Honor Roll >>

The AR Stellar Goal:

  • 1st grade = 20,000 words
  • 2nd grade = 150,000 words
  • 3rd grade = 325,000 words
2017-2018 AR Millionaire Award
Students who have read 1 million words or more
7th Grade Maya Welch.
2017-2018 AR Stellar Award
2nd Grade Students who have read 150,000 words or more Mason Martinez, Adrian Price, Isabella Tiffer, Courtney Kristiansen, Daniel A Perez, Elizabeth Pierresaint, Daniel Espejo, Noah Perkins.
3rd Grade Students who have read 325,000 words or more Christian Besu, Gueisha Pierre, Alessandra Covolo, Ryan Alcantara, Michael Perez, Alyssa Alagna, Kara Machado, Emily Tillero, Massiel Medina.

Accelerated Reader Parent Page

If you want to learn more about Accelerated Reader and how you can help your child improve their reading level and reading comprehension, check out the Accelerated Reader Parent Page.

Here you will find the following information:

What is Renaissance Home Connect?

Renaissance Home ConnectTM improves the school-to home connection by allowing parents and students to login to a website to view progress and current assignments in Accelerated Reader (AR). Parents and students can view performance on reading quizzes, monitor progress toward goals, and see the studentīs online bookshelf displaying book covers of recently read books. Access to online results and assignments promotes discussion between parent and child, which in turn motivates students. Besides viewing the website, parents, grandparents, or other caregivers can stay on top of student progress by receiving an email after each Reading Practice or Vocabulary Practice quiz is taken in Accelerated Reader. Renaissance Home Connect keeps parents closely involved with their childīs education. (Renaissance Learning, Inc.)

AR Bookfind

Students are more eager to read when they select books about topics of high interest and at their appropriate reading level. AR Bookfind helps parents, students and teachers search books quickly by title or you can use the advanced search tool to find books in specific reading levels, genres or topics. You can search for book titles based on authors, topics, or titles of books. Just type what you want to search for in the blank field above and click Go. You will then be able to sort your search results, select book titles to add to your AR BookBag, print a list of your search results, or start a new search. (Renaissance Learning, Inc.)

Suggest AR quizzes

If you find a book that does not have an AR quiz. Send Renaissance Learning a message suggesting they create either a Reading Practice Quiz, Vocabulary Quiz or Literacy Quiz for the book.

Our Lady of the Lakes Accelerated Reader Model Classrooms and Teachers

Accelerated Reader News Release Letter

What Kids are Reading 2017