What’s Your Game Plan for Success?

School’s out for summer!

The Game Plan for Success contest will be returning to a state near you in the fall…

Click here to see past winners from Colorado, Illinois, and New Jersey.

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Eddie Perez

Atlanta coach and former player
“If you want to succeed… you’d better have a game plan.”

Vinny Castilla

Colorado coach and former all-star
“Listen to your coaches and your mentors.”

Wilson Ramos

Washington catcher
“Practice; test your skills.”

Alex Wood

Atlanta pitcher
“By practicing hard, listening to teachers and parents, and then testing their skills, kids will achieve great things.”

AIM HIGH

Understand what skills will be taught throughout the year, chart progress and keep your eye on the goal.

Standards »

NHCLC toolkit »

GreatKids milestones »

Clave del Éxito »

LISTEN & PRACTICE

There are many things to do at home that support learning. Reading, educational apps, websites, and games!

Homework help desk »

Scholastic’s parent resource »

Math tools »

English tools »

TEST YOUR SKILLS

Testing helps identify where students excel and where they may need additional support.

PARCC tests »

SBAC tests »

Raise the Bar tests »

Assessment videos »

A look at past contest winners

Congratulations to our past winners

DC Scholars Public Charter School

Washington, D.C.

Charles R. Drew Charter School

Atlanta, GA

Hygiene Elementary School

Berthoud, CO

Solano Elementary School

Phoenix, AZ

Benson Primary School

Benson, AZ

Normandy Elementary School

Bay Village, OH

Crestwood Middle School

Mantua, OH

Talawanda School District

Oxford, OH

Jack Young Middle School

Baraboo, WI