Reading Renaissance
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What is Reading Renaissance?

Reading Renaissance is an extension of the computerized independent reading program called Accelerated Reader. It is a supplement to the district adopted reading series. The Accelerated Reader computer program allows students to read a variety of authentic literature from within each school site's wide-selection of titles and take a computerized comprehension quiz. The Accelerated Reader program keeps track of the books students have read independently and how well they understood them. A list of books for each school can be viewed on the schools' websites and is accessible to students through their classroom computers. Students and parents may also view the list on their home computers. Visit the AR Info&BookFind link on your school's website to track progress.

​Accelerated Reader

Renaissance Home Connect

Renaissance has a special feature called Renaissance Home Connect. Renaissance Home Connect is a fun, easy-to-use, easy-to-understand web-based interface (web page) that allows students, parents and the teacher to share in the educational experience by viewing progress while outside of school.

As of January 2010, you can view Renaissance Home Connect from any computer with an Internet connection using these browsers:
  • Internet Explorer® 6.02 or later
  • Firefox® 1.5 or later
  • Safari™ 2.0.3 or later
To log in to Renaissance Home Connect
Website: https://hosted184.renlearn.com/255410/HomeConnect/Login.aspx
(please note the “s” in “https” if manually typing the URL into your browser)

Username and password are identical to what your child would use at school when taking an AR quiz at school.

In Renaissance Home Connect you can also:
  • Click Email Setup to sign up to receive emails showing your student's quiz or test results
  • Click Help to get answers to your questions about Renaissance Home Connect
Ways Parents Can Help
  • Encourage and support daily reading at home
  • Discuss the book your child is currently reading
  • Visit your local library
  • Volunteer your time to read with students at school
  • Volunteer in your child's classroom
  • Volunteer in your school's library


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