Summer Reading Guidelines 2019
Students Entering Kindergarten through 6th Grade
You are required to read three books from your grade-level list. You must read the nonfiction selection, and you can choose two fiction books from the five fiction titles on the list.
Complete three copies of your grade-level assignment, one for each book.
Write the assignment with your own original work. Do not copy summaries or reviews from AR Bookfinder, Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, the book’s front/back cover or dust jacket, etc.
Summer reading reports should be turned in to your new homeroom teacher or literature teacher by Friday, August 23, 2019.
Students Entering 7th & 8th Grade
All students will read the nonfiction novel Chasing King’s Killer by James Swanson and take a test the first week of school on this novel. Students will be able to freely choose their second novel for summer reading and conduct a “book talk” on the book they CHOOSE to read when they return to school. Please download the 2019 7th & 8th Grade Summer Reading Guidelines document below for additional details.
Summer Reading Book Lists and Assignments
|2019 7th & 8th Grade Summer Reading Guidelines||110.36 KB|
|2019 K-6 Summer Reading Book Lists||37.00 KB|
|Summer ChargerZone Book Review - 5th & 6th Grades||95.86 KB|
|Summer Reading Book Report - 1st Grade||56.07 KB|
|Summer Reading Book Report - 2nd Grade||125.07 KB|
|Summer Reading Book Report - Kindergarten||56.28 KB|
|Summer Selfie Book Report - 3rd & 4th Grades||130.92 KB|