Summer Reading FAQs...Answered!

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Questions about Summer Reading? We've got you covered. We have simplified the answers to some of the most common questions we receive about summer reading. For full details, please be sure to check out our website, and read the 2016 Summer Reading Letter. Thank you and Happy Reading!

Click Here for the 2016 Summer Reading List

  • Summer Reading celebrates school wide participation, so we all read over the summer, even teachers and staff!

  • Scholars in all grades should choose 1-2 books, depending on the grade entering from the Featured Titles list outlined on the school website.

  • Scholars in 2nd – 12th may choose ONE project to submit based upon their selected book.

  • Scholars in PreK- 1st grade are NOT required to complete a book project.

  • All scholars, in all grades, need to memorize a poem by a well-known or famous poet. We encourage selections from the book titled, Poems to Learn by Heart by Caroline Kennedy.  

  • 5th – 12th grade projects will be graded and judged by English Language Arts Teachers based upon content mastery.

  • 2nd – 4th grade projects will only be judged on creativity, attention to detail, and accuracy.

  • Projects must be turned into the teacher by the 2nd week of school.

  • Scholars’ names and grade entering should be on the project.

  • Scholars must read one or more books from their Featured Titles List.

  • Scholars are welcome to read other books from the Suggested Titles List.

  • Only scholars who have read, completed a book project, and memorized a poem may participate in the Summer Reading Celebration.

  • Supported Media/Video files .mov, .mp4

  • For more questions, not answered, please contact