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First Grade
Throughout the summer, please read with your upcoming first grader! You can read to them, allowing them to identify sight words, or they can read to you. Please fill out the form each time you read and return the completed form on the first day of first grade (25 books)! Please fill in ALL 25 books for a grade! Thank you and HAPPY READING!

Click here for First Grade Chart

Second Grade
Four books by any of the following authors:
-Syd Hoff
-Leo Leonni
-Stan and Jan Berenstain 
-Robert McCloskey 
-Cynthia Rylant
-Arnold Lobel 

Click here for the Second Grade Summer Reading Report

Third Grade
Two books by different authors:
-Beverly Cleary, any book
-Eleanor Estes, The Hundred Dresses
-Cynthia Rylant, any book
-Mary Pope Osborne, Magic Tree House series

Click here for the Third Grade Summer Reading Report

Fourth Grade
Jerry Spinelli, Fourth Grade Rats

Click here for the Fourth Grade Summer Reading Report

Fifth Grade Summer Reading
Students need to select a chapter book on their reading level with at least 200 pages. Complete the book report form on the website and turn in the first day of school. Please include the page count of the book selected on your report.

Click here for the Fifth Grade Summer Reading Report

Sixth Grade
Lynne Reid Banks, The Indian in the Cupboard
Be prepared to take the AR test on this book the first full week of school. It will count as a test grade.

Click here for the Sixth Grade Summer Reading Report

Students in grades 7-9 will take a test on the first day of school. 

7th Grade
C. S. Lewis, The Lion, the Witch, and The Wardrobe

8th Grade
Rick Riordan, The Sea of Monsters

9th Grade- S. E. Hinton, Tex OR Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire

10th Grade- Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
11th Grade- A Long Way Gone: Memiors of a Boy Soldier by Ishmeal Beah
12th Grade- The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (Students approved and enrolled in Dual Enrollment English are not required to complete the summer reading assignment. However, it is highly recommended that those students complete the assignment for enrichment purposes.  To be approved and enrolled in Dual Enrollment English a student must have an 18 on the English section of the ACT or a passing score on the Accuplacer.) 

Summer Reading Project Directions for 10th-12th Grades