Parents and educators know that summer reading and engaging in reading-related activities advances students' literacy skills, improving their retention during the summer months, and leading to increased academic performance when school resumes. Summer reading also helps students develop positive, life-long reading habits, and as reasearch has proven, the early development of summer reading habits helps establish the foundation for students' later success.
In order to foster an enthusiasm for reading this summer, our students will be introduced to exciting and interesting reading options by our school and local librarians. While enjoying GREAT books, our Summer Reading Program participants will have the opportunity to earn terrific prizes.
THE GRAND PRIZE - (4) $100 Amazon Gift Cards- 1 Winner Per School!
GRADE LEVEL PRIZE - (34) Spotlight Reader Prize Packs - 2 Readers Per Grade/School!
IMPORTANT The Summer Reading Program begins on June 1 and concludes August 25. Please encourage your child to select books appropriate for their age and ability!
Most importantly, HAVE FUN READING!!!
Winners will be announced in September.
In order to accurately recognize students' reading, Summer Reading Program participants must log their reading online. Please be sure to use the correct link when logging reading. Links to the online reading logs can be found here. Students should complete Reading Logs for the grade they will begin in September 2018.
Bingo Board Fun
Make summer reading even more fun with Reading Bingo! Complete the board's activities and return the completed board to school on the first day. Bingo Boards have been distributed by elementary teachers. They may also be downloaded by clicking the following link: Bingo Boards.
Students should complete bingo boards for the grade they will enter in September. Try for five in a row or for an extra challenge try and complete the entire board!
Students entering grades 1-5 are asked to use the Bingo Board associated with their grade level to guide summer reading.
Summer readers will be celebrated when students return to school in September.