What better way to celebrate summer than with good books?
These lists can also be found in the Community/Family section of the website.
One of the best ways to prepare for the upcoming school year is to read. Teachers have put together lists of engaging books that connect thematically with the curriculum. Whether you are a parent reading aloud to your child or a student reading to yourself, we hope that you enjoy many of the books on these lists.
- Students entering Kindergarten and first grade do not have any specific requirements except to read/be read to.
- Students entering second and third grades have a required read and must also read three additional books off of the list. See the reading list for more information.
- Students entering grades four and five must read the required book and three (or more!) additional books of their choosing off the list. They must also choose one activity to complete and fill in a reading chart. See the reading list for more information.
- Students entering grades six through eight must read one of the three required books and three (or more!) additional books of their choosing off the list. They must also write one summary analysis and choose one activity to complete. See the reading list for more information.