The purpose of summer reading is to encourage a lifelong love of reading. By choosing books students will enjoy and by reinforcing and inviting students to practice their reading skills, we hope to engage and entertain as well as communicate the joys of participating in a lively, interactive community of fellow readers.
This page contains a link to the list of summer reading titles as well as links to the reading report forms and the sunshine state summer reading challenge. Each teacher carefully selected books to match the curriculum focus and enjoyment level of their particular grade. Students will be introduced to many genres and some may even choose from non-fiction titles. Our goal is to develop students who grow into adults with a lifelong love of reading.
View our 2017 Summer Reading List here!
Additionally, each grade level has fun (and required) summer reading projects to go along with the summer reading titles. Those are listed in the links below as well.
Kindergarten – Second Grade Summer Reading Book Reports, one required
Third – Fifth Grade Summer Reading Reports two required, one must be on the required reading title
Sixth – Eighth Grade Summer Reading Projects, please see the instructions provided in the link
Are you a Ravenous Reader? If so then you may also be interested in the Sunshine State Summer Reading Challenge!
Read 5 Sunshine State Titles over the summer and be a part of our annual Sunshine State Summer Reading Challenge. During the school year students are encouraged to read 10 Sunshine State titles. Upon doing so they are rewarded at the end of the year with a pizza and ice cream party! Start the year off right by being ahead of the game and get some of those Sunshine State titles read over the summer!