iRead Summer Reading Program

2014 Mauldin High School Summer Reading Program

iRead During the Summer

At Mauldin High School, we want to emphasize that it is especially important for students to read over the summer months! Check out our iRead Summer Reading Program music video to learn more about our program!

A report written for the US Department of Education examines independent reading. Researchers found that the amount of reading done outside of school was consistently related to gains in student achievement. from: Becoming a Nation of Readers: The Report of the Commission on Reading,

According to the children’s literacy organization Reading is Fundamental (RIF), experts have found that “students who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not often slide backward.

Along with improving reading skills, students who participate in our iRead Summer Reading program may earn extra credit in their English class. They also will be eligible for prize drawings that include iTunes gift cards, popular restaurant cards, coupons for merchandise at clothing and gaming stores, etc. The more books you read, the more chances to win prizes!

Summer Reading - you have nothing to lose and EVERYTHING to gain~!

Use our iRead Summer Reading Log this summer!

Mondays from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Mauldin High School Media Center is open for students! For cool books to read during hot, summer days, stop by and see us!

Print out the Summer Reading Log for credit.

Email Diane Morris or Stacy Henderson if you have any questions!

Select the box above to watch our Summer Reading book trailer!

Our click on our iRead Music Video Link!

The More You Read, The More Tickets You Receive for Our Prize Drawing

Students Who Read...

may earn extra credit and will receive a ticket for an awesome prize drawing! Prizes include Starbuck Cards, iTunes Cards, and Favorite Restaurant Cards!

Summer Reading Form

Summer Reading Log

(Print and Fill Out for Summer Reading Credit)