U School 2018 Summer Reading & More
Summer Reading & Things to Do To Keep Sharp !
Read / Re-Read The Hate U Give
During the 2017-2018 academic the One Book U School Reading Selection was the Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. U Schools Students, School Police, NTAs, Teachers and staff read this powerful text. We are inviting students to read or re-read the Hate U Give over the Summer.
Other options for your summer reading list are provided below. Complete the Survey and let us know what you plan to read this summer.
Summer Off, Time For Pleasure Reading is On!
Summer is great time to recharge and refresh, maybe earn a few dollars or volunteer. But honestly, we should never stop reading, writing and making (sense) of the world. The best thing about the summer and being out of school is you get to do things on your own terms.
Read for fun. Read while on beach, riding Septa or chilling at the park. You don't have to write an essay or constructed response or keep a reading log. Read on your own terms! Side Note, You could earn some reading narrative and non-fiction competencies email email@example.com to find out how you can earn credit for reading and writing.
Here are a few opportunities you might want check out this summer.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Students will be contacted by the end of June with more information.
Check out the New York Times Summer Reading Contest
The school year may be ending, but your students can still access Newsela on their own all summer long to keep their reading skills sharp.