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Summer Reading

Pentucket Reads 2017

The summer reading program has been revised this year to provide students more choice and opportunities for their summer reading.


Students will read one book of their choice, take notes on the book as they read it, and prepare for an activity centered around the book during the first full week of school. Summer reading is mandatory; students can choose fiction, nonfiction, reference books, biographies, or anything that interests them.


Students are encouraged to get book recommendations from their friends, family, and other adults. Many teachers and administrators throughout the building have posted five book recommendations on their classroom and office doors. Local libraries will also put up displays of recommended books. English teachers will also conference with students to help them find a suitable book.  Students are encouraged to read more than one book and can change their book at any time if they choose.


*Some English courses may assign summer reading specific to that course. Students in those classes are only required to complete the course’s assigned summer reading assignment.