The goal of the Summer Reading Program is to develop a habit of reading in students as well as to promote a lifelong love of reading. Mindful that summer is an opportunity for students to get out of the classroom and enjoy their summer while also encouraging them to explore the world of books.
Each returning student will now be required to read two books over the summer. The first book will be a classic piece of literature that is selected by the English Department, this book will be a springboard to discussion in their English class in the fall. You will also need to complete an assignment for your English book. Once these assignments become available they will posted on the download section of this page.
The second book for sophomores, juniors, and seniors was selected by the student from a list of books nominated by faculty members. This list contains contemporary and classics, fiction and non-fiction books. The student is expected to read the book over the summer and be prepared to engage in discussion about the book in a small group during a special schedule day in September. Freshmen and transfer students will read, "I, John Baptist De la Salle."
****** All students will need their course numbers to select their assignments.
FIRST BOOK (OR BOOKS) – Chosen by the English Department
This book is assigned to you based on the English course you are enrolled in for next academic year. You may click the summer reading tile to the right to learn more. You cannot purchase this book through Follett along with your other textbooks, you must get this book from another store.
SECOND BOOK - I, John Baptist De la Salle
Details for this book can be found in the summer reading tile to the right under Course 111.
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