SUMMER READING LIST

fulton science academy private school summer reading list

Summer is a time for relaxation and a good book.

Elementary students, rising kindergarten through rising fifth grade, are to choose ten books from the suggested book list. You may choose books from the suggested list of the grade you will be entering and higher.

Students are asked to do the following:

Keep a log of the books that are read over the summer.
After reading, write a summary of the book. The summary should be no more than one page.
Turn the book log and summaries in to your language arts teacher on the first day of school.

Students that complete this summer reading assignment will receive one week of dress down.

Middle school students, rising sixth grade through rising eighth grade, are to choose five books from the suggested book list. You may choose books from the suggested list of the grade you will be entering and higher. Sorry rising eighth graders.

Students are asked to do the following:

Keep a log of the books that are read over the summer.
After reading, write a summary of the book. The summary should be no more than one page.
Turn the book log and summaries in to your language arts teacher on the first day of school.
Students that complete this summer reading assignment will receive one week of dress down.

FSAPS has partnered with a local bookstore so that you can order summer reading books and have them delivered prior to the end of school. An order form will be sent home to allow you to easily purchase some of the selections on the summer reading list. As a great bonus, a portion of every book you buy contributes additional resources toward our new FSAPS library.

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