WCUSD118 Wauconda District 118

Wauconda High School Summer Reading
We Pick One - You Pick One -
or more if you want your entire class to win a PIZZA PARTY from the Wauconda Area Library!
  1. Requirement: Students should read one book from the selections for their grade in the 2013 school year. Books are
available at the Wauconda Area Library and other area libraries.
  2. Incentive:  Students who read one more book of their choice can earn incentive prizes through Teen Summer Reading
at the Wauconda Area Library. In addition, whichever class (Wauconda School District - Grades 6-12) reads the most
books through the library’s summer reading club will win a pizza party for the entire class.
  3. School year follow-up:  English teachers will involve the books in at least one graded assignment
  4.Why should students read during the summer?
Like athletes, musicians, and artists, readers need to practice to maintain and improve their skills. Also, summer is a great
time to discover new books, perhaps the book behind a movie blockbuster or the book that everyone is discussing.
  * Required Summer Reading Lists for 2013
  Reading list for English I (Freshmen)
  Reading list and assignment for Honors English I
  Reading list for English II
  Reading list for Honors English II
  Reading list for English III
  Reading assignment for Honors English III
  Senior English Electives
  -- Reading list for Honors World Literature I
  -- Reading assignment for AP English
  -- Reading list for all other senior electives
  *Any student taking more than one English class first semester is required to read only one book.