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.|