Reading

roms summer reading challenge 2018

Summer is a great time to read! Use these pointers to have a great experience & to complete the Summer Reading Challenge:

  1. Read 3 or more books and keep track of your reading on your ROMS Summer Reading Log.

  2. Students can stay connected & share reading experiences by joining our ROMS
    Summer Reading Google Classroom with code gg238.

  3. Refer to free online summer reading resources to find great suggestions.
    Links can be found on our school website at Royal Oak Middle School > Royal Oak
    Reads
                   1. Michigan Electronic Library (MeL) Reading Resources
                   2. Reading Is Fundamental
                   3. Common Sense Media Summer Reading Lists
                   4. Scholastic Summer Reading
                   5. Camp Newsela for Summer Reading

  4.  Participate in the Dawg Walk Summer Reading Raffle in October by turning in a ROMS Summer Reading Log to your ROMS ELA teacher and earning Reading Raffle tickets. P rizes include items such as books, journals, gift certificates, games, bean bag chairs, and a grand prize e-reader!

​ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

ROMS Summer Reading Resources

Additional Free Summer Reading Resources
Royal Oak Public Library Summer Reading Program
Read for fun and information, surf the web, download ebooks, listen to audiobooks, & come to our
summer activities at the library. Enter weekly and grand prize drawings, and choose a free book.
Summer reading kickoff at ROPL is June 9th !

ROPL Online Resources:

Michigan Electronic Book Lists & Reading Resources

Scholastic Summer Reading Program
As summer approaches, kids look forward to their time off, but there’s one thing kids shouldn’t take a break from over the summer: reading. Parents can sign kids up to be part of the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.

Reading Is Fundamental: Literacy Resources
Common Sense Media Book Lists
ALSC Recommended Reading Book Lists