Summer Reading

Summer Reading

District Summer Reading List & Information

Incoming 6th Grade Summer Reading 2019

MMS 2019 Summer Reading

2019 DHS Summer Reading Assignment Directions

Directions for Incoming & Current High School Students:

  1. Open Document
  2. Open with (top center of page)
  3. Select Google Docs (from drop-down menu)
  4. Add Answers to pages 2-4
  5. Submit to ELA teacher during the week of September 9th – 13th


Additional Information for Incoming and Current High School Students:

  • The assignment is optional. If a student completes the assignment they will receive the grade as an extra credit quiz grade. The extra quiz grade will only be applied for students who compete the summer reading assignment.
  • This assignment is in addition to any other mandatory summer reading work required for Advanced / Advanced Placement ELA courses. Advanced / Advanced Placement ELA students who complete the assignment will receive 15 extra credit points on their ELA summer reading assignment.
  • On the attached sheets, answer each question neatly and completely using at least one paragraph per question (typed responses are preferred).
  • Your response should be clear and have enough detail so that your teacher understands your reaction to this book. You must include at least two meaningful direct quotes from the book, properly documented.
  • Students may not chose a book that was included in their previous coursework.
  • Books must be grade level/school appropriate (books for elementary/middle school will not be accepted).
  • If questions arise please email Mrs. Lehman: 

Bring to ELA class during the week of September 9-13, 2019.



You should be able to find many of the books on the summer reading list at the Deptford Public Library.
You can find the Deptford Free Library’s online catalog here: