High Rock Summer Reading 2019
Rising sixth graders will choose two books from the High Rock Summer Reading list. Students do not need to complete a formal written assignment about the books, but they need to come to school in September ready to participate in assignments and activities based on the books. Due to the nature of these assignments, at least one of the books should be fiction. Students will need to bring one of the books with them to school in September. A family letter describing the assignment will go home with rising High Rock students at the end of the year.
PDF versions of the suggested reading list can be accessed below. The list is formatted three ways for ease of use.
- A list by genre so students can target their favorite genre or explore new ones.
- A list with book covers and summaries -- this should be browsed online as it is 26 pages with color images for each book.
- An alphabetical list that can be helpful in a library or bookstore.
Current High Rock Students: The entire Pollard community -- students, teachers and staff -- will read the It Wasn't Me by Dana Alison Levy. In addition, students will read at least one additional book of their choice. There are suggestions of books students may want to read below.
Check out High Rock library books for the summer
High Rock students may borrow up to ten books from High Rock's library and return them to Pollard in the fall. Summer reading forms are available at the circulation desk at High Rock, or families may print and sign the form below.