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Wheeler Middle School Required Summer Reading 2018

Required and suggested reading ideas for Middle School students. Includes REQUIRED summer reading RITBA nominees MS Smith's top picks... and more

Wheeler 6th Grade Summer Reading 2018

Wheeler 6th grade ‚ÄčSummer reading, rising 6th graders must read:
Students must read (print, ebook, and/or audiobook versions are all fine):

1) Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli

2) One of the following:

3) A book of your choice

4.) Record the titles and authors of all the books that you read over the summer.

Thank you,

Mr. Abeshouse, Mr. Hall, Dr. Berrios, Ms. Tatlock, Mr. Rennie

Rising 6th Grade Math Packet

Wheeler 7th Grade Summer Reading 2018

English (Mrs. O'Driscoll)

Choose three (3) books of any genre. Please be ready to discuss them when we meet in September.

History ( Ms. Hunsicker)

Please Read Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson. Please be ready to discuss it when we return to school.

Wheeler 8th Grade English Summer Reading 2018

English  

Rising 8th graders should read books of choice in any genre all summer long, but for required summer reading, they should purchase, read, and bring to school in September a print copy of Donna Jo Napoli's National Geographic Treasury of Greek Mythology: Classic Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, & Monsters (2011). Because we'll use this book starting day 1 of classes, I encourage students to read it during the last few weeks of summer vacation, so the stories and characters are fresh in your minds as we start our English 8 adventures.

Thank you,

Mrs. Von Reinhart

Wheeler 8th Grade History Summer Reading 2018

History

Profiles In Courage For Our Time, edited by Caroline Kennedy.

Students should read the Introduction and profiles of James Florio, John McCain and Russell Feingold, Hilda Solis, John Lewis and Profiles in Courage Award 2002.

Students in 8th Grade History use a Live Binder (supplemented by handouts) in place of a conventional textbook which is effectively a digital course packet. The Live Binder uses a variety of media, primary source documents and interactive features.

If you have questions, please e-mail Mr. Baer at joebaer@wheelergmail.org.

Thank you, 

Mr. Baer and Mr. Un