Brevard Public Schools is challenging our students to read as many books as they can during the summer months. As a parent you can help your children avoid the typical "summer slide" of learning loss by providing access to reading materials and encouraging them to read frequently, both on their own and with a family member.
Summer Reading Opportunities and Challenges
Check In with your media specialist for special summer reading opportunities at your school
Brevard Public Schools and United Way Partnership- Be A Superhero Reader! For incoming K-6th grade students
Summer Reading Challenge- K-2nd read 10 books, 3rd-6th read at least 8 multi-chapter books
Complete the Challenge, meet your reading goal and receive a special treat!
Checkout books from the public library
Read books on Sora
Another ebook option for students: Check with your media specialist to find out if MyOn is available at your school. MyOn gives students access to more than 6,000 enhanced digital books.
Print and use this form to write down the books you read. When school begins turn in the form to your new teacher by August 17th . You will receive a special treat at your school!
(If you don't have a printer there is a link on the form to submit the titles you read into a Google Form.)
How does it work?
Students can simply log in through Launchpad and instantly access Sora Summer eBooks and audiobooks as well as hundreds of others on virtually any device. Get started today:
on Launchpad open the BPS Sora app or Click Here
Click the Green button-Sign in using Brevard County School District
First time login information
username- IDnumber@brevardschools.org, password- school computer login password
or download the free Sora app for Android or iOS, setup code brevardfl
Florida Department of Education
Download the materials you need to encourage your child to read outside the classroom. By utilizing the information found on this site, you’ll be equipped with the information you need to provide literacy support for your child's love of reading.
As parents, it’s important to promote and establish the value of lifelong literacy. Knowing where to start, however, can be a challenge. Studies show that it only takes 20 minutes per day to vastly improve a child’s reading ability. In one year, a child who reads 20 minutes a day is exposed to 1.8 million words. For children who only read 5 minutes per day outside of school, the number of words they’re exposed to drops to 282,000.
Suggested Summer Reading Lists K-12:
Not sure what to read next?
The grade level lists linked below include a wide variety of books that will appeal to the interests and maturity levels of many students.
Parents are encouraged to review book selections with their children in order to help them make appropriate choices.