K-12 Summer Assignments

In order to get better at reading, students must spend large quantities of time actually reading. We encourage all of our students to read as much and as often as possible while on summer break. Research states that this reading time is most beneficial when children read books of high-interest on their independent reading level. Based on your child's incoming grade level for September, please use the links provided to locate suggested leveled reading lists and resources.

Students in Grades 6-7 are provided with a list of books and helpful links based upon their reading level to support finding their "just right" book. We encourage you to use your public library as a valuable resource for access to leveled texts.

Students in Grades 8-12 are provided access to a comprehensive list of all summer reading assignment for each class.


Please navigate the page links to the left in order to find your applicable assignment.

CONTACTS

Danielle Councilor

K-5 Literacy Coach

201-664-6440 Ext. 7006 | danielle.councilor@wwrsd.org

Kenneth Russo

6-7 Assistant Principal of Humanities

201-664-5560 x 6003 | kenneth.russo@wwrsd.org

Michael Corso

HS Assistant Principal of Language Arts

michael.corso@wwrsd.org | 201-664-0880 x 2066


Heather Goffe

HS Assistant Principal of Math and Science

heather.goffe@wwrsd.org | 201-664-0880 x 2068

Michael Kenduck

HS Assistant Principal: Social Studies, World Language and ESL

michael.kenduck@wwrsd.org | 201-664-0880 x 2070


Christopher Mello

HS Assistant Principal of Visual and Performing Arts

christopher.mello@wwrsd.org or 201-664-0880 x2067