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    Summer Reading 2020

    Choose Your Own Reading Adventure 

    This summer’s pared down version of summer reading minimizes the emphasis on written assignments while maximizes opportunities for student choice! Students are encouraged to preview the list of recommended titles for the grade they will be entering in the fall, however they may select any book they wish to read. 


    Please be sure to follow the directions to complete a brief, summer reading reflection activity. This assignment will be turned in the first week of school and graded as a supportive assessment activity.  If needed, students will have the opportunity to conference with their ELA teacher prior to submitting their assignment. 


    We hope every student continues to develop their reading identities this summer by choosing books that help them grow to understand more about themselves, others, and the world around them!


    Click on the link to the left to access the 2020 Summer Reading Lists and Assignment.



    Looking for something to read?  Here are a few choices for your independent reading selections...

     1.  Bunker Hill's eBooks
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    Click on the screencast below for simple instructions on how to access the library's ebooks and digital audio books.
    2. myON Digital Library
    Click here for a tutorial on accessing online books through myON by Renaissance.
    myON by Renaissance Learning has provided an outstanding opportunity for Washington Township students in middle and high school to access over 7,000 digital books, including a variety of fiction, nonfiction, audiobooks, and news articles.  In addition to their core library of resources, Township students can also choose from a wide variety of published works provided by myOn’s partner publishers.  
    What is myON?  Click here for more information.
    The login for using this service is listed below:
    School Name: Bunker Hill
    Username: Bunker
    Password: books
    3. ABDO Digital Bookshelf
    Click here for the link to these free eBooks.
    4. Margaret Heggan Library
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    There is a way to get a temporary library card from the local library to check out materials.  Click here to find out how.
    Check out this latest news from the Margaret Heggan Library...They are now offering free music lessons online through ArtistWorks.
    Happy Reading!
    If you have questions about any of the resources listed above, please email me at kjohnson@wtps.org

    Library Hours:  

    7:40 AM - 3:00 PM Monday to Friday

    Phone Number: 
    (856) 881-7007 ext. 5039


    Mrs. Johnson

    Media Specialist


    Mrs. Young

    Library Assistant








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