Summer Reading 2014
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Don't let summer slip by without reading a book or two!  This year, every student at Union Ridge School is asked to stay engaged in reading. Please see below for the series or title(s) assigned to each grade.

EC into Kindergarten: Curious George series 

K into 1st grade: Clifford series  


1st grade into 2nd grade: Frog and Toad are Friends


2nd grade into 3rd grade: Henry and Mudge: First Book

 

3rd grade into 4th grade: Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo: Who's Afraid of the 4th Grade?, Sarah Plain and Tall, Robert and the Hairy Monster (each student was pre-assigned one of these books)

 

4th grade into 5th grade: Because of Winn-Dixie, The Family Under the Bridge, Superfudge (each student was pre-assigned one of these books)

 

5th grade into 6th grade: Hoot, Rules, Al Capone Does My Shirts, The Girl Who Owned a City (each student was pre-assigned one of these books)

    

6th grade into 7th grade: Stargirl, The Giver, Define Normal, Freak the Mighty, The Great Fire, The Graveyard (each student was pre-assigned one of these books)


7th grade into 8th grade: A Kiss in Time, Unwind, The Outsiders, The Absolutely True Story of a Part Time Indian, The Maze Runner, Tuesdays with Morrie (each student was pre-assigned one of these books)


Finished with your book and ready for more?  Take advantage of other titles listed above, visit the Eisenhower Public Library, or visit the link for more summer reading lists created by ALSC (Association for Library Service to Children).  Happy reading!  

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 June 2014 )
 
Union Ridge School is proud to recognize the graduating class of 2014!
Written by Union Ridge School   
Union Ridge School is proud to recognize the graduating class of 2014!

June is a wonderful and yet bittersweet time for our school district. It is marked by celebrations of the many accomplishments of our students, and difficult partings as we bid our 8th grade class goodbye and wish them well on their most exciting journey into high school.
 
I am certain that you will share our pride as we celebrate their myriad of achievements.
 
Congratulations on a job well done! 
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 June 2014 )