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Summer Reading


All Odyssey students will participate in a summer reading program. A summer reading program has several benefits to your child:

• It continues our school-wide focus on reading.

• It helps prevent or slow the gap in reading during the summer months.

• It helps maintain a connection to Odyssey during the break.

• It provides a goal/purpose for reading over the summer.

• It creates a shared goal with your child’s classmates and a starting point for the upcoming school year.

Below is a copy of your child’s Summer Reading Program requirements. Books are available through our school library, the public library, and at local and online bookstores. The reading(s) should be completed over the summer break and assignments are due within the first few weeks of school. Happy reading!

Click the link below to access the Reading List and Activities for Elementary School by grade level.






Odyssey Charter Jr/Sr High Summer Assignment


The students are responsible for reading their selected grade-level text during summer break. During the first week of school, each teacher will base rigorous class discussion and activities on the summer reading. Students should be prepared to focus on literary aspects of the work along with making personal connections. A dialogue journal or annotated text (e.g. Post-its) is suggested for easier reference during class.


OCS Jr. / Sr. High: 2018-2019: Summer Reading List

Beginning the week of June 18, 2018, students in grades 6-12 will be able to 'check-out' their grade-specific novel for the duration of the summer in preparation for their English Language Arts' requirements beginning at the onset of the 2018-2019 school year.

Grade 6: English Language Arts
Choose ONLY one of the novels:
1. Wonder, Author: R.J Palacio
2. The Family Under the Bridge, Author: Natalie Savage Carlson
3. Island of the Blue Dolphin, Author: Scott O'Dell

Grade 7: Tangerine, Author: Edward Bloor

Grade 8: Fahrenheit 451, Author: Ray Bradbury

Grade 9: Catcher in the Rye, Author: J.D. Salinger

Grade 10: The Scarlett Letter, Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Grade 11: Tuesdays with Morrie, Author: Mitch Albom

AP English Language & Composition (Grade 11):
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: A Memoir
Author: William Kamkwamba & Bryan Mealer

Grade 12: Night, Author: Elie Wiesel

AP English Literature & Composition (Grade 12):

Their Eyes Were Watching God
Author: Zora Neale Hurston







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