Virginia Readers' Choice 2015-2016
Virginia Readers' Choice is a virtual book club that features ten books selected by the Virginia State Reading Association. All grade levels are invited to participate in the book club. Students are required to attend 3 meetings during lunch throughout the school year, read 4 of the 10 books and complete a reflection after reading. All students that complete those tasks are invited to attend a March celebration to vote for their favorite book.
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VRC book today!
Virginia Readers' Choice Reflection
Beall's Best Books
Join Beall's Best Books today! By joining, 7th & 8th grade students will have exclusive access to 12 of the best young adult fiction novels published within the last few years. Students will meet once a month during lunch to discuss books and play interactive games focused on the monthly featured novels. In March, students will meet for a grand finale to celebrate their participation in Beall's Best Books. Visit the library to see this years best books and for more information.
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Summer Reading Commercial
Reading Gives You Super Powers!
Open a book and find your super power! It's time to finally catch up on that book you've been too busy to read. Bull Run Middle School highly encourages all students to participate in the summer reading program. Students may read books from the summer reading lists or ANY other appropriate titles.
Summer Reading Lists
Students who participate and turn in their documentation forms will be eligible to participate in a fall carnival. In addition, they will earn one extra-credit "A" in their language arts classes for reading one book or two extra-credit "A's" for reading two books. Students can choose one of the following options to document their summer reading:
Option 1: Submit your summer reading documentation form electronically. Your language arts teacher will have your information before you arrive on the first day of school. You can submit this form before September 11th.
Option 2: Print the BRMS summer reading documentation form, fill it out, and hand it to your language arts teacher by September 11th.
Option 3: Print the PWCS summer reading documentation form, fill it out, and hand it to your language arts teacher by September 11th.
Option 4: Print your reading log from the public library's Read to the Rhythm program. Hand it to your language arts teacher by September 11th.
Students who choose the option of participating in the Prince William Public Library summer reading program should read the number of books designated for their grade level.