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Important: Please Read

This year our school wide summer reading initiative is all about poetry! Our Faculty created anthologies of poems they believe you will enjoy. We look forward to discussing them with you!

You are required to choose one (1) of the following anthologies to read, based on your personal interest.

Students and faculty will meet in groups during the first week of school to discuss the summer reading selections.

 

Dr. Andrews, Dr. Heyeck and Mrs. Kalkus suggest

 

Mr. Aubry and the Poetry Club suggest

 

Mrs. Bowman suggests

 

Dr. Castro, Mr. Chase, Mr. Anderson, and Dr. Henry suggest

 

Mrs. Cusack suggests

 

Mrs. Douglass and Mrs. Doughty suggest

 

Ms. Eaton, Mr. Alford, Dr. Dolan, Mr. Ross and Mr. Vogel suggest

 

Mr. Epstein and Mr. Eckerson suggest

 

Ms. Hall suggests

 

Mr. Harding suggests

 

Mr. Horsley suggests

 

Ms. Houston and Mr. McDavid suggest

 

Mr. Hutnik suggests

 

Ms. Jones and Mrs. Overhiser suggest

 

Ms. Prockop suggests

 

Mr. Reilly suggests

 

Ms. Rossi and Ms. Balerna suggest

 

Ms. Stern-Leaphart and Mr. DiGiacamo suggest

 

Mr. Thompson suggests

 

Ms. Uzupis and Mrs. Litzinger suggest

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