Summer Reading Contest 2017

Read for a Lifetime Program 2017

Read for a Lifetime, Succeed for a Lifetime

The Read for a Lifetime Program is a state-sponsored reading program that promotes recreational reading for students in grades 9-12. By encouraging readers to read diverse titles from a list of 25, they become lifelong readers and learners. HEHS students who are interested in participating are asked to do the following:

1) Sign up for the program by November 1st either online or see Ms. T in the Media Center.
2) Read a book on the RFL reading list; brochures are located in the Media Center.
3) When you’re done reading, click on the link below that corresponds with the book you read. Answer the question(s) and submit the form. This is the only way you’ll get credit for reading the books.
4) Repeat! When you have four (4) books completed and their corresponding question(s), you’ll receive an email stating you’re eligible for your certificate at the end of the year.

There will be random giveaways throughout the program to motivate readers, and in May all participants will be rewarded with an “end-of-the-year bash” for all of their hard work.
Questions, comments, or concerns? Email Ms. T at [email protected]

2017 Read for a Lifetime Questions:
Brown Girl Dreaming
Chicago Poems
A Court of Thorns and Roses
The Dream Thieves
Everything, Everything
Girl in the Blue Coat
Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War
The Handmaid’s Tale
Hidden Figures
The Kite Runner
A Man Called Ove
Norse Mythology
Our Chemical Hearts
Projekt 1065: A Novel of World War II
The Reader
The Rest of Us Just Live Here
The Shack
The Sun is Also a Star
This is Where It Ends
This Land is Our Land: A History of American Immigration