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Read Across America Program


Book Report Forms

Please use the following Book Report Forms based on Grade Level:


Kindergarten Students:



1st Grade Students:



2nd Grade Students



3rd - 5th Grade Students will answer questions using their classroom computers

Program Information for 2018

This year, the Read Across America program begins March 1st, 2018 and runs through April 16, 2018. This program is meant to get all of our students excited about reading, so we ask your help in making sure that our students follow the guidelines established for this national program. Please read the following document for a summary of the rules:


RAA Rules and Guidelines


Please use the following documents to provide you with a quick overview based on the grade level of your student:


RAA Rules for K-2


RAA Rules for 3rd-5th

Need Help Finding A Book To Read?

Go To Scholastic's Website:


You can search by title, subject/interest, Lexile, or grade level. Lots of recommendations!  You can also check to see if the book will work for your Reading Counts program!  Go for it ! 


Read Counts Database

Piggybacking off work that our friends at Hope Elementary have done, use the following link to their Reading Counts database to search by book title/author. You can see if a book is in the list, what grade level it is for, and how many RAA points it is worth!  Cheers to our friends at Hope for all their hard work -- and letting us benefit from it, too!