• Reading Promotions


  • Titans, keep reading this Summer! We have many different ways you can participate in Summer Reading.





  • Benefield Summer Reading

    We are encouraging you to get outside and be active this summer! Here are a few ideas for activities and books to go along with them. For even more ideas, visit the Media Center eClass page.

    Log your reading on your bookmark and return it to the Media Center for an invitation to our Summer Reading Celebration. If you need another bookmark, you can pick one up during SEA (June 12-June 30) or print one from the Media Center eCLass page.



    Visit 1000 Hours Outside for more ideas! 

  • Richards Middle School Rising 6th Graders Summer Reading

    Click here to learn more about the Richards Middle School Summer Reading Program.

  • Gwinnett County Public Library Summer Reading

    Visit the Gwinnett County Public Library to learn about their Summer Reading Program and all of the events they have going on!

  • picture of a baseball park with additional activites supporting reading that include Dot Day, REad for the Recordan open book with the words titans read above it

    As a way to encourage pleasure reading and bring in an added element of fun, we have chosen Titans READ! as our theme for our reading campaign this year.  

    Students will record their reading minutes on their reading logs each day, with a goal of 500 minutes per month. Each student will receive a hat to wear on Fridays to show our love of reading. Students who meet their goal for the month will receive a button to add to their hats!

  • Additional Reading Promotions

    Our March Book Madness Champion for 2023 was There Are No Bears in This Bakery by Julia Sarcone Roach.

    bracket of books showing That's Not My Name and There are no Bears in This Bakery as the final two.