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Reading Olympics 2022 Book List

Born a Crime: Stories form a South African Childhood
Boy 21
Clap When You Land
Cuba 15
An Ember in the Ashes
Fat Kids Rules the World
The Hate You Give
Highly Illogical Behavior
Home is not a Country
I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up For Education and Was Shot By The Taliban
If I Was Your Girl
If You Come Softly
Level Up
Lies We Tell Ourselves
March Book One
The Pregnancy Project: A Memoir
Punching the Air
The Serpent King
The Sun is Also a Star
Trashed: An Ode to the Crap Job of All Crap Jobs
We Are Not Free

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Join the Team

Google Classroom Code: 7imsbpu

If you are interested in joining the MHS Reading Olympics team, go to your Methacton Google Classroom and click "join" and add the code above. For more information on the team, email Mrs. Woudenberg.

Team Purpose and Requirements

MCIU Reading Olympics is a countywide reading event that encourages students to increase the quality and quantity of books they read for enjoyment. The Reading Olympics Program is based upon the belief that good reading habits form the foundation for a productive and successful life. This program is currently active in schools in Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, and Montgomery Counties. In 2019, over 6,000 Montgomery County students participated in the Reading Olympics. 

At Methacton High School, the Reading Olympics team meets biweekly, and then weekly as it gets closer to the event. All meetings are not mandatory, but members are expected to keep in touch by communicating with the team and logging the books they read. Members are expected to try to read at least 5 books from the reading list. The actual reading event is only one evening in the spring, although there may be additional opportunities in which to participate, including fundraisers and community service.

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