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UL Summer Book Clubs 2015   Tags: summer reading, upper learning  

Last Updated: Aug 18, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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UL Summer Book Clubs







Registration begins Monday, May 4 at 12:00 noon for rising seniors (NOTE: this is not a school day). All other UL Students will receive a registration code on Tuesday, May 5 at 3 p.m.  

Please register by Thursday, May 7 at 3 p.m. Sign up for ONE slot in ONE book club. Check your e-mail for the registration code. (E-mail will be sent to seniors on Monday at 12 p.m. and to all others on Tuesday at 3 p.m.)

Click Here for the Registration 


Book Club Meetings

Summer Book Club Discussions: Discussions will be held on Thursday, August 20 at 9:25 a.m. See the signs up in the hallways for your group's meeting location.


UL Summer Book Clubs 2015

Welcome to Galloway Upper Learning Summer Book Clubs for 2015! 

Our summer reading program celebrates recreational reading. All Galloway Upper Learning students will select a book group in the spring and participate in a discussion in August.

All students must participate in the registration process. Book clubs are limited to 10 students. Once a group hits 10 readers, it will close. If you are anxious to get your first choice, be ready to register when the site becomes accessible to your class. (See links, dates and times below.) Be sure to have a your second choice ready.

Mouse over the tabs above to see the complete titles and sponsors of the various discussion groups. Click on the tabs to see more information.

Once registration is complete, Galloway will purchase Summer Book Club books for all students and distribute them by the end of the school year. New this year—at the time of registration you may choose to receive a printed book or an eBook.

This website only deals with our Summer Book Clubs. There is required summer reading for Upper Learning AP classes and a few other courses. Check this link for that information.


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