Superintendent's Summer Reading

OCPS Summer Reads 2020

Imagine Your Story

“Imagine Your Story” is the theme of Orange County Public Schools’ motivational summer reading challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to motivate children to read for pleasure and to ensure that students maintain their reading skills over summer vacation. On this page you can find OCPS provided links to reading lists, interactive literacy websites, e-books, parent resources, and literacy events in our community. Students may also access the OCPS’s Summer Reading Challenge via LaunchPad. This challenge encourages students to read and log their minutes electronically using the Beanstack application. For more information about Beanstack, watch this video.
As your family reads this summer, OCPS encourages you to share the literacy message via Twitter. Using the hashtag, #OCPSreads, we hope our students (over 13 years of age) and parents will share what you are reading, where you are reading and how much you are reading.  Utilize the hashtag when posting pictures of books and fun places that students read over the summer, too.

Spanish Version
Portuguese Version
Haitian Creole Version

State Book Lists

2020-2021 SSYRA Jr. Annotated List
2020-2021 SSYRA 3-5 Annotated List
2020-2021 SSYRA 6-8 Annotated List
2020-2021 Florida Teen Reads Annotated List

State eBook Book Lists

2019-2020 SSYRA Jr. eBook List
2019-2020 SSYRA 3-5 eBook List
2019-2020 SSYRA 6-8 eBook List
2019-2020 Florida Teen Reads eBook List

Library Programs

 2020 OCLS Kids Web Banner
Orange County Public Library Elementary Programs

OCPS Tween Web banner
Orange County Public Library Secondary Programs

Library Card Application

Barnes and Noble Summer Reading

Barnes and Noble 2020 Summer 
Summer Reading Teacher Letter
Summer Reading Journal
Summer Reading Journal - Spanish Version

Suggestions for Parents

Suggestions to help build your child's reading skills

Find A Book
Find a Book
Florida's Education Commissioner and the Library Youth Program have created the “Find a Book." Through “Find a Book,” students can build customized reading lists based on their interests and reading abilities, and then locate their selections at local public libraries or Barnes and Noble bookstores.