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Reading Counts! is reading program in which students can read a book of interest, whether fiction or non-fiction, and then take a short quiz to test comprehension. If the student passes the quiz the student earns points which at many schools can then be cashed in for a prize or award
To determine if the great book you are reading is a part of the Reading Counts program for your school, simply click the appropriate link below:
ELEMENTARY QUIZ LIST: My child attends an elementary, primary or intermediate school (K-5, K-6, K-2 or 3-5)
MIDDLE SCHOOL QUIZ LIST: My child attends a middle school, alternative ed school, ESE school, DJJ school, or other multi-level school (6-8, 5-9, 4-10, 7-12, K-12, etc).
HIGH SCHOOL QUIZ LIST: My child attends a high school (9-12)
|DISCLAIMER: Scholastic Reading Counts! is a commercial reading motivational program. The list of Scholastic Reading Counts! Quizzes spans reading material for grades K through 12 including beginning to adult readers. Titles on this list were selected by Scholastic Inc. not by the School District. Inclusion of a title on this list does not indicate a recommendation or endorsement of the book’s content by the School District of Palm Beach County. Certain books may not be age appropriate when the student is reading at an advanced level and may not meet District criteria within SDPBC Policy 8.12. Further, the Scholastic Reading Counts! quiz list of books should not be considered an exclusive reading list from which students must select their books to read. No school classroom or library media center has all the books found on the Scholastic Reading Counts! Quiz list. District purchased library media center and supplemental classroom instructional materials, on the other hand, adhere to the selection criteria found in SDPBC Policy 8.12. View as PDF.|
MetaMetrics Pages of Interest
MetaMetrics are the creators of Lexiles. Lexiles are used to help guide readers in selecting books that the reader will be able to comprehend.