Superintendent’s NAPS Summer Challenge!

posted Aug 19, 2019, 5:29 AM by Jorge Goncalves

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Superintendent’s NAPS Summer Challenge!

                                                                                “A Universe of Stories”  

Select ONE book to read from the three choices listed below.  After you have finished the book, write an essay or create a poster, flyer or drawing showing the relationship between the book you read and the theme “A Universe of Stories”.

(Each title has an edition appropriate for elementary, middle or high school student)


CHOICE #1                                                                                   Hidden Figures

(The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race by Margo Lee Shetterly)


Elementary

ISBN0062742469


Middle School ISBN978006266378


High School

ISBN9780062363602

CHOICE #2                                        The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind

(A True Story About Human Inventiveness & Its Power to Overcome Adversity by William Kamkwamba/ Bryan Mealer)


Elementary

Picture Book Edition


Middle School

ISBN0803740808



High School ISBN0061730335



CHOICE #3                                          Moon Over My Town


Choose a book from the list below to read and submit picture of a moon over North Andover  with a caption of how it relates to what you read:

The Moon Book

ISBN10:

0823413640

Children ages

 4 to 8

:



The Moon

ISBN:

0689835639

Children ages

7 to 10


Earth and Moon

ISBN:

0761323589

Young Teens


The Moon:

Earth’s

Companion in Space

ISBN:

 0766015106

Ages 9 to 12


The Earth and the Moon

ISBN:

0816051941

Young Adults

Submitting your Entry:  Entries may be submitted to the main office of your school between September 4 and September 20 (be sure to include your name and grade on your submission).   Winners will be announced at the end of September and prizes will include a Stachey’s lunch delivered by the Superintendent of Schools or a Scholastic book of your choice. Good luck!



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