The library hosts a variety of incentive programs, designed to promote reading and develop relationships.  Students are encouraged to get involved!



Lunch-n-Lit is a grade level book club. Students are encouraged to sign up, read the selected book and come prepared to contribute to a great book discussion. On meeting days, participants bring their lunch to the library, discuss books, and enjoy a treat!


The Reading Without Walls Challenge

READING WITHOUT WALLS is an annual nationwide reading program presented by Gene Yang, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.  The National Ambassador Program is sponsored by The Children’s Book Council, Every Child a Reader, and The Library of Congress.

Expand your horizons and earn a reward each month!


February 2018

Read a book about a character who doesn’t look or live like you.

Diversity comes in many forms: race, religion, gender, class, ability, and more.

Complete the February Bookmark and turn it in by Wednesday, February 28th.


March 2018

Read a book about an issue you don’t know much about.

An issue is an important question or topic that needs to be solved,

including environmental problems like global warming, pollution, and endangered species

or social justice issues like homelessness, poverty, racial injustice, or discrimination.

Complete the March Bookmark and turn it in by Friday, March 30th.


April 2017

Read or listen to a book in a format that you don’t normally read for fun.

-A graphic novel – A book in verse – An audiobook – A nonfiction book-

Complete the April Bookmark and turn it in by Monday, April 30th.



Complete all 3 monthly challenges + Create a video and a poster.

Reading Without Walls Challenge Project Instructions