SR FAQ PAGE

 

 

 What is the date my child or young adult can start reading? 

 Volunteer hours and books read must occur on or between May 31st and August 9th.

 

What do I need to do to so my child and/or young adult can participate?

1. Read the Summer Reading Guidelines

2. The parent or guardian of the child wanting to participate must fill out the Child Registration Form. The young adult must fill out the Young Adult Registration Form with their information.

3. Bring the completed form on your first visit to the FEAST Summer Reading Library.

 

What books can the participants read?

     The program's sponsors intend to encourage children and young adults to read books that foster positive, wholesome attitudes and provide quality entertainment and knowledge; therefore, rewards will only be given for books read that follow these guidelines: 

1) the books are on the FEAST Summer Reading Book Lists, 

2) the books are available for purchase from the FEAST bookstore or

3) the books do not contain any of the following: witchcraft, sorcery, gory violence, satanic theology, or romance. 

We expect children to read books that are at or above their recommended age reading level.

  

What are the steps for a child to participate in the Summer Reading Program?

1. Fill out the Children Registration form and bring it on your first visit

2. Read books from the FEAST Summer Reading Book List

3. Fill out a Book Report form for every book read

4. Bring in your reports and receive $1 for every report turned in (maximum of $20) and one ticket for the random drawings. If the child surpasses the the $20 limit, one Bookstore Buck will be given for every report up to 20.

 

Young Adult Reading Program

 There are 3 ways a young adult can participate in the Summer Reading Challenge:

1. Log the time that they spend reading to small children, the elderly or handicapped persons within their community, or volunteering on the FEAST Summer Reading Program Team

 2. Read books from our FEAST Summer Reading Book List and submit comprehensive book reviews to help parents choose quality books for their family.

3. Participate in an optional book club that will meet weekly at FEAST to discuss the selected book

 

 Volunteer

1. Fill out the Young Adult Registration Form and bring it on your first visit

2. Log the time that spent reading to small children, the elderly or handicapped persons within their community, or volunteering on the FEAST Summer Reading Program Team between May 31st and August 9th

3. Bring in your completed Young Adult Volunteer Log to receive your award of 1 ticket for every hour of volunteering

 

Book Reviews

1. Fill out the Young Adult Registration Form and bring it on your first visit

2. Read a book from the Young Adult Book List

4. Go to www.homeschoolfeast.com and fill out the Online Book Review Form

5. Bring your paper copy into FEAST and receive your $5 per report (maximum of $20). If the young adult surpasses the $20 limit, then they will receive 5 tickets for every review turned in and $3 in Bookstore Bucks.

 

Book Club

1. Fill out the Young Adult Registration Form and bring it on your first visit

2. Read the assigned chapters from the specified book

3. Come to the weekly meeting to discuss the chapters you read

4. Receive a reward of 3 tickets per meeting attended for the random drawings

 

 

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