The CMS Book Club
CMS Book Club Reads of the Month
Finn McAllister was a normal middle school nerd, but now he's a ghost with a big mystery to solve. One minute, Finn was biking home from school, and the next, he was run off the road by a maniac in a big van.
When eleven-year-old Yumi Chung stumbles into a kids' comedy camp, she is mistaken for another student, so she decides to play the part.
What is cms book club?
The CMS Book Club is a Reading Club that is meant for those students who enjoy and love reading as a leisure activity. The Book club might even explore writing for those avid readers who wish to explore their creative side in writing. Typically, these students can't wait until the next book comes out in a series they may be reading or are simply interested in exploring different genres or new reads popping up in the library. The CMS Book Club is not an AR Club, but most books read in the club as a group or separately do have AR quizzes and points.
Can anyone join?
All students in grades 6th - 8th can join the CMS Book Club at the beginning of the school year. We encourage students to listen to announcements and pay attention to flyers when initial membership begins. There is a deadline to join and usually it is in the last week of September. If a student transfers to CMS from another campus or district and hears about the club there is an exception for joining.
Where do you meet?
Book Club meetings are held in the library during lunch times A & B w/Mr. Brito every Wednesday, unless it is cancelled or postponed for another day. At times, if there is an activity, students may meet after school ensuring they have parental permission.
are there club rules?
Yes, there are Book Club rules for all students participating. The key to having a safe and fun book club is organization and a successful club must have rules to abide by; this makes the club fair for all students.
what activities are involved in the club?
First and foremost, reading is the essential component of the book club. Activities vary, but do involve; reading books independently or a book as a group and discussing the genre, theme, plot and story; book talks with the group; playing a genre or other form of literacy game, using technology with books to create book trailers, possibly creating a story using writing skills to create a short story book and so much more. Another fond activity the book club always participates is helping set up the Scholastic Book Fair in the Fall and Spring. Other activities also include fundraising for future club purchases or possible educational field trips.
Who do I contact for more details?
Contact Mr. Brito on the contact page of this website for questions and details.