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Required Reading for Eby Second Graders/Accelerated Reader Levels 1.5-2.5

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Required Reading for Eby Second Graders/Accelerated Reader Levels 1.5-2.5
Little Bear’s Friend, by Else Minarik

Henry and Mudge and the Snowman Plan, by Cynthia Rylant

How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?, by Jane Yolen

Just Grandpa and Me, by Mercer Mayer

Clifford Gets a Job, by Norman Bridwell

Five Little Monkeys Wash the Car, by Eileen Christelow

Ira Sleeps Over, by Bernard Waber

Nate the Great Goes Undercover, by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

Three by the Sea, by Edward Marshall

Required Reading for Eby Third Graders/Accelerated Reader Levels 2.3-4.9

(Student chooses 10 to read)

Amelia Bedelia Helps Out, by Peggy Parish

Dirt Bike Racer, by Matt Christopher

How to Eat Fried Worms, by Thomas Rockwell

Ramona and Her Father, by Beverly Cleary

Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King, by Jean Marzollo

The Story of Jumping Mouse: A Native American Legend, by John Steptoe

Fantastic Mr. Fox, by Roald Dahl

Ramona the Brave, by Beverly Cleary

A Case for Jenny Archer, by Ellen Conford

Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds, by David A. Adler

Sam, Bangs, & Moonshine, by Evaline Ness

The Chocolate Touch, by Patrick Skene Catling

Henry Ford, People We Should Know

Skinnybones, by Barbara Park

Stanley and the Magic Lamp, by Jeff Brown

Westward to Home, Joshua's Diary, The Oregon Trail, 1848

Going, Going, Gone! With the Pain & The Great One, by Judy Blume

Amber Brown Sees Red, by Paula Danziger

The Unicorn's Secret. Moonsilver, by Kathleen Duey

Freckle Juice, by Judy Blume

Superfudge, by Judy Blume

Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective, by Donald Sobo

Amber Brown Goes Fourth, by Paula Danziger

The Reluctant Pitcher, by Matt Christopher

Because of Winn-Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo

The Whipping Boy, by Sid Fleischman

Hannah, by Gloria Whelan

Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, by Eleanor Coe

Required Reading for Eby Fourth Graders/Accelerated Reader Levels 4.0-5.7

(Student chooses 10 to read)

Stone Fox, by John Reynolds Gardiner

Misty of Chincoteague, by Marguerite Henry

Jelly Belly, by Robert Kimmel Smith

Fourth Grade Rats, by Jerry Spinelli

The Gold Cadillac, by Mildred Taylor

The Trumpet of the Swan, by E.B. White

The Pinballs, by Betsy Byars

Can’t You Make Them Behave, King George?, by Jean Fritz

My Brother’s Keeper, by Mary Pope Osborne

Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Mystery, by Deborah Howe

The Secret of Candlelight Inn, by Carolyn Keene

When You Reach Me, by Rebecca Stead

The Bears' House, by Marilyn Sachs

Holes, by Louis Sachar

Bambi, by Felix Salten

Shh! We're Writing the Constitution, by Jean Fritz

The Doll in the Garden, by Mary Downing Hahn

Ramona and Her Mother, by Beverly Cleary

The Journey Outside, by Mary Steele

The Report Card, by Andrew Clements

The Clue of the Hissing Serpent, by Franklin Dixon

The Heroine of the Titanic: A Tale both True and Otherwise Life of Molly Brown, by Joan Blos

Required Reading for Eby Fifth Graders/Accelerated Reader Levels 5.0-6.4

(Student chooses 10 to read)
Ace, The Very Important Pig, by Dick King-Smith

Number the Stars, by Lois Lowry

Call It Courage, by Armstrong Sperry

The Black Stallion, by Walter Farley

Homecoming, by Cynthia Voigt

The Summer of the Swans, by Betsy Byars

The Matchlock Gun, by Walter Edmonds

The Secret in the Old Attic, by Carolyn Keene

The Best Bad Thing, by Yoshiko Uchida

A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle

The Egypt Game, by Zilpha Keatley Snyder

Stuart Little, by E.B. White

The Journal of Scott Pendleton Collins: A World War II Soldier, by Walter Myers

Out of the Dust, by Karen Hesse

Kenny & the Dragon, by Tony DiTerlizzi

Lewis and Clark: Explorers of the American West, by Steven Kroll

Early Sunday Morning: The Pearl Harbor Diary of Amber Billows, by Barry Denenberg

Soldier's Heart, by Gary Paulsen

America: A Patriotic Primer, by Lynne Cheney

Brian's Winter, by Gary Paulson




The Board of Education declares it to be the policy of this District to provide an equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, color, creed, age, disability, religion, gender, ancestry, national origin, place of residence within the boundaries of the District, or social or economic background, to learn through the curriculum offered in this District.

Complaint Procedure

Section I

If any person believes that the Napoleon School District or any of the District’s staff has inadequately applied the principles and/or regulations of (1) Title II, Title VI, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, (2) Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972, (3) Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and (4) The Americans with Disabilities Act, s/he may bring forward a complaint, which shall be referred to as a grievance, to the District’s Civil Rights Coordinator.
Section II

The person who believes s/he has a valid basis for grievance shall discuss the grievance informally and on a verbal basis with the District’s Civil Rights Coordinator, who shall in turn investigate the complaint and reply with a verbal answer to the complainant. S/He may initiate formal procedures according to the following steps:

Step 1: A written statement of the grievance signed by the complainant shall be submitted to the District’s Civil Rights Coordinator within five (5) business days of receipt of answers to the informal complaint. The Coordinator shall further investigate the matters of grievance and reply in writing to the complainant within five (5) business days.
Step 2: If the complainant wished to appeal the decision of the District’s Civil Rights Coordinator, s/he may submit a signed statement of appeal to the Superintendent of Schools within five (5) business days after receipt of the Coordinator’s response. The Superintendent shall meet with all parties involved, formulate a conclusion, and respond in writing to the complainant within ten (10) business days.
Step 3: If the complainant remains unsatisfied, s/he may appeal through a signed written statement to the Board of Education within (5) business days of his/her receipt of the Superintendent’s response in step two. In an attempt to resolve the grievance, the Board of Education shall meet with the concerned parties and their representative within twenty (20) business days of the receipt of such an appeal. A copy of the Board’s disposition of the appeal shall be sent to each concerned party within ten (10) business days of this meeting.
Step 4: If at this point the grievance has not been satisfactorily settled, further appeal may be made to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 600 Superior Avenue, Room 750, Cleveland, Ohio 44114.
Inquiries concerning the nondiscriminatory policy may be directed to Director, Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education, Washington, D.C., 20201.
The District’s Coordinator, on request, will provide a copy of the District’s grievance procedure and investigate all complaints in accordance with this procedure. A copy of each of the Acts and the regulations on which this notice is based may be found in the District Coordinator’s office.

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