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Dear Thompson Middle School Students and Families,

As we prepare for our much anticipated summer vacation, the teachers at Thompson Middle School would like to ensure that you continue to engage in meaningful learning experiences throughout the summer.  Consequently, we would like to challenge you to read as much as possible this summer.

Reading is an important skill and hobby.  Children and teens who engage in reading regularly will reap the benefits in school and beyond. Because of this, we ask that you engage in as much reading as possible this summer. Once you finish a book, e-book or audiobook fill out the summer reading form by clicking here or navigating to the reading form page.  You may fill out this form as many times as you read a book this summer.  There are no limitations.

Students who participate in this challenge will earn a prize at the beginning of the school year and TMS top summer readers will earn a special surprise when we return to school.
Feel free to contact me, throughout the summer, if you have any questions or need additional resources.  My email address is

Happy Reading!
Mrs. Procko
Thompson Middle School
Library Media Specialist

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Thompson Middle School is a public middle school serving 330 students in 5th through 8th grade. Located in the town of North Grosvenordale, CT it is part of the Thompson School District. Thompson Middle School is led by Principal Steven Knowlton and his dedicated team of educators, administrators and staff – each dedicated to shepherding the school’s students through the transformative Middle School years.

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