Summer Reading Gets Heated

Alex Miskus and lakecentralnews

Summer reading is often dreaded by higher-level students, but some teachers decided summer reading needed some spicing up.

Mr. Christopher Engel, English, changed the summer reading for AP English 11 students loaded with essays, questions and assignments to do throughout the summer.

“[The goal of the new summer reading] is to make it more active of a process,” Engel said.

The sophomore and freshmen summer reading has stayed the same with classics such as Left for Dead and A Raisin in the Sun.

Engel changed the summer reading for benefit of the students.

“Without a doubt, [the students will gain] a better understanding of what they are doing in class,” Engel said.