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Summer Reading Skills Seminar

Sharpen your reading skills!

CAMP EXPERIENCE:

Make the most out of your summer reading! Practice note taking, annotating, discussion, reading critically, and essay writing skills under the watchful eye of one of Pennington's most experienced English teachers.

Use your summer reading assignment or any literature you read this summer to improve your skills and get ready for the school year. This class is designed for students who will be high school freshmen or sophomores during the 2017-18 school year. Small class sizes and the personal attention that Pennington teachers are known for will help all students get more out of their English classes next year.

Both Pennington students and students from other schools are welcome to register for the class.

INSTRUCTOR:
Erin O'Connell, Teacher of English

CAMP OPEN TO:

Boys and girls who will be in ninth or tenth grade in Fall 2017.

ITEMS PROVIDED:
Pennington Summer Programs T-shirt, lunch

ITEMS TO BRING:
Spiral notebook with lined paper and pens/pencils. Laptops and iPads are optional.

CAMP DATES for 2017:
Week of July 17
Week of July 24

CAMP HOURS:
9:00-11:30 a.m.

CAMP COST:
$250
Before-camp care is available for an additional charge.

Our camps fill up very quickly— please click this link to register today!

Erin O'Connell Director of Peer Leadership & Horizon Program eoconnell@pennington.org

Erin O’Connell has twenty years’ experience as Director of The Pennington School’s Peer Leadership program and directs the School’s Horizon senior internship program. She holds a B.A. in English from Rutgers University and an M.A. in school counseling from Rider University. She teaches Honors English in the Upper School.