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CAMMARERI, Rosa: Grade 8

DEOBLER, Cathy: (M.J.P.A.) Grade 6

FELDMAN, Carmen: Grade 7

FRANKLIN(*DEPT. CHAIR), John: Grade 6,7,8

GARCIA, Elizabeth (E.D.) : Grade 6 

HODGE, Tyrone: (M.J.P.A.) Grade 6

JAVIER, Agripina: Grade 8

LEAS, Pamela: Grade 8

ROSENBERG, Jeffrey: (M.J.P.A.) Grade 6

SAWYERS, Michelle: (M.J.P.A.), Grade 8

STEWART, A: (M.J.P.A.),  Grade 6, 7

WEST, Karen: Grade 6

ZANA, Hilary: Grade 6, 7

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Are You a

Reading Superstar?


Mulholland Middle School

Reading Competition!

Read a book, submit your reading logs

to your teacher today!

Get Caught in the Act Reading!

Coupons will be given by teachers and other staff who see students reading in their classes (after they finish their assignments), and in the hallways at nutrition and lunch.  Prizes will be awarded weekly in a drawing for students who submit their "Caught in the Act- Reading" coupons to Ms. Poulsen in room 50.   Reading improves so many other skills without even trying!  Vocabulary levels increase, writing skills improve and comprehension improves.  READ, READ, READ!!!


Book Fair is coming soon!  Be sure to save your money because there is no better investment in your future than reading and learning!  STAY POSTED!

Reading Improves Writing Skills

Reading Improves Writing Skills

English Resources


*English Common Core State Standards

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LAUSD Literacy and Language Arts

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LAUSD ELA Common Core

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Reading Contest Rules


  1. Each teacher inspires their students to read books in their content areas. Tell them about your favorites when you were young.
  2. Students submit proof of the books they have read to their teacher.
  3. Teachers can decide how they will verify that the student has read the book.  (Sample book logs are attached, or you may devise another form)
  4. At the end of each month, give a certificate (or certificates) to the top readers in your classes (you may choose one for each class, or one overall).
  5. Outstanding readers should have their names submitted to Ms. Poulsen’s mailbox and the winner will be featured as the school’s monthly top reader.
  6. Winner of the school-wide competition will be spotlighted on the school website!