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Summer Reading


Every summer, Oregon libraries work to prevent summer learning loss and maintain grade levels through the Collaborative Summer Library program (CSLP), funded by federal funds through the Library Services and Technology Act. Babies, children, and teens who participate in summer library programs benefit from opportunities promoting literacy development. The State Library is proud to partner with and support libraries in enhancing lifelong learning and providing meaningful, enjoyable summer learning experiences for all Oregonians. 



At a Glance

Oregonians read for 880,104 minutes in a summer reading program last year! To learn more about how Oregonians participated in Summer Reading, check out this 2017 Oregon Summer Reading Brief.


In Every Library

For a more in-depth look at every Oregon public library reporting on how they accomplished Summer Reading in their communities, check out these 2017 Summer Reading Statistics.

2018 Summer Reading: Libraries Rock! 



Summer Reading may be over, but the data lives on - If you are a library that held a Summer Reading program in 2018, please use this link to share your statistics: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018srpStats

All Oregon public, volunteer, and tribal libraries are members of the CSLP. Any Oregon library staff member can create an account at the CSLP website to access materials and resources to plan, promote, and share Summer Reading with their communities. 

To get a jumpstart on planning for 2019:


Contact 

Greta Bergquist
Youth Services Consultant
greta.bergquist@state.or.us
503-378-2528

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