The All-School Read (ASR) is an opportunity for the entire Berkshire community, from students to alumni, to engage in a body of work from a traditional literary perspective as well as a scientific, economic, philosophical, or historical one.
It’s a chance for students to interact with talented authors and thinkers, while considering a given topic in a real-world context. This examination promotes critical thinking and provides an opportunity for a collective conversation on campus. The program launches in the fall with a kick-off event, and the book's theme is studied within the curriculum and revisited during special events throughout the year.
So excited to welcome E. Lockhart to campus for tonight’s All-School Read event. Come with your good questions for the Q&A and your copy of #WeWereLiars for the book signing afterward! #allschoolread #ASR #perkstobeingabear @elockhart pic.twitter.com/kes89JMz8I— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) September 30, 2021
Six books to choose from for this year’s All-School read! Join us this summer as we explore themes of immigration, race, love, justice, poverty, class, and more through the lens of identity. Read more here: https://t.co/Uf3nEjVS9U 📚 #ASR #ASR2020 pic.twitter.com/sPWOcSATOe— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) June 22, 2020
“We Should All Be Feminists” written by @ChimamandaReal was announced as next year’s All-School Read selection by Ms. Carew-Miller. Click the link to read about the ASR program and #ASR2019 Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: https://t.co/Of12sqdXE4 #summerreading pic.twitter.com/Vt9t4zO74M— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) May 17, 2019