Are your teachers and family aware of your reading problems? Many schools have reading teachers at the middle-school level. Make an appointment to see your counselor before school gets out and see if you can arrange to meet with the reading or language arts teacher. You may need to be tested to pinpoint specific reading problems that are affecting your comprehension. Hopefully, one of these teachers will help you learn some of the things that you should work on over the summer to improve your reading.
Many reading difficulties can be improved if you read in the best environment for you. Some people read with the TV or radio on; however, it may distract you. Also, do you read while lying down and become sleepy, or try to read in dim light? Select a reading spot where the conditions are best for you.
It takes practice to become a better reader. You must read at least 30 minutes each day this summer. Start with easy material that is fun to read before advancing to more challenging material. You will soon discover that the more you read, the easier it will be for you to read.