History Summer Work 2016:
In preparation for your studies of U.S. History you will read one of the following books during summer vacation. Be sure you choose the correct book from the list if you are going into the 9th or 10th grade choose books that are listed as U.S. I books, all 12th grade students will choose a book listed as U.S. II. All honors students in grades 9, 10, & 12 will also read an additional book each quarter from the list or an another approved book by the teacher. [Read more…]
Summer Math Instructions:
- Go to www.assistments.org and click on the green GET STARTED
- Click on I AM A STUDENT and then put in the appropriate code for the class you will be taking next year:
- vh7bkc for “I will be entering GRADE 9 in 2016/2017 YEAR”
- cbndpe for “2016-2017 I WILL BE TAKING ALGEBRAIC REASONING”
- ytd9mb for “2016-2017 I WILL BE TAKING PRE-CALCULUS”
- zzpsc5 for “2016-2017 I WILL BE TAKING ALGEBRA 2”
- jdguhx for “2016-2017 I WILL BE TAKING GEOMETRY”
- First Name: Type in your first name
- Last Name: Type in your last name
- Birthdate: Type in your birthday
- Grade: Type in the grade you will be entering in Fall of 2016
- Time Zone: US/Eastern
- Create a password: (if you think you might forget use your student ID number)
SUMMER READING – SCIENCE
Students will select and read THREE articles of their choice that relates to the science course they WILL be taking when they return to school. The article should relate to their technical area/vocational program. Students will write THREE one page summaries and define 5 key terms found in the article.
Incoming freshmen: Biology
Juniors: Physics [Read more…]
SUMMER READING – ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
Read (1) novel of your choice.
For each chapter write the following:
- Summarize – write down the most important information, details, or events in the story. Retell the events of the story in your own words.
- Reflect – Think about what you are reading. Write a paragraph that includes any sentences or phrases that have significant meaning to you or affect you in some way, and then explain.
- Predict – In one or two sentences make a prediction of what you think will happen in the next chapter.