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All students will prepare for the beginning of the 2015-16 school year by purchasing, downloading, etc. a book, according to the grade you will be entering next year. All honors, AP and Dual Enrollment classes will require that students read and annotate the books in the summer and be prepared for assignments the first week of school. All standard level classes will be required to purchase the book and bring it with them the first day of school. Standard classes will be reading the novels together upon returning from summer break, however, they are encouraged to get a head start on the reading over the summer. All students will receive a grade for having the book with them the first week of school. Do not wait to order your book until last minute. Used books can be found for nominal sums.
9th grade honors and standard— Night by Elie Wiesel
10th grade honors and standard - Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
11th grade honors and standard—The Crucible by Arthur Miller
12th grade- Lord of the Flies by William Golding
*Dual Enrollment Composition One - Anthem by Ayn Rand
*Honors Contemporary Literature - How to Read Literature Like a
Professor by Thomas C. Foster
*AP Language and Composition - go to Student links and click on Mrs. Rose's Summer Assignments.
*AP Literature - go to student links and click on Mrs. Frew's Summer Assignments.
New Student Registration (for the summer)
begins July 13th and ends August 6th.
Monday through Thursday from 7:30 to 10:30 and 1:30 to 3:30.
Closed on Fridays. Subject to change due to Staff availability.
Please call 213-2100 for more information.
Registration Forms and required records must be complete to make student's schedule.
Due to the state delaying the release of End of Course exams, report cards will not be mailed out on 6/11/15. The district office has asked us to wait until next week for the testing results to be released so that all information is as accurate as possible on the individual student report cards. We apologize for the delay.