Academics

2018 Summer Assignments

Please select the course you are registered to take in September.

All required downloadable materials and pertinent links are accessible by clicking on the links that are underlined and colored in gray. If you have any questions, please email your teacher or one of the teachers that will be teaching the course.

Mathematics

If you are taking a full course this summer (Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II or Honors PreCalculus), you are responsible for the summer work of the class you plan on attending in September after successfully completing the summer course and the Prep final exam.

Algebra I – (Mrs. Bertonazzi and Mr. Dugan)  Please read the first page carefully! This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Honors Algebra I –  (Ms. Krogman)   Please read the first page carefully! This is due the first day of class (August 27).

 

Geometry –(Mrs. Bertonazzi and Mr. Kiedaisch)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Honors Geometry – (Mr. Hollowell)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Algebra II – (Mr. Gasior and Mr. Kiedaisch)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Honors Algebra II – (Mr. Dugan and Mrs. WIlkinson)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Statistics – (Mr. Forrest)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

PreCalculus – (Mrs. Wilkinson and Mr. Forrest)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Honors PreCalculus – (Ms. Krogman and Mr. Gasior)

 

Summer work will be turned in over the summer via Google Classroom. You may scan or take a picture of your work. The classroom code for your specific section can be found below.

A Period – Krogman – Code: 4bnna

D Period – Gasior – Code: jnnhf2

I period – Gasior – Code: ydpc3j

#1-40 – Due July 15th

#41-80 – Due August 15th

***NOTE: If you make a scheduling change over the summer you will need to switch to the appropriate Google Classroom in order to receive credit.

 

Calculus – (Mr. Gasior)  This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

Honors Calculus – (Mr. Hollowell)

If you are taking Honors Calculus, the attached documents are your responsibility to work on in preparation for our first full day of class.  In order to be successful in this class, these are items that you are expected to be proficient in by this summer.

  1. The summer warm-up document should be completed to the best of your ability without a calculator prior to the first full day of classes. There will then be one day of Q & A and then it will be collected for a grade to be followed by a test.  You must do this work on separate sheets of paper showing your work. Do not use this document as a worksheet, it is only the question sheet and will not be accepted.
    1. Summer warm-up document
  2. Formula documents: You will be given a timed quiz the first week of school on this exact document. The answer sheet is provided.
    1. Honors Calculus Quiz
    2. Honors Calculus Quiz Answer Sheet

 

AP Statistics – (Mr. Hollowell)   This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

AP Calculus A/B – (Mr. Forrest)   This is due the first day of class (August 27)

 

AP Calculus B/C – (Mrs. Wilkinson)  Those students who were in Honors PreCalculus this past year must send me their completed summer packet by August 3. The other students must have it completed by the first class (August 27)

 

World Languages

AP Spanish Language & Culture summer coursework is the following:

READ – LEER – READ – LEER –

Para mejorar el español (el vocabulario, la gramatica y la compresion), necesita leer!

Usando esta red:  https://www.veintemundos.com/en/library/

Escoja 10 –  y léanlos, tambien  hagan los ejercicios que se encuentra en las pestañas (tabs)

  • Identifiquen  y  escriben las palabras de vocabulario que son interesantes para utlizar este año en estas temas que discutiremos…
    • El Desafio Mundial
    • La Ciencia y La Technologia
    • La Vida Contemporanea
    • Las Familias y Las Comunidades
    • La Belleza y La Estetica

All AP Spanish Literature  & Culture course work was distributed prior to the end of the school year and has been posted on Google Classroom. 

English I

English I Honors:

  1. Into the Wild by John Krakauer
  2. The Hunter by Richard Stark

English I College Prep:

Choose one of the following three:

  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie;
  • The Hunter by Richard Stark
  •  The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

English II

English II Honors:  

  1. Dourado by David Wood
  2. The Einstein Prophecy by Robert Mastello
  3. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

English II College Prep:  

  1. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
  2. The Road by Carmac McCarthy

English III

English III Honors:

  1. Fifth Business by Robertson Davies
  2. Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton
  3. All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Remarque

English III College Prep:  

  1. All Quiet On The Western Front by Eric Remarque
  2. Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton

English IV

AP English IV

  1. Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  2. Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
  3. The Odyssey by Homer
  4. As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
  5. The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

English IV

  • No Assignment: Caritas Project