SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS: Summer assignments provide a head start for fall learning and help students retain skills and knowledge gained the previous year. Teachers have distributed materials and/or spoken with students in the following classes with summer assignments: all English classes, Spanish 2/3/4, AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP European History, AP Government , and AP U.S. History.
All English Classes:
- AP Literature Course Materials and Summer Reading (Students must use the following editions of the titles listed below. It is imperative that the editions are as listed: this will ensure continuity in our textual citations and continuity in our discussions.)
- English Department Summer Reading Assignment: For All Non-AP English Students
- AP Language Summer Reading Assignment
Reading Competition Link - Studennts need to scroll down to the comments section and post your response.
Spanish 3 and Spanish 4:
Students in AP Biology are required to read the first three chapters of the text and complete the assignments as directed on the link below:
AP Calculus: AP Calculus students received a summer packet that. The google classroom code is k7qlki
AP European History:
AP European Hisory students received handouts and a take-home test on Chapter 1. Students should answer the ODD numbered questionson the test. Vocabulary and short answer questions numbers 71, 73, 75, 77 and 79 should be written on a separate sheet of paper.
- AP European History Assignment (The entire assignment is due on the first day of school!)
AP Government: In order to prepare for the upcoming semester of AP Government, students are asked to complete the following assignment:
- Read and Outline the first three chapters of the text: American Government Roots and Reform and outline those chapters. Outlines should be handwritten.
- Students MUST also learn the 27 Amendments to the Constitution.
- AP Government Assignment
AP U.S. History: Students in AP U.S. History must complete the following assignment prior to the start of school:
- AP U.S. History students need to read and outline Chapters 1 and 2 over the summer.