Students registered for some honors or Advanced Placement courses in 2019-20 are required to complete coursework before the new school year begins on Monday, August 26. The following courses require some type of summer work. Click the course to see the assigned activity.
For more information, contact Ms. Lenz
- HW 1.1 Pg. 9-11 #1-37 odd, #41, #57
- HW 1.2a Pg. 19-21, #1-29 odd, #35-40, #57-58, #67
- HW 1.2b Pg. 19-21 #41-45, #49-51, #55a-c, #59-62
- HW 1.3a Pg. 26 Quick Review #1-6, Ex. #1-20
- HW 1.3b Pg. 27 #21-27, #39, #41-47, quick quiz #1-4
- HW 1.5a Pg. 42 Quick Review #7-10, Pg. 43 #1-10, #13-17 odd, #21-23 odd (show work)
- HW 1.5b Pg. 43-44 #33-34, #46-48, #54-57
- HW 1.6a Pg. 51 Quick Review #1-5, Ex. #1-10, Sketch graphs of sin, cos, csc, sec, tan, cot.
- HW 1.6b Pg. 51-53 #17-21 odd, #27-41 odd, #50-55
For more information, contact Mr. John
Please do not memorize the answers. It is essential that you understand how to solve each problem.
For more information, contact Ms. Kocourek
Students should then do Intro to Computer Science in Python (Rainforest)
2. Introduction to Programming with Turtle Graphics
3. Basic Python and Console Interaction
6. Functions and Exceptions
For more information, contact Mr. Pearson
Read “First Part of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha” (Prologue – Chapter LII). Please take notes on the novel. Pay attention to characters and their interaction, the setting, the various literary forms employed in the novel such as “prologue,” “epigraphs,” “eponyms,” “poetry,” “narrative style,” “litotes (understatement),” “irony,” “chivalric references,” “theological and mythological allusions,” etc., and its episodic nature. There will be an examination on the novel August 28, 2019.
For more information, contact Dr. Kay
For more information, contact Ms. Westphal
Assessment: You will be expected to know this information when you start class. There will be a test on the information the first week of school so be prepared.
Required Supplies for class:
- 3-ring binder
- Separators (12) for Cornell notes, study guides, and daily notes
- Loose leaf paper for notes
For more information, contact Mrs. Post
The first chapters of the APUSH textbook are included here, along with their relevant objectives:
For more information, contact Mr. Marrin (please put Summer APUSH in the subject line)
For more information, contact Ms. Wagner
- Select one text from the seven Classics in Western Spirituality Series list
- Carefully read the text.
- Take meticulous/copious notes on loose leaf paper to be turned in to me.
- Compose a 3-5 page reflective paper that is typed, double space, Times New Roman or Georgia font, that summarizes the spirituality of the saint(s) and incorporates your thoughts regarding his/her spirituality. Include a work(s) cited page, even if the only source you use is the Classics in Western Spirituality Series Text that you read. The notes and paper are due at the beginning of class on the first day of the school year. (Paper, hard-copies of each)
For more information, contact Ms. Lyngen