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2018 Summer Reading Information

Welcome to summer! We hope you will enjoy your summer reading.


Students entering grades 9, 10, and 11 will read a “Grade Read.” All of these books were selected by the English and History faculty and will be discussed in humanities classes during the first few weeks of school in the fall. Seniors do not have a summer read and are encouraged to spend time working on their college essays and applications.

Students should be prepared to discuss, be quizzed on, and reference their “Grade Read” during the first week of class.

Freshmen must complete a short written assignment on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.
Sophomores should complete the reading guide for Minus 148 Degrees: The Winter Ascent of Mt. McKinley.


Most major bookstores and public libraries should have these summer reading titles available. Below you will also find the freshmen written assignment and the sophomore reading guide.

Enjoy!

GRADE READS:
9th Grade Class Read: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Sherman Alexie
10th Grade Class Read: Minus 148 Degrees: The Winter Ascent of Mt. McKinley, Art Davidson
11th Grade Class Read: They Say/ I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, with 2016 MLA Update, Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein (Third Edition - ISBN-10: 0393617432)

Summer Reading Assignments
Freshmen Written Assignment - The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (due at the beginning of school)
Sophomore Reading Guide - Minus 148 (due at the beginning of school)


AP Class Summer Reading Information

AP Environmental Science - Contact Robin Colt with questions.

Myth of Progress by Tom Wessels

AP US History
- Contact Dave Meyer for a list of summer reading and assignments.

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Home Academics Library Summer Reading

2018 Summer Reading Information

Welcome to summer! We hope you will enjoy your summer reading.


Students entering grades 9, 10, and 11 will read a “Grade Read.” All of these books were selected by the English and History faculty and will be discussed in humanities classes during the first few weeks of school in the fall. Seniors do not have a summer read and are encouraged to spend time working on their college essays and applications.

Students should be prepared to discuss, be quizzed on, and reference their “Grade Read” during the first week of class.

Freshmen must complete a short written assignment on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.
Sophomores should complete the reading guide for Minus 148 Degrees: The Winter Ascent of Mt. McKinley.


Most major bookstores and public libraries should have these summer reading titles available. Below you will also find the freshmen written assignment and the sophomore reading guide.

Enjoy!

GRADE READS:
9th Grade Class Read: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Sherman Alexie
10th Grade Class Read: Minus 148 Degrees: The Winter Ascent of Mt. McKinley, Art Davidson
11th Grade Class Read: They Say/ I Say: The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, with 2016 MLA Update, Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein (Third Edition - ISBN-10: 0393617432)

Summer Reading Assignments
Freshmen Written Assignment - The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (due at the beginning of school)
Sophomore Reading Guide - Minus 148 (due at the beginning of school)


AP Class Summer Reading Information

AP Environmental Science - Contact Robin Colt with questions.

Myth of Progress by Tom Wessels

AP US History
- Contact Dave Meyer for a list of summer reading and assignments.

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