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Rising Juniors (Class of 2022) Summer Homework:

Note:

Students were given Summer Assignments prior to the last day of school. The assignments posted may not reflect the entire summer homework packet. Please contact your teachers with any questions and to ensure you have all assignments.

 

English Reading Assignment: 11th Grade English

French Summer Assignment: French 4 Rising Juniors Summer Assignment

IB Economics Summer Assignment: IB Economics

Spanish 4 Summer Assignment: ESPANOL_4_Verano Summer

AP US History Website: APUSH Website

 

 

Class School Supply Lists (Please keep checking for updates!)

Junior English Supplies and Books to read (Ms. Wilson and Ms. Payne): Junior English Books Needed 

  • 1-1 /2 inch flex-hybrid note binder * (The binder becomes the portfolio that is required.)
  • Colored markers or pens or pencils
  • Access to a printer

Mrs. Salo: HL Biology (Juniors):

  •  1-inch three ring binder
  •  Two packs of 5-tab binder dividers
  •  Art sketch book (close in size to 8.5" x 11")

SL Biology:

  • Class notebook - this can be a binder or spiral, but either choice should have pockets and/or dividers (Student preference). Seniors should continue using their notebook from last year so that all of their labs are in one place to help them when they begin work on IA's.
  • Juniors will also need a graphing notebook to use as a lab notebook.  Composition book style is preferred simply because spiral graphing notebooks do not stack well and get tangled up with each other making it difficult to separate them for grading.  The composition style are also much lower cost.  The advantage for spiral, though is that they have larger pages and some have pockets which are quite useful for lab handouts. Either choice is fine.

Mr. Mobley's Physics Supply List:

  • Scientific calculator (graphing calculator is fine, but not required)
  • Metric ruler
  • Small loose-leaf binder or a spiral notebook with perforated pages.  Pockets and a few dividers are useful but not required, as there are many handouts, or you can hole-punch them. (Any kind of notebook where the student can organize and retain class notes and work that is graded and returned.)
  • A small package of graph paper of any type, or a small graph-paper composition book.
  • Access to a computer with Zoom, a camera and microphone, and a word processing and spreadsheet program (such as Word & Excel). I believe you can download Word & Excel through the HCPS Microsoft Student Advantage link.
  • A smartphone capable of running the Pasco Sparkvue free app would be very useful.

Ms. Crosby's Chemistry Supply List:

  • 1 inch 3 ring binder
  • 10 dividers
  • 100 sheet protectors
  • 4 function calculator
  • Multi color pen
  • Lined paper
 

Ms. Lejido's Supplies for Spanish IV:

  • One three ring binder with 4 tabs
  • One composition book
  • Pens(one red), pencils, yellow market and one Expo dry erase market
  • 3x5 packet of cards.
  • Lysol spray or hand sanitizer and one box of tissues
  •   Grammar book: Practice Makes Perfect: Complete Spanish Grammar, Premium Third Edition (Inglés) Tapa blanda de Gilda Nissenberg. ISBN # 978-1-259-58419-0

Mrs. Cummings' Class Supplies for French:

  • 1-1 1/2" 3-ring binder with front cover pocket (If you do not have one from last year)
  • 1 set of 8 dividers for binder (If you do not have them from last year)
  • 1 pack of college ruled paper
  • 1 composition book (You may have one from last year already)
  • Black and blue pens
  • 3-4 packs of index cards
  • Highlighters
  • Markers, colored pens, tape, etc.

 Mr. Fosco's SL APPS Class:

  • 1.5 inch binder
  • Loose leaf paper
  • Two binder dividers
  • Pencils
  • Colored pens (red, green, purple, or pink) to correct work
  • Ruler
  • Graphing calculator (TI-84 is the best model for IB). 

Mr. Wiggins' Math Analysis Class:

  • Expo Markers - both black and multicolor
  • Pencils
  • Pens- both black and multicolor
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Tissues
  • Sticky notes
  • Blinder clips
  • Paper clips

Ms. Francis' IB Economics:

  • Index cards (flashcards)
  • 3 ring binder and loose leaf paper (lined and graph)
  • Dividers for sections
  • Pencils, markers, highlighters, pens (all different colors)
  • Poster boards 
  • Rulers
  • Graphing calculator (TI-83plus or 84plus)
 

Ms. Clay's Art 1,2,&3 Required Materials: 

  • Pens (any color)
  • #2 Pencils (not mechanical)
  • Hard bound sketchbook (any brand, but should be at least 8.5” x 11”)  (Juniors and seniors my continue to use the same sketchbook, unless all space is filled)
  • Kneaded Eraser AND Rubber eraser (both can be found at stores that sell art supplies, in the drawing section)

   ****Art supplies/textbooks will be available for pickup at a later date. More information to follow.

 

Ms. Oggero's IB Psychology I, II, and III: Psychology Supplies

 

AP US History Website (Both Ms. Sigmon and Ms. Wells): APUSH Website

 

 ALL Teachers would love to have Hand Sanitizer and cleaning wipes (NON-Bleach) for when school resumes! 


Junior Parent Night Presentation

Did you miss the Junior Parent Night Presentation? Or maybe you just want to see it again? No problem! You can find it here: www.morterboard.com

 


Juniors – Timeline for College Readiness

Summer and Fall:

 

  • SAT and/or ACT Preparation
  • Create a list of colleges that interest student
  • Visit College Campuses during summer 
  • Register and take PSAT/NMSQT, which is given in October. The PSAT/NMSQT qualifies students to compete for National Merit Scholarships.
  • Attend college fairs.
  • Modify the list of colleges and universities that interest the student.
  • Review college admissions criteria.

Spring

  • Register and take the SAT and/or ACT between January and June.
  • Begin Service Academy and ROTC application process. Students will need to obtain a congressional nomination for the Service Academies.
  • Register and take two SAT II Subject tests in areas the student is taking AP exams at the May or June test date.
  • Maintain academic performance as this will be the student’s GPA and class ranking that will appear on college applications.
  • Visit prospective colleges.
  • Create a resume of school activities, honors & awards, and community service from grades 9 – 12.
  • Request teacher letters of recommendation for college applications.

You can also check out this College Readiness Checklist