Academic Departments » 2019-2020 SUMMER READING & MATH ASSIGNMENTS





All students are required to read two books over the summer.  The Math and English departments selected the required books and will prepare the assessments for each grade level:


Please note update in Freshmen required reading books


The Book Thief  by Markus Zusak

English – Fever 1793 by L. Anderson


The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak

English – Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes


Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer

English – Our  Town by T. Wilder


The Help by Kathryn Stocket

English – Lost in Yonkers by N. Simon

Please complete a Note Taking Tool for each book you read.  This will help you to prepare for the assessments on the required Summer Reading Assignments.   Note Taking Tool can be downloaded from the link below.


Incoming 9th grade students:  If you have already purchased and read The Perks of Being a Wallflower and completed the Note Taking Tool, you have fulfilled the requirement for The Book Thief.  If not, please purchase and read The Book Thief and complete the Note Taking Tool.  The Book Thief is an option for both 9th and 10th grade students.


Additional Summer Reading Challenge:   (see grade level lists provided in the links below)

All students are encouraged to read more than the required summer reading during the summer months. Please see the recommended reading list for Summer Challenge.    Please select books from this list which you want to read and complete a Note Taking Tool guide for each additional book.   Note Taking guide sheets will be collected in September.  Special rewards will be available for those who choose to read additional books.  


Please click on assignment for class you are entering in September. All of the problems are on topics you have studied in your previous math class.  All work is to be done on loose-leaf.


Please adhere to the following:


   Place your full name on the top of the first page.

   Number all problems.

   Follow all directions.

   Show all work.

   All graphs must be accurately graphed on graph paper.

   Circle all answers.


If you need help go to Khan Academy and search under the topic.  The assignment is due on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the beginning of class. Your teacher will decide on the grading criteria.


Physics 9 assignment is for all incoming freshmen.