Summer Academic Assignments
Course: Summer Math Assignment
The purpose of the summer math assignment is to assist with reviewing material that students should already be familiar with to ease students back into the school year. In addition, not as much time will be needed in class to review previous material and new content can start to be covered sooner.
The assignment is required and will be assigned a grade. The assignment needs to be fully completed with all work shown and brought to school on the first day of school. You may print the assignment and show your work on the assignment if enough space was provided or you may show your work on your own paper. There will be an assessment over the review material soon after you return to school at a date to be determined by your teacher.
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Course: Summer English Assignments
St. John's Jesuit employs a summer reading program to keep students engaged during their time spent out of the classroom. Works across all grade levels include, Kafka's "An Imperial Message," Cormier's "The Moustache," Lawrence's "The Rocking Horse Winner," Krakauer's Into Thin Air, Herbert's Dune, O'Brien's The Things They Carried, Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Orwell's 1984. For more details and the full assignments with written components:
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