New Student Information
- Mathematics & Foreign Language Placement Assessments
- Summer Required Reading
- Summer Math Packets
- Project Week Information
- PE Clothes
- Order Textbooks
- Important Dates to Know
- 1-to-1 Laptop Program
The first step toward a successful year is to make sure all newly enrolled students are placed in the appropriate level mathematics and world language classes. In order to do so, we ask all students to take assessments. These assessments do not affect students’ standing with the school. Rather, they ensure students begin the year in the classes most suitable to their current mathematics and world language skill levels. There is no world language placement assessment for students entering the 5th grade.
Students entering 5th grade do not take math placement tests. Because we accept students from many different schools, Course 1 exposes students to a variety of different math curriculum. We use Course 1 as an opportunity for students to learn, review, and hone the key math skills they will need for Course 2 and Pre-Algebra. This includes an emphasis on the problem solving skills needed for solving word problems. If you have any questions about placement, please email Pattie Bank at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to find the reading list for the grade you will be entering. Each list indicates what book is required reading and how many additional books from the list are to be read before school begins.
Each student is to complete the summer math packet for the math course he or she will be entering in the fall. The Course I math packet is optional.
Course 1, Course 2, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry will be using IXL summer math packets. Students will be emailed login credentials and information about assignments in July.