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Summer Assignments 2022

summer 2022 assignments

Some courses require additional work in the summer in order to prepare for the course.  The teachers of these courses have submitted this material which has been approved by their respective department chairs.   Please note that summer work based on previously learned material (i.e., review of foundational concepts) may be assessed for a grade within the first cycle of the course.  Summer work based on new material may not be assessed for a grade prior to E day of the first cycle.  For the 2022-23 school year, Tuesday, Sept. 6 is the first E day.

The following courses have submitted summer work for 2022:

  • Advanced Arabic IV
  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP French Language
  • AP Latin
  • AP Physics 1
  • AP Physics C
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Spanish Literature
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP US History

Please use the following link to access the documents for your respective course: Summer Assignments 2022

summer reading

As we close the 2021-22 school year, I wanted to take a moment and reach out about our summer reading goals for 2022. In recent years, we have had great success with our choice reading and workshop models in grades 7-9. This upcoming year, we are expanding into the 10th grade as well. However, we wanted to use this model as a basis for schoolwide summer reading moving forward.

During the course of the summer, students are expected to choose 2-3 books from the grade level lists posted on BNC Services and below. You do not need to buy all of the books on the list. Your son should simply choose 2-3 books that appeal to him.

In the fall, all students will write on their selected texts in their English classes with a pre-selected essay model and rubric. The writing will be straightforward and seek to gauge the level of interest and understanding that the student had in the selected texts. This is different from anything we have tried in the past, but we are excited for the possibility of allowing the students to find suitable reading material that excites them.

Our department goal is to produce avid and engaged readers across the grade levels, and we look forward to working with you in this process. Thank you for your help and support in this matter.


Michael Carr
English Department Chairperson

summer reading