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The counseling department will be welcoming two new counselors next school year, Chrystal Copenhaver and Jayla Crane. Should you have questions or concerns regarding a student schedule, please contact the following counselor based on the following information:
2017-2018 School Year:
Marjorie Lynch 12th Grade email@example.com
Chrystal Copenhaver 11th Grade firstname.lastname@example.org
Jayla Crane 10th Grade email@example.com
Natalia Rhoe 9th Grade firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselors will be available by appointment on specific days during the summer (please call the front office should you want to schedule an appointment – 304-274-5141). Counselors will be returning to school on Monday, August 7th, 2017.
Thank you and have a great summer!
Students who sign up for AP or honors classes must complete the summer assignment if there is one. Please note that students will not be removed from these classes at the beginning of next school year if they fail to complete their summer assignments.
***Please continue to check back as other summer assignments will be added as they are received.
2017 - 2018 STEAM Academy Students:
**There is NO STEAM Honors English 10 Assignment.
2017 - 2018 9 Honors:
2017 - 2018 10 Honors:
2017 - 2018 AP 11th Grade Students:
2017 - 2018 12 Honors:
2017 - 2018 Honors English 11 students:
2017 - 2018 AP Literature students:
*Books available at Martinsburg Books-a-Million at counter
AP World, US, Civics/Government
**There will be a mandatory meeting for students enrolled in these class for Fall 2017 on Wednesday, May 31st in the school's LGI room @ 2:45 pm.
AP Government & Politics Students
AP US History
2017 - 2018 Band Students:
2017- 2018 Orchestra Students:
2017 - 2018 AP Physics students:
2017 - 2018 AP Biology students:
2017 - 2018 AP Chemistry students:
2017 - 2018 AP Calculus students:
2017 - 2018 AP Stats Students:
Summer Reading & Math Challenge
To ensure that West Virginia’s students don’t fall behind while school is out of session, the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) wants your help in encouraging children statewide to keep their academic skills sharp during the summer break through the Summer Learning Reading and Math Challenge.
The WVDE and West Virginia Leaders of Literacy: Campaign for Grade-Level Reading are challenging students to read every day this summer, for at least 15 to 30 minutes. Suggested summer reading goals for students based on grade levels are:
Students can sign up by going to www.Lexile.com/fab/wv/, and click on Submit your Summer Reading Pledge for a chance to help their school win a one year free site license to one of the following reading improvement programs: Achieve3000 (one elementary and one middle school), Capstone Digital's myON, and Reading Horizons(one elementary and one middle school).
The five schools with the highest percentage rate of the school's student body/population that "pledge to read" will be the recipients of the awards.
Every summer, low-income children lose about two months of math skills in the summer. These losses add up. By fifth grade, summer learning loss can leave low-income students 2 1/2 to 3 years behind their peers. As part of the Summer Math Challenge, resources to engage students in math skill-building activities are provided. The program’s goal is to help kids retain math skills they learned during the previous school year.
Reading and math resources are available on the WVDE Summer Learning Challenge website http://wvde.state.wv.us/summer-challenge.