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Course Supplies for 2019-20Supplies Needed Special Instructions
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TEACHERCOURSE
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
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Benard, SarahEnglish 101. Bring a chargerd chromebook and charger to class every day 2. Have a notebook/binder with paper and pen/pencil for notes 3. Novel to purchase 1984 by George Orwell NOTE: if you would like to donate a box of tissues or wipes that would be greatly appreciated but not mandatory.Complete summer work (CLICK FOR LINK)
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Junior Humanities1. Bring a chargerd chromebook and charger to class every day 2. Have a notebook/binder with paper and pen/pencil for notes 3. Novel to purchase Into the Wild by John Krakauer NOTE: if you would like to donate a box of tissues or wipes that would be greatly appreciated but not mandatory.Complete summer work (CLICK FOR LINK)
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Hazel, KeevanDebateOur Classroom is presented and accessed digitally. Materials for any creative projects are already present in the classroom. There is no summer work for this course
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English 9Our Classroom is presented and accessed digitally. Materials for any creative projects are already present in the classroom. Students are required to purchase their own copy of To Kill A Mocking Bird to be used in the classroom during 3rd quarter Students will need to purchase the novels Tuesday's with Morrie (Quarter 1) and The Absolute True Diary of a Part Time Indian (Quarter 4).Please visit the summer read section of the Sylvania Northview website and complete the dialectical journal assignments which have been posted for the incomming 9th English students. You may use this link to go directly to the Summer read assignments.
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Senior Comp & LitOur Classroom is presented and accessed digitally. Materials for any creative projects are already present in the classroom. 1. Charged chromebook daily 2. A copy of The Last Lecture on the first day of school and other texts as notified Please visit the summer read section of the Sylvania Northview website and complete the writing assignment which have been posted for the Senior Comp. and Lit. students. You may use this link to go directly to the Summer read assignments.
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Huey, SarahArt of PhotojournalismMost assignments will be done on Chromebooks. Folder for papers handed out, some paper, pencils/pensIf you have a camera you can use it in class, if you do not we have some you can borrow. I will tell you when to bring them in.
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English 10Most assignments will be done on Chromebooks. Folder for papers handed out, some paper, pencils/pensComplete summer work (CLICK FOR LINK)
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Intro JournalismMost assignments will be done on Chromebooks. Folder for papers handed out, some paper, pencils/pens
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JournalismMost assignments will be done on Chromebooks. Folder for papers handed out, some paper, pencils/pensSell summer ads by August 30
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YearbookMost assignments will be done on Chromebooks. Folder for papers handed out, some paper, pencils/pensSell summer ads by August 30
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Musgrove, HeatherEnglish 9Although many assignments will be doneon Chromebooks, students will need a one inch three ring binder, 5 subject dividers, notebook paper, highlighters, post it notes, a red pen, and a blue or black pen (All of these items will be left in the classroom for English class use only). Students will need to purchase the novels Tuesday's with Morrie (Quarter 1) and The Absolute True Diary of a Part Time Indian (Quarter 4). The novel To Kill a Mockingbird will be provided for you to use Quarter 3.Please make sure you have completed your dialectical journal assignments. These assignments can be located on the school website under the summer assginments section.
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SR Comp & LitAlthough many assignments will be doneon Chromebooks, students will need a one inch three ring binder, 5 subject dividers, notebook paper, highlighters, post it notes, a red pen, and a blue or black pen (All of these items will be left in the classroom for English class use only). Students will need to purchase The Last Lecture and one other novel third quarter.Please make sure you complete your summer reading assignment, which can be found on the Northview website under the summer assignments section.
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Nowak, KarolynnAmerican Lit1. Please have a charged chromebook in class everyday.
2. Wide lined notebook paper and/or notebook for notes & short writing assignments
3. A folder specific for your English class
4. Pens, pencils, highlighter
5. Post-it-notes
*It would be greatly appreciated if you would like to donate a box of tissues for you use in the classroom!**
Novels that are needed during the school year will be announced well in advance with suggestions on where to find inexpensive copies.
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AP English Lit1. Please have a charged chromebook in class everyday.
2. Wide lined notebook paper and/or notebook for notes & short writing assignments
3. A folder specific for your English class
4. Pens, pencils, highlighter
5. Post-it-notes
*It would be greatly appreciated if you would like to donate a box of tissues for you use in the classroom!**
Novels that are needed during the school year will be announced well in advance with suggestions on where to find inexpensive copies.
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English 101. Please have a charged chromebook in class everyday.
2. Wide lined notebook paper and/or notebook for notes & short writing assignments
3. A folder specific for your English class
4. Pens, pencils, highlighter
5. Post-it-notes
*It would be greatly appreciated if you would like to donate a box of tissues for you use in the classroom!**
Novels that are needed during the school year will be announced well in advance with suggestions on where to find inexpensive copies.
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Rauscher, ElizabethEnglish 91. Bring a charged chrommebook to class every day
2. Have a notebook and/or binder with paper for notes
3. Bring whatever text we are working wth at the time
4. Novels to purchase: Tuesdays with Morrie, To Kill a Mockingbird, and The Absolute True Diary of a Part Time Indian
if you would like to donate a box of tissues that would be greatly appreciated but not mandatory.
Complete the summer assignment
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Honors English 91. Bring a charged chrommebook to class every day
2. Have a notebook and/or binder with paper for notes
3. Bring whatever text we are working wth at the time
4. Novels to purchase:Frankenstein,To Kill a Mockingbird, and Brave New World
if you would like to donate a box of tissues that would be greatly appreciated but not mandatory.
Complete the summer assignment
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Schloegl, AmyAmerican LitMost class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. Students are required to purchase their own copy of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas ( You will need this the First Week of Class), The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgeral,and The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien (Students will be given notice in class when exactly these texts will be required.)Complete the summer assignment.
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H English 10Most class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. Students are required to purchase their own copies of texts. (Students will be given notice in class when exactly these texts will be required and typically, digital text and audio links are also provided.)Complete your summer assignment, found on the NV Website ( under student tab and summer assingment); your typed response should be ready to turn in, via hard copy, the first day of class. You will have a reading check quiz over both novels within the first few days of class.
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Seifert, BethAnnEnglish 101. Charged chromebook daily 2. An unused single subject notebook or composition book to be left in the classroom 3. A paper copy of The House on Mango Street on first day of class 4. A paper copy of In The Time of the Butterflies for Q2. 5. Not mandatory but appreciated: a box of tissues or clorox wipes for classroom use throughout the year. Complete summer work listed for this course on the NV website,
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Sr Comp & Lit1. Charged chromebook daily 2. An unused single subject notebook or composition book to be left in the classroom. 3. A paper copy of The Last Lecture on the first day of school and other texts as notified 4. Not mandatory but appreciated: a box of tissues or clorox wipes for classroom use throughout the year.Complete summer work listed for this course on the NV website,
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Stefango, JilianAP English LangMost assignments are completed on the Chromebook, but have a folder to store assessments and in-class writings throughout the entire year. Be sure to pay attention to whenever we'll have an in-class writing, as you'll need notebook paper and a pen/pencil. Complete the summer reading (Dave Cullen's Columbine) and accompanying assignment.
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CCP Comp & LitMost assignments are completed on the Chromebook, but have a folder to store papers as well as a notebook or notebook paper you can easily access. Pencils or pens, whichever writing utensil you prefer. Pens must be in a color that is easy to read. Complete the summer reading (Kate Fagan's What Made Maddy Run) and accompanying assignment.
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Wachowiak, Don
dwachowiak@sylvaniaschools.org
Am LiteratureMost class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. Students are required to purchase their own copy of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (You will need this the First Week of Class), The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien (Students will be given notice in class when exactly these texts will be required.)Complete the summer assignment.
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DramaMost class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. You may need a few $$ to make copies of scene work over the course of the semester.
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Public SpeakingMost class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. You may want a pack of 3x5 notecards for speaking notes.
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Theatre WorkshopMost class work will be presented and accessed through Google Classroom so your Chromebook will be an important tool. Otherwise the typical pen/pencil/notebook paper/folder/binder for class is suggested. Sniffling noses would appreciate a donated box of tissues. You may prefer your own set of colored pencils, but materials for class design projects will be provided.
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Warnott, EmilyESL English
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MATH DEPARTMENT
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Christy, GregAP Calculus (BC)Notebook or 3-ring binder with paper; Graph paper (not much, mainly for your benefit); Graphing Calculator (must be AP approved- https://professionals.collegeboard.org/testing/ap/test-day/calculators)Texas Instruments (TI-83, TI-84, TI-nSpire are all acceptable)--Basically there can be no QWERTY keyboard
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AP StatisticsNotebook or 3-ring binder with paper; Graph paper (not much, mainly for your benefit); Graphing Calculator (must be AP approved- https://professionals.collegeboard.org/testing/ap/test-day/calculators)Texas Instruments (TI-83, TI-84, TI-nSpire are all acceptable)--Basically there can be no QWERTY keyboard
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StatisticsNotebook or 3-ring binder with paper; Graph paper (not much, mainly for your benefit); Graphing CalculatorTexas Instruments TI-84 recommended (TI-83 works, but the 84 will be a little easier because of certain features)
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Eckhart, JohnAP Calculus (AB)3 or 5 subject spiral Notebook or 3-ring binder with paper; Graph paper (not much, mainly for your benefit); Graphing Calculator (must be AP approved- https://professionals.collegeboard.org/testing/ap/test-day/calculators)Texas Instruments (TI-83, TI-84, TI-nSpire are all acceptable)--Basically there can be no QWERTY keyboard and summer homework accessible at google classroom class code: y2i2ul
Summer Homework on NV website
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Geometry3 subject notebook or 3-ring binder with paper, graph paper required, protractor, compass, calculator (preferably scientific)Summer homework on northview's website.
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Hon Pre Calculus3 or 5 subject notebook or 3-ring binder with paper. Graph paper, graphing calculator (preferably AP approved) https://professionals.collegeboard.org/testing/ap/test-day/calculators
Come in knowing Unit Circle; 30, 45, 60, 90 all 6 trig functions all 4 quadrants
Summer Homework on NV website
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France, GeorgeGeometry (2B)3 or 5 subject spiral notebooks, calculator, pencilsComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Jensen, KathyCollege Prep MathTI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 3 ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil & pen
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Geometry3-Ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil and pen.
Any scientific or graphing calculator. Tissues and/or hand sanitizer are appreciated for the classroom
Complete summer homework available on Northview website
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Integrated AlgebraCalculator. A folder or a binder for keeping classroom papers organized is recommended
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Kwiatkowski, BridgetHon Algebra 2TI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 3 ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil & penComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Pre CalculusTI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 3 ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil & pen
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McAlees, DeannaAlgebra 1Scientific calculator , 2" 3 ring binder , 5 dividers, 2 pocket folder, loose leaf paper, graph paper, pencil & penComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Algebra 2TI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 2" 3 ring binder , 5 dividers, 2 pocket folder, loose leaf paper, graph paper, pencil & penComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Integrated Algebra 2Scientific Calculator, 2" 3 ring binder , 5 dividers, 2 pocket folder, loose leaf paper, graph paper, pencil & pen
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Mikolajczyk, AmyGeometryAny scientific calculator(TI-83 or TI-84 is recommended), spiral notebook for notes or a 3-ring binder for notes,spiral notebook for notes or a 3-ring binder for homework, graph paper, pencils, colored pens (not black or blue), loose leaf paper, dividers if you are using a 3-ring binder, folder if you are NOT using a binderComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Hon. GeometryTI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator, spiral notebook for homework or a 3-ring binder with dividers, graph paper, pencils, colored pens (not black or blue), loose leaf paper, a folder to be used for math ONLY if you are using a spiral notebook for homework.Complete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Sayre, SarahAlgebra 1Scientific Calculator, 2" 3 Ring Binder, 5 Dividers, Loose Leaf Paper, Pencils, Colored Pens, HighlightersComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Integrated GeometryScientific Calculator, 2" 3 Ring Binder, 5 Dividers, Loose Leaf Paper, Pencils, Colored Pens, Highlighters
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Intermediate AlgebraScientific Calculator, 2" 3 Ring Binder, 5 Dividers, Loose Leaf Paper, Pencils, Colored Pens, Highlighters
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Shoemaker, DennisAlgebra 21 1/2 inch 3-ring binder with 3 dividers; loose leaf, college rule notebook paper; gragh paper; pencils; TI 83 or 84 graghing calculatorComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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StatisticsNotebook or 3-ring binder with paper; Graph paper (not much, mainly for your benefit); Graphing CalculatorTexas Instruments TI-84 recommended (TI-83 works, but the 84 will be a little easier because of certain features)
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Silm, GregAlgebra 1 (2B)TI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 3 ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil & penComplete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Pre CalculusTI-84 or TI-83 Graphing Calculator, 3 ring binder (any size), loose leaf paper, pencil & pen
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Smith, PhilAlgebra 13-ring binder, red pen, pencil, loose leaf paper, graph paper, calculator (graphing optional)Complete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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Algebra 2 (2B)3-ring binder, red pen, pencil, loose leaf paper, graph paper, graphing calculator TI 83 or 84 Complete summer homework packet that can be found on Northview's website
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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
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Bogue, MichelleAP Environmental Science
Goggles, 3 ringed binder- 1" recommended , loose leaf paper,
graph paper, pencils,calculator, pen, index cards 100 pack 3x5 or 4x6
Complete the Summer Assignment
located at the Northview Website
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Environmental Science
Goggles, 3 ringed binder- 1 " recommended , dividers, loose leaf paper,
graph paper, pencils, pen, index cards 50 pack of 3x5 or 4x6
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Diehl, MeredithBiologygoggles, writing utensils, folder/binder, composition or regular notebook, scientific calculator, dry erase markers (prefer colors), box of tissues, roll of paper towels or bottle of hand soap
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Honors Biologygoggles, writing utensils, folder/binder, 2 composition or regular notebooks,
scientific calculator, dry erase markers (prefer colors), roll of paper towels, box of tissues, box
of non-latex gloves for pig dissection
complete summer assignment located on Northview's website
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Engel, JonAP PhysicsLoose leaf, college ruled notebook paper in a 2 inch-3 ringed binder, scientific calculatorscientific calculator
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AstronomyLoose leaf, college ruled notebook paper in a 2 inch-3 ringed binder, scientific calculatorscientific calculator
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Physical ScienceLoose leaf, college ruled notebook paper in a 2 inch-3 ringed binder, scientific calculatorscientific calculator
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Ireland, KristenForensics
1. Fully charged Chromebook (school- or self provided)
2. Writing utensils (pens and pencils)
3. Loose leaf or notebook paper
4. A 1", 3-ring binder or folder to organize papers
5. Lab safety goggles (distributed freshman year)
6. A scientific or graphing calculator (one you use for math is fine)
7. A box of facial tissue
8. At least two dry erase markers (of different colors)
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Honors Physical Science
1. Fully charged Chromebook (school- or self provided)
2. Writing utensils (pens and pencils)
3. Loose leaf or notebook paper
4. A graphing paper bound composition notebook, size ~7.5" x ~9.75" (to use as a lab notebook)
5. A 1", 3-ring binder or folder to organize papers
6. Lab safety goggles (distributed freshman year in class, covered by lab fee)
7. A scientific or graphing calculator (one you use for math is fine)
8. A box of facial tissue
9. At least two dry erase markers (of different colors)
No summer homework- just come ready to class in August ready to get to work.
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Janecko, ErinBiologyA 3-ring binder (any size), 8 tabbed dividers, 1 spiral notebook, graph paper, lab goggles (from physical sci), 4 dry erase markers, 1 box of tissues
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Physical ScienceA 3-ring binder, 8 tabbed dividers, 1 spiral notebook, graph paper, (lab goggles will be provided for physical sci), calculator (one from math class is fine), 4 dry erase markers, 1 box of tissues
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Keller, EricAnatomy3-ring binder with notebook paper & dividers, safety glasses or goggles, disposable gloves for dissection (optional), open mind and a sense of humorwork hard and be patient
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Biology Chromebook - charged and ready. Writing utensils (pens and pencils), 3-ring binder with loose leaf notebook pater & dividers. Lab safety goggles. Calculator (NOT the one on your cell phone).work hard and be patient
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Cos Anatomy3-ring binder with notebook paper and dividers.work hard and be patient
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Honors Anatomy3-ring binder with notebook paper & dividers, safety glasses or goggles, disposable gloves for dissection (optional), open mind and a sense of humorwork hard and be patient
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Med Tech Anatomy3-ring binder with notebook paper & dividers, safety glasses or goggles, disposable gloves for dissection (optional), open mind and a sense of humorwork hard and be patient
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Nelson, KathrynAP SeminarSchool-issued Chromebook, notebook, writing implementsComplete summer HW (www.sylvanianothview.org then Students-> Summer Homework -> AP Seminar); additionally, budget ~$20-$40 in the spring for symposium day trip and possible other field trip
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AP ResearchSchool-issued Chromebook; notebook, writing implements (materials for research project-varies by project)See AP Research Google Classroom for updates. Continue working throughout the summer. Additionally, budget ~$25-$40 in the spring for OJSHS two-night trip and ~$25 competition fees.
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Honors ChemistryComposition book (regular sized ~7.5"x ~9.75" to use as lab notebook, no spirals), notebook paper for notes, scientific calculator (the one you use for math class is fine), pens, pencils, goggles [tissue/paper towel/soft soap donation appreciated but not required :)]Complete summer HW (www.sylvanianothview.org then Students-> Summer Homework -> Honors Chemistry)
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Honors Physical Science Composition book (regular sized ~7.5"x ~9.75" to use as lab notebook, no spirals), notebook paper for notes, calculator (the one you use for math class is fine), pens, pencils [goggles are provided through your course fee; tissue/kleenex donation appreciated but not required :)]No summer homework- just come ready to class in August ready to get to work. ;)
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O'Shea, AmandaChemistryGoggles, notebook, binder, scientific calculator, dry erase markers [donations of tissues/ hand sanitizer greatly appreciated but not required :)]
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Physical Sciencespiral notebook, folder or binder, loose-leaf paper, scientific calculator, dry erase markers [goggles provided through course fee; donations of tissues/ hand sanitizer greatly appreciated but not required :)]
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Roth, AndyAP ChemistryGoggles, composition notebook (no spirals), scientific calculatorstrongly suggested you complete the summer homework questions.
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Honors ChemistryGoggles, composition notebook ( no spirals), scientific calculatorComplete summer HW on Northview website
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Stewart, LaurenChemistryGoggles, 3-ring binder (2 inch), 4 dry erase markers, scientific calculator
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GeologyGoggles, 3-ring binder (2 inch), 4 dry erase markers, scientific calculatorComplete summer HW on Northview website (find a cool rock and bring it with you to school!)
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Med Tech ChemistryGoggles, 3-ring binder (2 inch), 4 dry erase markers, scientific calculator
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Physical Science3-ring binder (2 inch), 4 dry erase markers, scientific calculator
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Werner, PaulaAP BiologyComposition journal w/ graph paper inside, Goggles, Calculator, AP prep book (Barron's is reccomended), 2 rolls of paper towels, box of tissues, dry erase marker **There is a summer assignment for this class - see the School Website: Student tabSummer Homework Assgined - see NV website under the student's tab. Goggles, Lab notebook (composition style)
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Honors BiologyComposition journal NOT spiral - w/ graph paper inside, Goggles, Calculator, 2 Dry erase markers (black), roll of paper towels, box of tissues. Non-latex gloves (box of 50+) for pig dissection [Last name A-K], and lysol/chlorox wipes [Last name L-Z). **There is a summer assignment for this class - see the School Website: Student tabSummer Homework Assgined - see NV website under the student's tab. Supplies needed are on Google Classroom for students
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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
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Blakeman, BrianAmerican HistoryNotebook or 3 ring binder, pens, pencils and occasionally colored pencils
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AP US HistoryNotebook or binder, pens, pencils. It is recommended that students to to the website listed next to special instructions and familiarize themselves with the powerpoints and Concept Outlines from the first 3 chapters. These will be assigned and completed early in the 1st quarter and you can free up significant time by completing them early. If you are a student going into this class konwing you will be taking the AP test in May then you may be interested in purchasing an AP Review book or flashcards (I usually recommend Barron's or Princeton Review but any review book will be helpful) *Note that their is no official summer homework for the 2019-2020 school year* but it is recommmended that you go begin the concept Outlines for time period 1 and 2 located on the website.
https://sites.google.com/sylvaniaschools.org/apush-summer-work-blakeman/chapters-1-3-summer-work
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Czerniakowski, MikeAmerican HistoryNotebook or binder, pens, and a love of learning
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World StudiesNotebook or binder, pens, and a love of learning
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Dubiel, Dan American HistoryNotebook or binder, pens, and a love of learning
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Kwiatkowski, SteveAmerican GovernmentNotebook with folders or 3 ring binder, pens, and a love of learningBe nice to each other
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PsychologyNotebook or binder, pens, and a love of learningBe nice to each other
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SociologyNotebook or binder, pens, and a love of learningBe nice to each other
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Lefevre, PerryAP US GovernmentSpiral notebook exclusive for AP GoPoGet involved in your community!
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Contemporary LawSpiral notebook exclusive for Contemporary LawBe a responsible, involved citizen of your community
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