How Do I Know What to Do?
Frequently Asked Question for Incoming 9th Graders:
How do I know if my son or daughter is in Honors, Title I Reading, or ELL?
At the June 14th Orientation Night check with Mr. McCann, the Director of Academics & Title I Services who will have a booth set-up in the Main Cafeteria to answer any specific questions you have on summer assignments.
Those students who will be placed in either Title I Reading or our ELL program will receive email notification early this summer.
Overview - All Students
Assabet Summer Assignments 2017
Follow the steps below for completion of your Summer ELA and Social Studies reading assignments:
- Find the tab above for the grade you will enter in the fall and read the books listed.
- Complete all summer reading assignments for your grade. Assignments are listed on the page for your grade.
- Use the Assabet Summer Assignments 2017 Checklist every time you complete an assignment.
- Pass in your completed Summer Reading Assignments to your ELA and Social Studies instructors on the first day of academics.
- 9th Grade students also need to log into Assistments (www.assistments.org) and complete the online math assignment before the start of academic classes.
- 10th Grade students also need to log into Study Island (www.studyisland.com) and complete the online math assignment before the start of academic classes.
In addition, there will be reflections and in-class assessments during the first weeks of academics in ELA and Social Studies classes based on the books you read. Success on these assessments will begin the school year on a positive note.
Questions during the Summer?
Email Rob McCann, Director of Academics and Title I Services at:
Thank you and happy reading!
Summer Assignments Checklist
Find the Books
Check your local public library for books in print, large print, CD audiobook, playaway, and eBook formats.
Check on Overdrive or the Commonwealth eBook Collection for eBook or audio versions.