RESOURCES FOR CURRENT STUDENTS & FAMILIES
Jr/Sr High Resources
- FACTS—District Code is CUSSD-CA
- Google Classroom
- Bell Schedule
- Block Schedules (use arrow keys for additional quarters)
- Google Calendar
- Printable Calendar
Online ordering is available for lunches purchased in the Oasis (minimum of 24 hours in advance)
- Instructions for Online Ordering
- Juniors and Seniors ONLY, Cafe ordering online: Order Cafe Lunches Online
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SUMMER READING & AP SUMMER WORK
- Entering 9th Grade – All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque. Students must have a hard copy the first day of class with them and you will take a test on the book.
- Honors 9th Grade: All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson. There are copies of this book in the library that may be checked out for the summer. A test/essay on the novel(s) will occur within the first two weeks.
- ALL College Prep AND Honors English II students must read:
Animal Farm by George Orwell. Bring your novel to the first day of classes in the fall. Assessments will be given the first week back to school.
- In addition, all Honors students must also read Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton.
*While you read: annotate your novel, paying specific attention to themes, characters, plot, and literary devices, as well as the unique style, dialogue, and poetic nature of the book. Bring this novel the first class back to school. You will be completing an in-class timed writing assessment the first week back to class.
- HONORS PACKET
- COLLEGE-PREP PACKET
Entering 11th Grade – Read Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury. Assessments will follow upon return to school. Be sure to have a physical copy of the book in hand.
Honors 11th: Read: Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury and The Pearl by John Steinbeck and complete the summer reading assignment. Assessment will follow upon return to school.
Entering Senior English IV – Silas Marner, George Eliot. Assessment will be upon return to school.
AP English – Heart of Darkness, Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte), The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde) and complete the summer packet. Please note, if you are not already enrolled in the AP English class, you must contact Mrs. Breeden to be added to the roster.
*Please contact the appropriate teacher for information and a contract before beginning summer work for AP course:
AP Computer Science Principles
AP English Literature
AP World History
AP Government & Politics
AP US History