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9th-grade Summer Reading 2020-2021
All students taking Honor’s, Pre-AP, and AP English classes at EHS must complete a summer reading assignment. If you plan to take one of these classes, please complete the assignment listed below. Schedules for all students will be released mid-July. If your recommended Honor’s or AP class does not show on your schedule, there will be a prioritized and designated time for adjustments by Counselors to accommodate Honor’s or AP classes for students. Have a wonderful summer, and enjoy your reading! We can’t wait to see you again!
9th grade Honor’s English-
Night by Elie Wiesel (book)
“This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen” by Tadeusz Borowski (short story)
Choose ONE of the following prompts and answer in a well-written essay. Be sure to thoroughly answer all parts of the prompt. Explain/Expand/Elaborate as necessary. Use the texts to support your answers. Do your best personal work.
- There are many varying accounts of life in the concentration camps from Holocaust survivors. In a well-written essay, compare and contrast the experiences of Eliezer in Night and the narrator in “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen.”
- Dehumanization is the process by which the Nazis gradually reduced the Jews to little more than “things” which were a nuisance to them. Explain at least 2 specific examples from Night and “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen” of events which dehumanized Eliezer, the narrator, or their fellow Jews. Then, analyze how each event changed their attitude, outlook, and identity.
10th Grade Honor’s English
Mrs. Hurley, your teacher, has created a summer reading page. Go to www.google.com. Login to Google classroom with your credentials. The classroom code is pw2w43q. Please contact the school if you have trouble logging in.
11th Grade Honor’s English and Pre-AP (11th grade)
Mrs. Hardin, your teacher, has created a summer reading page. Go to www.google.com. Login to Google classroom with your credentials. The classroom code is 5kowk2u. Please contact the school if you have trouble logging in.
12 Grade AP English
Complete an organizer for each of these works (total of six required) and take notes on characters, themes, symbols, and ideas. The organizers provided are a starting point; you should add to them as you need. You may also include other works previously studied in your notes/organizers. These organizers will be grades in the course, and these works will be further discussed and used in the course as well. Read closely and think deeply. Not only will a thorough understanding of these works aid you in writing a free response essay on the exam, but your research paper will stem from an exploration of (an) idea(s) from within one or more of these novels. You may purchase your own copies of these or sign these out from the English department.
- World literature contemporary novel:
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
(2) British literature novel:
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
(3) Shakespearean drama:
(4) Other British drama:
The Importance of Being Earnest* by Oscar Wilde
* Viewing a good production of a play is strongly recommended. You should be able to find one freely/cheaply on You tube, Netflix, Amazon, etc.
(5) American literature novel:
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
(6) Reread one work from your past courses. Choose the one which you felt had the most impact on your understanding of the world. Possibilities include:
Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451
Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun
Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird
Miller’s The Crucible
Orwell’s Animal Farm
Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men
Instructions On How To Register For Classes
Freshmen Registration Dates
Here are the registration changes for this year:
- T.A.Dugger 8th grade Students
- Please contact Bonnie Grindstaff for students with an IEP – the special education dept will go to T.A. Dugger to have an IEP meeting with student/parents and I have not been informed of those dates yet
- City and County (Tuition) Students
- Last day to register for city and county students
Freshmen Registration Documents
Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors will register for classes online in Skyward Family Access using the link below. The video below walks you through the registration process, or you can watch it here on YouTube. Click here to view a presentation covering registration documents and common questions. Links to registration documents are below. If you have trouble loading the video, you can view online registration instructions here.
Rising 10th, 11th, 12th Grade Registration Documents
Prospective Tuition/County Applicants in Grades 9-12
New tuition applicants at the high school will not apply online in the Cyclone Connection like applicants in grades K-8. New tuition applicants and new Elizabethton High School students (not transferring from T. A. Dugger Jr. High) and their parents should make plans to attend one of two tuition registration dates at the high school.
Appointments are not necessary for these dates; however, parents and students should come and allow at least 45 minutes for the registration process. The applying student or parent should pick up and complete a registration packet in advance of the registration dates. Rising freshmen who have not already picked up their registration packet should pick one up from the EHS counseling office.
On registration days, students and parents are required to bring:
- the colored registration form (all sections completed),
- birth certificate,
- social security card,
- current TN immunization (see packet for proper form),
- 2 proofs of residency (see registration packet for the only documents accepted), and
- custodial documents.
Also, current high school students will need to withdraw from their current school after their last day of class.
If the new student receives special education services, forms will only be collected by the counseling office, and a future appointment will be made for the special education department.
Returning Tuition/County Students in Grades 9-12
Parents of returning tuition students will update forms in Skyward just like returning city students (as described above). Continued enrollment as a county/tuition student is assumed unless the school is notified otherwise.
For more information please contact Beth Hilbert at 423- 547-8015 extension 1528
Programs of Study
Academic Programs of Study
- Science and Math (10 Total Credits)
- Humanities (Additional Social Studies, English, Foreign Language)
- Fine Arts (4 Total Credits)
- Advanced Placement (3 Total Credits)
Career & Technical Education Programs of Study
- Horticulture Science
- Environmental & Natural Resource Management
- Veterinary & Animal Science
- Business Management
- Office Management
- Banking & Finance
- Nursing Services
- Emergency Services
- Therapeutic Services
- Sport & Human Performance
- Culinary Arts
- Web Design
- Criminal Justice & Correction Services
- Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair
- Aviation Flight
The Tennessee Department of Education requires students to have a minimum of 22 credit hours to graduate; however, EHS requires students to have 30 credit hours. Volunteer hours are not required to graduate, but some scholarships and schools require them. For information about volunteer opportunities, visit the Community Service tab under the counseling page or stop by the Counseling Office. Early Graduate / Move on When Ready Act requires 18 credits.
TN Graduation Requirements
TN High School Diploma Project
Per state law (T.C.A. § 49-6-408A), students must participate in the United States citizenship and immigration test during the student’s high school career. All public high school students, including the class of 2017, are expected to participate in the civics test; however, a passing grade is not a requirement for graduation. Schools in which all seniors earning a regular diploma also earn a passing grade (70 percent or higher) on the U.S. civics test will be recognized by the department as a U.S. Civics All-Star School. For more information from the state, click here. For more information about the test and its administration at EHS, contact EHS teacher Joe Diaz.