Summer Assignments
This list is being updated on an ongoing basis


Be sure to check back here periodically. We will add to this list as we receive additional information from teachers. Not all teachers are communicating their assignments through this site; students might receive assignments directly from their teachers.

  • AP Biology — Mr. Mapplebeck
    No summer reading
  • AP Calculus BC – Mr. Prashar
    Please review assignments posted in Google Classroom
  • AP English Language & Composition — Ms. Moore
    Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (students may read OR listen to the text in audiobook format)
  • AP English Lit — Ms. Tran
    Click this link for assignment. 
  • AP French – Mr. Spycher
    Complete the Cahier d’été as directed & read Petit Pays
  • AP Music Theory — Mrs. Fonseca
    Please join Google Classroom (code qii4qgt) to see the summer assignments, which will allow you to learn or review basics in music notation. You can email Mrs. Fonseca at if you have any questions.
  • AP US History – Mr. Laird
    Click this link for assignment and this link for maps.
  • AP World History — Ms. Scott
    Click this link for assignment.
  • Band — Mrs. Fonseca
    New students: Please email Mrs. Fonseca at or with your name, what instrument you play/if you will be joining colorguard, and any questions you have about the program. Follow our Instagram page @wcmarchingband to stay connected and learn about music for Music Mondays!

    Returning Students: Stay connected for Music Mondays via email and the WCMB Instagram account @wcmarchingband. Continue working on the ensemble warm-ups and videos related to your instrument under the “Online Music Access” tab on Google Classroom.
  • English 9 College Prep — Mrs. Bell, Ms. DeSio, Ms. Thackeray
    Students will read The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (further instructions to follow soon)
  • English 11 College Prep — Ms. Tran
    Click this link for assignment.
  • HP Chemistry — Mr. Mapplebeck
    No summer reading
  • Music Appreciation — Mrs. Fonseca
    No summer assignments, but preparing an online music source that allows you to create a playlist is recommended for the fall.

Students, have a great summer! We miss you and can’t wait to see you in the fall!