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Period 0       6:45 - 7:40

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Nutrition     9:48 - 9:58

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Period 5      12:44 - 1:38

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Dismissal    2:40

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Summer School - Monday, June 27, 2016 to Friday, July 29, 2016

Monday through Friday 7:50am to 1:00pm



The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver or

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.

You may choose from these two novels.

One text is the required summer reading for Accelerated English 3-4.

A 45-minute timed writing exam will be given on the novel two weeks after we return in September.

These novels are available in the bookroom and are on reserve at Barnes and Noble’s Towne Center location.

Assignment:15 typed quotes and responses are required from the text to illustrate your understanding of one specific theme. Remember that the theme is the work’s message about a subject addressed in the literature, and that theme is always stated in the form of a sentence. Some possible subjects to use as starting points might include the following:

The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver: prejudice, violence, family, the plight of illegal immigrants, the environment, womanhood, motherhood, rebirth or redemption.
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe: gender, family, respect and reputation, fear, religion, traditions and customs, sin, fate and free will, fear.

You must respond to these quotes in the following manner:

  • Include page number of where you found the quote
  • All analyzed quotes must be marked with a post-it “flag” placed directly next to it in the text.
  • Paraphrase what the quote is saying in your own words.
  • Who is speaking?
  • Who is being spoken to?
  • What is being spoken about?
  • The context in which the quote was spoken (what was happening at the time the quote was said)

Be sure to choose meaningful quotes from the text and copy the entire quote in quotation marks.


  1. What does this quote infer?
  2. Explain why the specific quote relates to the chosen theme (in detail).

All work must be word-processed using 12 point font and double-spacing and is due on the day of the timed writing exam.

p. 19 “That was when I began to hate them, and my hatred remains our only link them today They were our first oppressors. They were the first faces of hell and death. ”

Response Elie is speaking about his 1st experience in the ghettos of his country Hungary. He says the Hungarian Police were the first to treat him and other Jews like worthless animals, and his hatred for them is their only connection today. He makes this statement as the Jews are being forced into the ghettos. It can be inferred that this caused a fundamental change in him. This statement relates to the theme because this former boy of God lives with hatred in his heart and has been forever changed by his experience.

*Note: This should be YOUR OWN WORK…do NOT use gradesaver, shmoop or any other website for quotes and/or analysis. That would be CHEATING.

Contact information:

School Loop or email: or


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Summer Dance Intensive at the Cabrillo Gymnasium from August 15th through August 19th.

Registration: Monday August 15th at 10AM

Tickets: $40.-

Contact Ms. ClarkBooth via email at:

See attachment


Students: Click here to go to the AP Summer Assignments Page and see all AP Summer classes or

Click on this link to sign up for the Human Geography Summer Session . Registration is only open to students registered for Cabrillo's AP HG course for 2016-2017. Registration deadline is Monday June 27th, 2016 and Registration Confirmation is on Thursday June 30th, 2016 (Via Email).

Registration is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited to 15-20 spots. You must attend all days for each session to receive full credit.

Ms. Maestas


Jaguar Football Family: Please open the attachment to stay up to date on all scheduled Football events through July 21st.

Bob Moran
Head Football Coach


Summer Assignment, Sample Quotes & Analysis, and MLA Format guidelines. Students: As promised, here are attached copies of the summer assignment, sample quotes & analysis, and MLA format guidelines. They are also posted in the group locker. Feel free to email or text during the summer with any questions about the readings. However, from July 27th until August 10th, Mrs.Gastelum will not be available and Mrs. Pope will be happy to assist you during that time (or any time, for that matter). Click here to go to the AP Summer Assignments page.

Yours truly,

Mrs. Gastelum and Mrs. Pope

AP World History 2016-17: Important Summer Information
Students: If you are enrolled in AP World History for next year, there is a summer assignment.  In addition, I would like you to attend one of the summer sessions I have planned. Click on this link to find out more.  

If you have any questions, you can email me via School Loop or stop by my classroom (1133) Monday or Tuesday between finals (10 - 10:30) or after school (12:40 - 1). Click here to go to the AP Summer Assignments Page.

Mr. Gorgol


Summer school is from June 27th to July 29th. Classes start at 7:50am and end at 1pm. Class schedules will be passed out on the first day of summer school, June 27th.


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Your AP Stole was worn at your graduation to laud your  Advanced Placement Achievement over your four year high school course of study. We are proud of you and applaud your dedication and efforts towards setting high goals for yourselves and achieving them with such tenacity.

Stole Return:

All stoles must be returned by July 15th to receive a full $20 cash refund. Please let Ms. Godfrey know if you have any questions.


Ms. Godfrey

Room 304



Mr. Federici - AP Studio (Drawing & 2D Design) Summer’s Art Production 16–17


You have signed up for a Studio AP Class and you are about to embark on a distinctive academic experience. Building a successful art portfolio for submission to the College Board can be a daunting task, which will also give you a tremendous sense of pride and accomplishment.

In order to achieve such a goal, you must be able to work independently in the classroom and at home, at an intense pace, under deadline pressures.

The work that you will produce in the next couple of months will relieve some of the pressure you will be feeling during the school year.

Attached is a list of projects you need to tackle at home. You may choose to produce more samples for each category or create something that it is not even part of this list. No matter what you do, it must be done professionally by using a variety of media and it must show your artistic talents, your craftsmanship and dedication. Remember that some of this work may be included in your portfolio for final submission, next May.

Click here to go to the AP Summer Assignments Page.


Students: Attached is the information about four courses being offered at Long Beach City College this Summer. This is a great opportunity to enhance your study skills and earn College credit. If you are interested, follow the directions on the flyers attached, please.


Please research college level projects in each of these categories and then create your own original ideas up to the level displayed.
Create a project every two weeks from the list below and bring in the first week of the Fall Semester to share in class with Mrs. Barisoff and the AP students.

Click on this link to see Mrs. Barisoff' Summer Assignments.



The Music Department's Summer Rehearsals are on June 29th, July 6th, July 13th, and July 20th. from 1:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. 

Band Camp starts on August 10th through August 26th from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm. 


Music Boot Camp is a requirement. If your child needs to miss one or two meetings due to vacation, please write me (Ms. Gladstone) a note and I will excuse him/her from the rehearsals.

However, all band students must attend to be included in the field show and the class, as an exciting part of their musical education. We suggest that all students dress according to the August weather and wear supportive marching shoes (no sandals or open toed shoes). Students should also bring sunscreen, ample bottled water, and a light snack for their break. Students will not be allowed to leave the Cabrillo campus during the hours of 8:00 – 1:00With prior approval, visitors are allowed during rehearsals.  

We truly appreciate a donation of two (2) cases of water to help keep our kids hydrated.

Ms. Gladstone


Students: If you still need to sign up for summer school at Cabrillo, please go to your counselor directly to sign up. The first day of summer school is on June 27th @ 7:30AM.  Summer school runs for five weeks, ending the last week of July. See your counselor for information on what classes are being offered.


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