Suggested Class Supplies for 2018-19

All students:

  • Combination locks for gym lockers and school lockers
  • Earbuds or headphones
  • Paper
  • Pencils and Pens

 

Language Arts

Ms. Cook’s (Mythology, Short-Story Lit, Non-Fiction, CW Short Story):

  • comp books
  • highlighter set

Mrs. Stone’s (English I Honors, AP Lit and Shakespeare):

  • a journal that is only to be used for journals(cban be a comp book, spiral, etc. of any size)
  • a 3 subject notebook OR a binder divided into 3 sections
  • Highlighter
  • notecards

Mrs. Stone’s Public Speaking:

  • A notebook or comp book
  • Notecards

For Mr. Post’s classes:

  • Kleenex
  • Binder or notebook

Ms. Skudrzyk’s classes (Poetry and Creative Writing):

  • 1 Composition Notebook (Writer’s Notebook)
  • 1 folder — with 2 pockets
  • 2-3 other colored pens {NO neon or glittery colors}
  • Post-it notes – 2X2 or 3X3 – 1pad

Physical Education & Health Classes

PE Classes (all):

  • WPHS PE uniform-can be purchased at registration if don’t already have one.  Can also use WPMS PE uniform.
  • Athletic shoes to leave in locker to use only for PE.
  • Combination Lock for locker

Athletic Training Class-Mrs. Becker:

  • 1 spiral notebook for notes
  • 1-1 ½” 3 ring binder for notes and handouts

Health Class:

  • 1 spiral notebook for notes
  • 1-1 ½” 3 ring binder for notes and handouts

 

Social Studies Classes

Mrs. Norton’s World History Classes:

  • One 3 Ring Binder (cannot be used for other classes)
  • 7 Binder Dividers
  • Highlighters

Mrs. Norton’s AP World History Classes:

  • One 3 ring Binder 2 inch (cannot be used for other classes)
  • 10 Binder Dividers
  • Blue or Black Pens
  • 8 pack of colored pencils or markers
  • Highlighters

 

Science Classes

All Integrated Science Classes:

  • Composition notebook
  • Folder (with 2 pockets)

Ganoza’s AP Environmental Science Class:

  • Composition notebook
  • Folder (with 2 pockets)

AP Physics:

  • Notebook (or other way to organize notes)
  • Calculator

Anatomy Class:

  • Notebook or 3 ring binder:  handouts will be given, so you need to either attach or add to the binder.
  • Colored pencils
  • Tape

 

Math Classes

AP Calc:

  • Notebook (or other way to organize notes)
  • Calculator (graphing)

Honors PreCalc:

  • Notebook (or other way to organize notes)
  • Calculator (graphing)

 

Other Classes

For all Blended Learning Classes:

  • 1 spiral binder per online class
  • Recommended:
    • Highlighter(s)
    • Sticky flags
    • Headphones/earbuds

French Class (levels I-IV):

  • a notebook with perforated pages so they can be torn out (NOT A COMPOSITION BOOK),
  • notecards or index cards (colored or white)
  • 2 highlighters of different colors,
  • a paper pocket folder (maybe two) to keep all handouts
  • a tissue box is always appreciated

Suggested Reading for 2018-19 English Classes

These books have been suggested by your teachers for your enjoyment and learning throughout the summer.  Required? No. Suggested? Yes. And, if a book looks interesting to you and you are NOT enrolled in that class, read it anyway!  

English 1 (Ms. Lee)

  • Lord of the Flies
  • Between Shades of Gray
  • A Separate Peace

Honors English I (Mrs. Stone)

  • Peace Like a River
  • The Odyssey (any translation)

AP Literature – 2 from the following (Mrs. Stone)

  • Pride and Prejudice
  • 1984
  • Cat’s Cradle
  • Frankenstein
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God
  • As I Lay Dying

Non-Fiction and Short Story Literature (Ms. Cook)

  • A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley
  • The Color Purple, Alice Walker (fiction, Pulitzer Prize)
  • Desert Solitaire, Edward Abbey (non-fiction)
  • A Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Annie Dillard (non-fiction)
  • Red, Terry Tempest Williams (non-fiction)
  • The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros
  • Still Life, Alice Munro (short stories)
  • The Kite Runner, Housseni (fiction)
  • Slaughterhouse Five, Kurt Vonnegut (fiction)
  • Dune, Frank Herbert (sci-fi)
  • Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee (especially if you have read To Kill a Mockingbird)
  • In Cold Blood, Truman Capote (true crime)
  • Olive Kittredge Elizabeth Strout (fiction, 2009 Pulitzer Prize)
  • Beloved, Toni Morrison (fiction, 1988 Pulitzer Prize)
  • The Game of Thrones, Book One and series, George Martin
  • The Killer Angels, Michael Shaara (historical fiction–Pulitzer Prize, 1975)

Mythology and Science Fiction (Ms. Cook and Mr. Post)

  • Norse Mythology, Neil Gaiman
  • A Lake in the Woods, Tim O’Brien
  • The Hobbit, Tolkein
  • Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury
  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland-Lewis Carol
  • War of the Worlds-H.G. Wells
  • I, Robot-Isaac Asimov
  • Dune-Frank Herbert
  • American Gods-Neil Gaiman
  • Childhood’s End-Arthur C. Clarke
  • Fahrenheit 451-Ray Bradbury

Short Story (Ms. Skudrzyk)

    • Any short stories by the following authors:
      • Jack London, Katherine Mansfield, Langston Hughes, Amy Tan, Edgar Allen Poe, Charlotte Perkins Gillman

Poetry (Ms. Skudrzyk)

  • The following novels are written in all poems:
    • The Crossover & Soul (both by Alexander Kwame
  • I highly recommend indulging in any of the works by the following poets:
    • William Shakespeare, Robert Frost, Walt Whitman, Gwendolyn Brooks, E. E. Cummings, William Carlos Williams, & anyone else you are drawn to!

There are some awesome collections out there! Have fun exploring them!

Honors American Lit and Teen Lit (Mr. Schroetlin)

  • The Scarlet Letter
  • The House of Mirth
  • Sister Carrie