Summer Reading, Assignments, and General Information for New and Current KRCS Students
2018 – 2019 UPPER SCHOOL SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS
Below is a list of the summer reading assignments and online course requirements followed by specific explanations and details for each. Please make sure your student completes their assignments prior to the first day of school.
English Summer Assignments
- Literary Genres, CP and Honors for Rising 9th Graders
- American Literature, CP and Honors for Rising 10th Graders
- British Literature, CP and Honors for Rising 11th Graders
- Senior English Literature, CP and AP English & Literature for 12th Graders
Interdisciplinary Core Summer Assignments
- YouScience and Alcohol EDU - These two assignments must be completed before the first day of school.
Many of you have already taken the AlcoholEdu course during this past school year; however, you are still required to complete this course again. If you have any questions please contact Jeff Pickren at email@example.com. The link for login instructions is below.
AlcoholEdu for Upper School is a digital course that takes a public healthy approach to preventing alcohol abuse, incorporating evidence-based prevention methods to create a highly engaging user experience. It is designed to help reduce negative consequences associated with underage drinking. It is comprised of five modules that cover key concepts around leveraging personal values and goals, resisting peer pressure, and stepping in when students see someone who may be in trouble.
Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention is a digital course that arms high school students with the knowledge and tools to make healthy, informed decisions when it comes to prescription medications. Through interactive scenarios and self-guided activities, students learn the facts about drugs, how to properly use and dispose of them, and how to step step in when faced with a situation involving misuse.
Click here for login directions.
General Information Links
- Academic Calendar; HS Daily Bell Schedule
- Event Calendar
- Athletics; 2018 Important Football Dates
- 2018-2019 Physical Form, Concussion Awareness Form and Concussion Protocol
- Uniforms - Parents can purchase gently used uniforms at King’s Corner. New uniforms can be purchased via FlynnO’Hara (online or Sandy Springs location) or School Uniforms by Tommy Hilfiger (online only); Uniform Requirements
- Interim Week 2019; FAQs
- Textbook Program and Bell Schedule
- New Parent IT Information
- Supply List - Upper School does not have a supply list. Should your child’s teacher require special materials, they will be given that information in class.
- Calculator Requirement for All Upper School Math Students: A graphing calculator will be required for all Upper School math students for the 2018-2019 school year. Teachers will be using the TI 83/84. There are various editions - the Silver, Silver Plus, etc., but if it starts with TI 83 or 84, your student will be able to follow along with the specific instruction given in class. Previously-used calculators can be found online for less than the cost of a new one. You are welcome to use a different type of graphing calculator, however training on that tool will be dependent on the student. It is also important that each student has a physical calculator. Phone applications or internet downloads for the computer will not be permitted.
- ID Security Badges - Student badges will be printed over the summer and distributed during orientation or the first day of school. If there is not a photo on file for your student, we will take their picture during orientation or the first day of school, and then the badge will be printed that day.
- Lockers - Students will be given their assigned locker number at orientation or the first day of school.
Faculty and Staff Contacts
- Dr. Hunter Chadwick, Upper School Principal
- Susan Vaughn, Upper School Registrar and Assistant to Dr. Chadwick
- Grant Butler, Academic Dean
- Jeff Pickren, Dean of Students
- Vikki Park, College Counselor
- Erin Chadwick, College Counselor
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