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Posted by: Deanne Rosen
Published: 7/30/15

Attention Honors/AP English Students

There is required reading for all Honors/AP levels of English at East Carteret High School.

 It is the student’s responsibility to acquire a copy of the assigned novels.  There are copies available daily to check out at ECHS; students will need to contact the main office during summer hours.

There will be an assessment of the required reading on the first day of class, regardless of semester

Students will NOT be allowed to drop to Standard level English after registration without a parent conference at which the assigned English teacher and/or English Department Chair will be present.  Classes are full and the schedule is fixed.

The required reading is as follows:

a.       Honors English I – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

b.      Honors English II – A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah 

c.       Honors English III – The Crucible by Arthur Miller

d.      Honors English IV – 1984 by George Orwell

e.      AP Language – see Mrs. Guthrie personally BEFORE summer vacation or during fall semester. 

Posted by: Jennifer Smith
Published: 6/9/15

Attention Rising Seniors
Attention rising seniors!!!
Senior Portraits (drape/tux AND casual) photo session will occur JULY 27th and 28th.  You will need to bring your sitting fee, and wear a white camisole/undershirt, and bring any additional outfits for your casual session.  More information will be mailed to you this Summer regarding how to order, what to wear, and when your appt time is!!  See you JULY 27th and 28th
Posted by: Jennifer Smith
Published: 6/3/15



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