Notebook to take home with folders/pockets for formatives and summatives.
Notebook to stay in science class with folders/pockets for papers and tests.
Notebook to stay in humanities class with folders/pockets for papers and tests.
Band, Orchestra and Vocal Music
Concert Clothes: white button-down shirt, black slacks, black socks, and black dress shoes. (Orchestra: tie for men)
A good quality microphone for recording band and Orchestra assignments (the microphones built into Mac laptops are usually adequate).
Highly recommended, but not required: a folding music stand.
Students must wear appropriate clothes for physical activities such as, T-shirt, tennis shoes, and socks, shorts or sweatpants/warm-ups. Jeans and cargos are not allowed.
Art and Color
1 sketchbook size A3 (canson paper).
Due to the nature of the curriculum, most Humanities units in 7th Grade have a choice of books. Students are assigned a book by the teacher. We recommend that all 7th Grade Humanities books be purchased through our on-campus bookstore, Livro Facil, since students will not know their book choices until they begin each unit.
Quarter 1: Short Stories - provided by teacher.
Quarter 2: The Giver, by Lois Lowry (ISBN 978-0544336261)
Students in Quarter 2 read one of the novels below. Students will confer with their teacher to select a developmentally appropriate book from these choices. These choices are based on English ability, lexile level, text complexity, and teacher recommendations. We are providing this option to further differentiate our curriculum to meet the needs of all learners. All books will be available through our campus bookstore, Livro Facil.
Divergent, by Veronica Roth (ISBN 978-0062387240)
Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury (ISBN 978-1-45-167331-9)
The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins (ISBN 978-0439023528)
Legend, by Marie Lu (ISBN 978-0142422076)
City of Ember, by Jeanne DuPrau (ISBN 978-0375822742 (copies available for check-out from teacher))
Quarter 3: Expository readings - provided by teacher
Students in Quarter 4 read one of the novels below. Students will confer with their teacher to choose a developmentally appropriate book from these choices. These choices are based on English ability, lexile level, text complexity, and teacher recommendations. We are providing this option to further differentiate our curriculum to meet the needs of all learners. All books will be available through our campus bookstore, Livro Facil.
The Book Thief, by Marcus Zuzak (ISBN 978-0375842207)
The Boy Who Dared, by Susan Campbell Bartoletti (ISBN 978-0439680134)
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, by John Boyne (ISBN 978-0385751537)
2018 June/July VACATION READ
Português & PLA 7:
Ética para meus pais, de Yves de la Taille (ISBN 8530809270) VACATION READ
Contos africanos dos países de Língua Portuguesa (ISBN 9788508120536)
Lições de gramática para quem gosta de literatura, de vários autores (ISBN 978-8-57-695040-0)