The Irving math and English department have prepared summer assignments to allow students to hone their academic skills and keep their mind sharp while school is out.
Summer math packets are now available for students to prepare for their math classes. Please have your child complete the summer math packet that corresponds with the class they are enrolled in for the 2013-2014 school year. Students should show all their work and be able to complete the math problems without assistance. If you find that your child is struggling with the material and has a lot of questions, then please contact the Office of Student Services to discuss a more appropriate math placement for your student. Math teachers will expect that students turn in the completed math packets during the first week of school. NOTE: Calculators should not be used on the Math 7 summer packet.
If you are taking Math 7 this Fall, then complete the 7th Grade Preparatory Packet:
7th Grade Preparatory Packet
If you are taking Math 7 Honors this Fall, then complete the Math 7 Honors Preparatory Packet:
Math 7 Honors Preparatory Packet
(This packet is the same as Math 8th)
If you are taking Math 8 this Fall, then complete the 8th Grade Preparatory Packet:
8th Grade Preparatory Packet
If you are taking Geometry Honors this Fall, then complete the Geometry Preparatory Packet:
Geometry Preparatory Packet
Summer readings lists for 7th and 8th grade students are now available. All students are expected to read at least two novels over the summer. A summer book assignments is also requirement for all 8th grade students to complete on their favorite summer novel. Seventh grade students will complete the assignment during the first week of school.
All rising 7th and 8th graders are expected to read at least 2 novels this summer.
2013 Rising Seventh and Eighth Grade FCPS Summer Reading List
Rising 8th Graders need to also complete the following assignment
2013 Irving Rising 8th Grade Reading Assignment for Summer (note, rising 7th graders will complete the assignment in class during the first week of school)
7th Grade Science Websites preview