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Summer Reading Information 2015-2016
English Department

Grade Course Teacher Assigned Reading Accompanying Assignment
9 Honors Freshman English Ms. O’Neil Fictional novel of choice 9 Honors Freshman English Summer Reading Assignment 2015.pdf
9 Peggy Payne Academy English 1-2 Ms. Kahn The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas 9 Academy English 1-2 Summer Reading Assignment 2015.pdf
10 Honors Sophomore English Ms. Bridger Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 10 Honors Sophomore English Summer Reading Assignment 2015.pdf
10 Peggy Payne Academy English 3-4 Ms. Crane The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver 10 Academy English 3-4 Summer Reading Assignment.pdf
11 Honors Junior English Mr. Chumley The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury 11 Honors Junior English Summer Reading Assignment.pdf
11 AP Language Mr. Kahn 1.) Black Boy (The Restored Text Established by The Library of America) (Perennial Classics) by Richard A. Wright ***Available in the library for summer checkout

2.) "Television and the Public Interest” by Newton N. Minow- May 9, 1961
11 AP Language Summer Reading 2015.pdf
11 Peggy Payne Academy AP Language Mr. Kahn

1.) Choose any modern satirical novel

2.) Plato's "The Allegory of the Cave" (found in Book VII of his best-known work, The Republic)

3.) "Television and the Public Interest" by Newton N. Minow- May 9, 1961

11 Academy APLanguage Summer Reading 2015.pdf
12 AP Literature Ms. Kahn

1.) Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

2.) The History of Love by Nicole Krauss

12 AP Literature Summer Reading Assignment 2015.pdf
12 Peggy Payne Academy AP Literature Ms. Kahn

1.) Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

2.) The History of Love by Nicole Krauss

3.) The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

12 Academy AP Literature Summer Reading 2015.pdf
12 Humanities Ms. O’Neil The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown 12 Humanities Summer Reading 2015-2016.pdf

McClintock High School is a National Distinguished School!!

Congratulations to everyone involved for attaining this prestigious award. To read about the full story, please click here to access an article written in the East Valley Tribune.

Introducing the McClintock STAND Tutoring Program!

McClintock High School is proud to announce a new peer tutoring program, 'STAND'. For information and sign up, please click here to access the full website.

McClintock High School Celebrates 50 Years!

As McClintock High School celebrates it's 50th anniversary, we share these following documents with you. Also enjoy some old photographs of how life used to be at MHS!

Check out these photos of the original football team (click to enlarge)

An A+ School:

McClintock High School has been labelled an "A+ school" by the Arizona Educational Foundation. We have also earned the label of "A"under the AZ LEARNS accountability system.

Vision and Mission Statement:

McClintock is showcasing its new vision and mission statements on a poster created by one of our graphic design students, Christoper Dilli. Click on the thumbnail image below to view the full size poster.

News and Events:

McClintock Varsity Girls vs. Alumni Basketball Game Feb. 28th

Click here for more information

McClintock 50th Anniversary Yearbook Fundraising

Please help the Yearbook raise money to celebrate our 50th anniversary!

Canvas Support for Parents

Click here for information and support using the Canvas Learning Management System.

Senior Yearbook Ads now available

Click here for more information

Have a suggestion for the Video Announcements?

Click here to access the form to submit your suggestion.

Order individual Yearbook photos online

Click here to browse for your yearbook photos

AVID Application available from the Guidance Department

Click here to access the AVID application

What is AVID?


Local Non-Profit offers help for McClintock Clubs is a website where clubs and sports teams post their needs and wants, then donors choose which items they want to support. For more information or to register your club or team, click here.

Changes to the 2:30 Intervention Program:

Beginning the week of October 13, 2014, the 8th hour program will continue running 3 days a week, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, with the following changes:

If you are assigned for a class on its day of priority, you must report to that class. Also note, you can be assigned to any class on any day, but you must go to that day’s top priority if requested.  All students may receive tutoring during 8th hour, whether or not they have been assigned.

It is expected that students will arrive to their 8th hour classrooms by 2:40pm. The usual transportation home will be available on all three days at 3:20.  Students involved in athletics or activities who are assigned to 8th hour must complete their 8th hour before attending their events or activities.

Students can avoid having to go to 8th hour by regularly completing work, checking grades, communicating with teachers, and being proactive in receiving support.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Social Studies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Social Studies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts
Early Release
No 8th hour
Social Studies
Foreign Language
Fine Arts


Important links:

AzMERIT Schedules

National Title I Distinguished School? (Summary)

National Title I Distinguished School? (Narrative)

Flu information guide

Flu letter to parents

ACT Prep Flyer

SAT Prep Flyer

Study Skills Flyer

Michelle Obama - My Story

Parent letter about sex education

For Tax Credit info

McClintock High School Promo Video:

Promo Video

Silent Witness

Call 480.752.8688 to reach the silent witness hotline.

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Last updated:  May 19, 2015