High School Beginning Features New Endings

High School Beginning Features New Endings

Each student at the high school is required to read a book and prepare a summer reading report, but those in Greg Kguloian’s ELA class are asked to do an additional assignment as well, allowing them to take an intellectual opportunity to another level.

When the students walk into Kguloian’s classroom on the first day of school, they will see a notation on the board that their first writing assignment and learning experience for the year will be called “Write On…” The project requires them to make up an alternate ending or a “what happened next?” story based on a book they read over the summer.

“This chance to show off the scholastic efforts that they put in over the summer proves just how dedicated all of our students are in their own individual involvement in helping themselves go above and beyond what is expected of them,” said Kguloian. “The kids never cease to amaze me with their academic interest and refreshing verve when they come back to school after their summer break. I am so happy to see how much work that these pupils have accomplished when I get to meet them for the first time each academic year.”