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High School 101 Textbooks, eTextbooks, and PowerSchool Monday, August 18 th, 5 th period Tuesday, August 19 th, 6 th period
1.Beginning on Thursday August 21 st, students will receive their textbooks during their English classes by grade level. NOTE: Semester and AP classes may come on Thursday (the first day of issue) during their class meeting period. 2.Students will come to the book room with their English teacher, their ID AND their schedules in hand. No textbooks will be issued without an ID this year. 3.Students will enter the book room from the Bus Ramp Side of the Bookroom in the Locker Room Hallway. Issuing Textbooks
Map to the Bookroom Math and English Business Books Social Studies//Science Books GYM CAFETERIA ENTER EXIT CHECKOUT LOCKER ROOM HALLWAY CAFÉ/GYM HALLWAY JROTC AND WEIGHT ROOM AHALLWAYAHALLWAY
1.Students will select their appropriate textbooks for their classes with the assistance of (Military Volunteers) stationed in the book room. 2.Students will exit the book room in the Cafeteria/Gym Hallway where their IDs will be scanned and their books will be checked out to them via scanner. 3.Students will carry their books back to their lockers and return to their regularly scheduled class. Issuing Textbooks
Schedule of Textbook Issue GRAD E LEVEL MONDAY 8/18/14 TUESDAY 8/19/14 WEDNESDAY 8/20/14 THURSDAY 8/21/14 FRIDAY 8/22/14 MONDAY 8/25/14 TUESDAY 8/26/14 9 Text Books Issue 10 Text Books Issue 11 Text Books Issue 12 Text Books Issue
Important Reminders Textbooks are important instructional materials for your classes. If your teacher asks you to bring it to class, please do so in order to maximize the learning in your coursework.
Important Reminders Textbooks belong to you AND ONLY TO YOU. Sharing textbooks with another student is not permitted because of the risk of damage or losing your textbook. If it is damaged or lost, the cost of the textbook is YOUR REPONSIBILITY.
Important Reminders When you are finished with your course, are withdrawing from Ashley Ridge, or are returning textbooks at the end of the school year, you should turn your textbooks into the designated place. You should NEVER give your textbook to another student or a teacher to turn in for you. The cost of that textbook is still YOUR RESPONSIBIILTY.
Important Reminders Do not leave textbooks in your classrooms because of the risk of them being stolen. It is also a wise practice to write your name inside your textbooks for identification reasons; however, realize that when turning in your textbooks, the office will use the barcode on the book to determine to whom it belongs, not the name that is written in the front cover.
Textbooks in the Handbook Students, please take some time to read our policies on textbooks in your student agenda on page 23.
eTextbooks Many of your courses have an option for an online textbook. This is a great resource to use alongside of your paper copy if you have online access at home. Typically, a username and password is required. Ask your teachers for each course for more information. If you choose to use the online edition instead of your paper copy, it is perfectly acceptable to keep your textbooks in your lockers until the end of school.
Textbooks Contact All textbook concerns, issues or questions should be directed to: Mr. Wilson or Mr. Speer