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    Advanced Placement 2018-2019
     
    AP Program Coordinators
    Diana Ruiz 
     
    Karen Candaele
     

     

     
      
     Course Offerings for 2018-2019:
     

     AP Gov/US Politics - Mr. D Olson,  Mr. Fagen.    

     AP Physics - Mr. Murray                                        

     AP US History - Mr. Daarstad, Mr. Hanson

     AP Chemistry - Mrs. Choe

     AP World History - Mr. Papciak, Mr. Quinn

     AP Biology - Mr. White

     AP Psychology - Ms. Davis, Mr. D Olson

     AP Calculus AB - Mr. Tupaj

     AP Studio Art - Ms. Hayes

     AP Calculus BC - Mr. Tupaj

     AP English Language - Mr. K Olson, Mrs. Hipp

     AP Statistics - Mr. Nelson

     AP English Literature - Ms. Le

     AP Spanish Language - Mrs. Romo 

     AP Human Geography - Mr. Daarstad, Mr. Mason

     AP Macro/*Microeconomics - Mr. Martinelli              

     
    AP Environmental Science - Mrs. Searl     
     

     

       

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    AP Rules and Regulations 

    AP Drops at the 6th and or 12th week mark - Students who drop an AP class at the 6th week mark may be able to enroll in the regular grade level class if offered, ex AP Euro to Modern World History. Students who drop an AP course after the 12th week mark will receive a W/F (withdraw fail) for the course dropped.  
     

    NEW: AP Agreement

      

    AP Readiness Information

    The AP Readiness Program is designed with two interconnected goals in mind. The program aims to improve the teaching abilities of AP instructors while simultaneously giving students the skills they will need to be successful in college level classes. AP Readiness allows students to work with content master teachers who assist in preparing them for the rigors of AP courses. Concurrently, AP teachers observe, learn and collaborate with their peers. This unique program allows for students and teachers to learn together. Both teachers and students also become an essential part of the network of AP support and excellence.

    Students can register at www.apr.ucr.edu

    Dates coming soon!

    MVUSD offers transportation and lunch for students wishing to attend.  Ed. Services will send out phone and email messages to parents of all AP students in the specific content areas notifying them each month. We are asking students to turn their permission slip and lunch order form to their AP teachers or to the East Hall Student Support office to Mrs. Catherine Whitaker or Mrs. Ruiz.  

    Please note: we coordinate with nutrition services and the transportation dept. so advanced notice is appreciated.  

     Morning meeting time is 7:30am and drop off is between 2:30-3:30pm at Mesa in front of the gym.

     

     

     

Last Modified on June 9, 2018