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CCS Summer Reading
Everything explained in one place—follow the link above for required summer reading for all classes at CCS. (Because the course schedule won't be complete until later this summer, there are NO separate honors projects, though some honors teachers may assign a specific book to read at that point.)
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Resources for teachers, students, and parents during these days of social distancing while dorms are closed and CCS has transitioned to distance learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 academic year.
FREE online books from the National Emergency Library
FREE collection of 1.5 million scanned books from the Internet Archive. Once you create a free account, you can download any as a PDF for 14 days at a time.
CITATION information!
Link to MLA info on the Purdue OWL site. Everything is here: focus on the Works Cited page and on in-text citations, but there’s also info on how to incorporate quotes into your paper.

RSS Feed of Podcasts to check out, recommended by your teachers!

More Money Less Problems

RadiolabFri, January 15th - 3:32 AM 2021
Money Truck

Snap JudgmentThu, January 14th - 4:00 AM 2021
From The Fringe To The Capitol

Code SwitchWed, January 13th - 1:18 AM 2021
Sight Unseen

RadiolabWed, January 13th - 1:07 AM 2021
Episode 105: Amox

Memory PalaceSun, January 10th - 9:23 PM 2021
729: Making the Cut

This American LifeSun, January 10th - 6:00 PM 2021
A Note from Radiolab

RadiolabThu, January 7th - 10:55 AM 2021