PREP CAMPUS RESOURCES
Use your teacher as a primary resource. Email addresses are available through the school website.
Use www.classzone.com for a variety of study/practice materials for math and Spanish classes.
COUNSELORS (A 216 - St. Ignatius Hall)
Jolene Boyle, Freshmen and Sophomores A-G, Juniors A-G first semester
Jim Johnston, Freshmen and Sophomores H-O, Juniors H-O first semester
Ron Zipse, Freshmen and Sophomores P-Z, Juniors P-Z first semester
Kathy Krueger, Juniors (second semester) and Seniors A-J
Sandra Foy, Juniors (second semester) and Seniors K-Z
LIBRARY (Mrs. Abe, Ms. Borgan, and Mrs. Wyatt)
M-Th 7:15-4:30, F 7:15-3:30 (closed during liturgies)
During this year of construction, the library is located in McDonnell Hall Room 115. Here, students can find a core collection of books and other materials that can be checked out and 25 computers for student use during open hours. From the library webpage, students can access 20 databases, a large collection of eBooks and audiobooks 24 hours/7days a week from school and home. To obtain the confidential passwords for each of these resources, stop by the library desk.
The LRC offers their Peer Tutor program available to any student beginning in early October. Monday-Thursday from 2:45-3:45 students may come to the LRC classroom (Room 203) for academic help with a highly capable student, whether it is for a test, paper, homework assignment, project, etc. Posted outside Room 203 are the subjects offered each afternoon. Students may drop-in for help on these days or schedule regular times to meet with a peer tutor. (Supervised by Ms. Allen-Johnson)
The National Honor Society offers a Peer Tutor program. Students/parents should contact the teacher or a counselor who will communicate with the NHS. Times/dates will be by mutual arrangement of student and tutor. (NHS moderator: Ms. Foy; NHS Student Officers: Dylan Moorleghen and Gabe Dunatov).
PEER NOTES Beginning the 1st week in October, available from any school computer (cannot be accessed from home). Found on P:drive in a folder labeled LRC Peer Notes 12-13. (Supervised by Ms. Ferresse, Room 203).
AFTER SCHOOL STUDY HALL:
Beginning ten minutes after school is dismissed in room A100, this hour-long quiet study hall can be used to take make-up tests/quizzes or to catch up on HW. Bonus: on B-days in room A101, the Window period may be used to extend the study hall/testing period.
WINDOW PERIOD ACADEMIC HELP
Math Help - Room 110 McDonnell Hall (Mr. Hardy)
AP Calculus Help - Room 210 McDonnell Hall (Ms. Pasztor)
Chemistry Help: Room 209 McDonnell Hall (Ms. Murphy)
Spanish Help – Room 202 McDonnell Hall (Ms. Navarro)
Writers’ Workshop – Room 112 McDonnell Hall (Ms. Slevin)
LRC (Mrs. Melonson)
The LRC (in Rooms 203 and 205) offers support services for students with diagnosed learning differences. Hours of operation are 7:30am – 5:00pm.
Computer labs: Room 211 during Lit-Study and a laptop cart in Room 209 during Lit-Study and Window.
Library and LRC (see above)