Check with your GradPoint teacher to see if the offline work below is required for your course.  All offline work is due 2 weeks before the end of your course.

ENGLISH

For each semester course, students are expected to complete one project from the English Project Library within GradPoint and the Literature Unit on a novel of their choice.

Literature Unit
This project needs to be completed for each semester english course.
Literature Task Four Worksheets
Movie Comparison
Literary Reactions
Character Development
Character Map
Character Traits
Use this reference sheet to help with the Character Map Worksheet.
Story Plot Flow Map
English I Project Topics
Use theses project checklists to track your progress.
Civil Rights March
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Nutrition
Persuasive Techniques
Pygmalion
The Frog Prince
Violent Video Games Debate
English II Project Topics
Use theses project checklists to track your progress.
Comparing Themes
Managing Stress
Pesticides and Food
Public Issues
Shackleton's Voyage
The Migrant Worker
English III Project Topics
Use these project checklists to track your progress.
Analyzing Court Cases
Mark Twain
Media Influences
Wizard of Oz
This Autistic Life
Writing a Narrative
English IV Project Topics
Use these project checklists to track your progress.
Career Readiness
Exploring College
Literary Devices
Researching Epidemics
Shakespeare
The Narrative

Health

See your online instructor for offline work.

Math

There are no offline assignments for math. However, there are worksheets available if you need more practice on a topic. To access the worksheets you will need to contact your teacher.

Physical Education

All Alternative Physical Education courses must be arranged through Rhinelander High School administration.

Alternative Physical Education Guidelines

Science

Each semester science course has labs included within the content.  These labs utilize equipment and supplies that are not readily available outside of a science classroom. So, below is the list of virtual online labs that are required for each course.  Some of these resources are full labs that will be used instead of the GradPoint labs, and some are online resources that will be used in conjuction with the GradPoint labs. 

Science Lab Report
A science lab report must be turned in for all labs, along with the data that was collected and the lab questions.
Biology A
Testing Everyday Foods virtual lab
Use the following lab sheets along with the 2nd lab on this page.
Testing Everyday Foods Carbohydrates lab sheet
Testing Everyday Foods Lipids lab sheet
Testing Everyday Foods Proteins lab sheet
Osmosis in Cells
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Comparing Plant and Animal Cells
Use the GradPoint lab sheets along with this lab.
Comparing Plant and Animal Cells lab sheet
Cellular Respirtation in Plants
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Chlorophyll Chromatography
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Onion Root Tip
Use the GradPoint lab sheet along with this lab.
Onion Root Tip lab sheet
Tracking Grizzlies lab
Follow the online directions for this lab. This lab replaces the DNA extraction lab listed in GradPoint.
Biology B
Natural Selection in Bacteria
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Lichens Up Close
Use the GradPoint labsheet along with this resource.
Lichens Up Close lab sheet
Earthworm Disection
Use the online directions for this lab.
The Body System of a Grasshopper (1)
Use the GradPoint lab sheet along with this resource and the following resource.
The Body System of a Grasshopper (2)
Use the GradPoint lab sheet along with this resource and the previous resource.
The Body System of a Grasshopper lab sheet
Planarian Behavior
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Earth Science A
Properties of Rocks
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Properties of Minerals
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Water Beneath the Surface
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Earth Science B
Temperature Controls
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Green House Effects Lab (1)
This is an additional lab that needs to be completed. Run the Green House Effect simulation along with the following worksheet.
Green House Effects Lab (2)
This is an additional lab that needs to be completed. Run the Green House Effects simulation listed above and fill out this worksheet along with the lab report.
Environmental Science
There are no labs for Environmental Science, but students are expected to complete the following project.
Environmental Science Project
Physical Science Chemistry
Molecular Models
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Gas Pressure
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Atomic and Periodic Table
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Element Properties
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Alloy Properties
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Physical Science Physics
Controlled Experiments
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Distance, speed, and time
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Work, force, and distance
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Insulation properties
Follow the online directions for this lab.
Wave Characteristics
Follow the online directions for this lab.

Social Studies

Economics
Students are to complete the Different Economic Systems project and five of the Critical Thinking or Extension Activities within the course.
Economics Project List
This document lists the project and activities that are expected to be completed in Economics.
Geography
Students are expected to complete 2 projects from the project list below along with the news analysis for each semester course.
Geography Projects List
Geography News Analysis
World Map
This map is used with the news analysis.
Government
Students are expected to complete the What you Should Know about Wisconsin Law study guide along with the news analysis for this course.
What you Should Know about Wisconsin Law
What you Should Know about Wisconsin Law Pamphlet
You may borrow a pamphlet from Learning Lab or use this link to access the online pamphlet.
Government News Analysis
U.S. History
Students are expected to complete the U.S. History Through Culture project and the news analysis for each semester course.
U.S. History Through Culture
Students need to select an era that is studied within their current semester of this course.
U.S. History News Analysis
U.S. Map
This map is used with the news analysis
World History
Students are expected to complete the Global Issues project and the news analysis for each semester course.
Global Issues Analysis Project
Global Issues Analysis Worksheet
Students will need to complete this worksheet as part of this project.
World History News Analysis
World Map
This map is used with the news analysis
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  • School District of Rhinelander
  • 665 Coolidge Ave. Suite B
  • Rhinelander, WI 54501
  • Phone: 715-365-9700