Summer School Frequently Asked Questions

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    Q: When does registration open?

    A: Registration for Summer School 2019 will open on April 2nd for residents and April 29th for non-residents and will be conducted through our Power School portal.  Directions on how to activate your account (if you haven’t already) will be sent out at the end of March.

     

    Q. When does registration close?

    A. Registration will remain open through the first day of Summer School. 

     

    Q. What are the dates of Summer School High School courses?

    A. Session 1: June 24th - July 12th (no classes July 4-5)

    Session 2: July 15th-August 2nd (August 1st for Elementary students)

    Both Sessions:  June 24th - August 2nd (no classes July 4-5)

    Beginning Band Blast Off August 5th-9th -- 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Longfellow Middle School

     

    Q. What time does each class begin for High School?

    A.   Classes for grades 9-12 run Monday-Friday from  7:30am-12:35 p.m.

    • Period 1 - 07:30 AM - 10:00 AM        
    • Period 2 - 10:05 AM - 12:35 PM        

     

    Q. What are the dates of Summer School for Elementary classes?

    A:  *Classes for elementary school students run Monday through Thursday from 8 am - 11:55 am

    Session 1 June 24th - July 12th
    Session 2 July 15th-August 1st


    Times:    

    • 1st period - 8 - 9:15 am
    • 2nd period - 9:20 - 10:35 am
    • 3rd period - 10:40 - 11:55 am 

     

    Q. Can students leave during their break time?

    A. No, we have a closed campus during summer school. Students who leave during break risk suspension.

     

    Q. Is there special ed support during summer school?

    A. Special ed services are very limited during summer school. Teachers will be given a copy of the student's school year IEP, and there may be a resource person available to help with test taking. Please contact your child's caseworker if you have concerns.

     

    Q.What is the attendance policy for High School courses?

     A. Students cannot miss more than 3 periods of a class in any six-week course; no more than 1 1/2 days in 6 weeks, 5-hour courses; no more than 1 day can be missed in hybrid courses.  Also, excessive tardies will count as absences. More than 7 tardies are considered excessive and will result in student being dropped from courses.  Students who miss more than the allotted number of class periods for any course will not receive credit for that course.  

     

    Q: How do I register if I am not a resident or if I am a resident and my child(ren) attend private school?

    A: Private/Parochial and Non-Resident Students grades K4-8: Please fill out the Enrollment  Form and a summer school staff member will get back to you in 3-5 business days with your login information and instructions for registering for summer courses.    For non-residents, there are fees for summer school courses.   A staff member will assist you with this when communicating your login information. 

     

    Q: How much does it cost to enroll in summer school courses?

    A: For district residents and district students, there is no fee for summer school.   For non-residents enrolling in summer school, fees are as follows:

    • K5,1st grade, 2nd-grade Experiences: $150
    • K-8 one period courses: $25 per course per session
    • H.S. 9-12 courses for credit:
      0.5 credit $250
      1.0 credit $500