Summer School Guidelinesfor Integrated Math 1 Summer Bridge
Parents and students-please read the following guidelines carefully.
1. ATTENDANCE POLICY: TRADITIONAL COURSES
- Each summer class equals one week of material; therefore, attendance is critical!
- Absences for ANY reason, (including illness, suspension, family emergencies, etc…) that total more than 2 days of instructional time will result in the student being dropped from summer school. There will be no grade and no credit issued for the class.
- Tardies are counted in 15 minute increments and count toward the 2 days of absence. Students will be dropped if their combined absences/tardiness equals more than 2 days.
- Transportation is not provided for summer school! Please make arrangements to be at school on time each day.
- Summer school is for two weeks, 3 hours, 10 minutes per day for each morning or afternoon session.
- Students must attend the first day of class. Report to school on the first day to receive the official course schedule.
2. DISCIPLINE POLICY:
- Summer school is voluntary; therefore, no behavior problems will be tolerated. Students will be removed from class for behavior issues and cannot make up the time they have lost.
- Any student sent out of class by the teacher, for any disciplinary reason, may lose a minimum of one hour’s time and/or may be dropped for the duration of the session.
- DRESS CODE applies during summer school!
3. ENROLLMENT POLICY:
- Enrollment in summer school is not guaranteed!
- All class offerings are subject to staff and space availability.
- Classes with low enrollment will be cancelled and may be cancelled on the second or third day of the class.
- Students newly enrolled in CNUSD for the following school year and who have completed the enrollment process may apply for summer school.
- Currently expelled students may not enroll in summer school.
- Textbooks will be assigned and homework will be required.
- Summer school is available for substantially disabled students in accordance with Education Code 41967.5 and the Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 3043. Contact the Special Education Department for details.
4. ONLINE STUDENTS (online students must adhere to all the above guidelines in addition to the following):
- Online students must have access to high-speed internet outside of school.
- Students who do not log-on for two school days, will be dropped from the class.
- Online students are required to log-on at least 4 times per week.
- Online classes will require the student spend a minimum of 15 hours per week on the computer.
- Online students may be required to take part in online discussions, tweets, blogs, etc., at teacher-specified times.
- Online teachers will conduct electronic office hours—they will not be available 24-7!
- Computer labs will be open on each campus for student use from 8:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. daily, June 13-July 8 only (no teachers available); however, the number of available computers is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Students receiving free/reduced lunch may continue to receive a meal during summer school.