Online Summer School for High School Students

SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL---ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL 2016

**A minimum of 20 students must register in order for the program to be offered.**

 

Class registration

  • Students must completely fill out the registration form and turn it in along with 100.00 to the Shawnee High School office before Friday June 3rd, 2016.
  • The cost is $100.00 payable at the time of registration. This fee is non-refundable.
  • If you are eligible you may apply for the Shawnee Online Summer School Scholarship.
  • If the student does not have computer access from home, they will be required to access the web online at another location. The Clark County Public Library and its branches have online access at each location.

Attendance

  • A student must attend (unless approved by the teacher before) all Friday sessions. If the student enrolls in a half credit course they will be in session only through 6/24, a student taking a full credit course will be expected to attend all six sessions. At the first Summer school session on June 10th in room 225 the students will receive the website, user ID, their password, and when their lessons must be transmitted. They will begin their first session at school from 9am to 12pm that day.
  • The summer school will be in session on Fridays 6/10/16, 6/17/16, 6/24/16, 7/1/16, 7/8/16, and 7/15/16.

During Summer School

  • The student will be required to perform a minimum of 25 hours of online coursework. A student will be monitored for the time he or she is working on the lessons by a special function on the website. Therefore the instructor will be able to see who has been actively working.
  • On the following 5 Fridays, the students will be required to meet with their instructor at Shawnee High School for weekly work session (9am-12pm) over the lessons or tests they have been assigned to complete that week.
  • Students may work ahead on the course lessons if they so choose.
  • A passing grade of 70% or more must be obtained in the course to receive credit.
  • They must have the course completed and course exam taken by July 18, 2016 or no credit will be provided whether they pass the course or not.

 

Course and lesson information

  • A full one-credit course will be 36 lessons in which the student will be expected to complete at least 10 lessons a week. Since the student can be monitored on-line, the student will have to work at least 2-4 hours a day on the course. On Friday the student will be expected to arrive at Shawnee High School and be in attendance from 9am until 12:00 working on lessons, tests, quizzes, or seek face-to-face help.
  • A half credit course will be 18 lessons in which the student will be expected to complete at least 10 lessons a week. Since the student can be monitored on-line, the student will have to work at least 2-4 hours a day on the course. On Friday the student will be expected to arrive at Shawnee High School and be in attendance from 9am until 12:00 working on lessons, tests, or quizzes, or seek face-to-face help.    




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