Summer School

  • Summer School is running through two virtual formats, one for Credit Recovery and one for the accelerated courses.

     
    First Session: June 10 - 27 (no school June 19)
    Monday - Thursday
    $400 year long | $200 semester course
    Payment is due by March 15, 2024
     
    Second Session: July 8 - 25
    Monday - Thursday
    $400 year long | $200 semester course
    Payment is due by March 15, 2024
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Technology

  • All students will need a device and internet connection to engage in the summer school courses. It is recommended that they should using a computer or chromebook instead of trying to complete the course work on a cell phone. If a student does not have a school issued device and they would like to use one, please submit an email to the Technology Help Desk at help@d230.org. During summer school, if there is a problem with a D230 issued device, please contact the help desk. If the student has problems with a log in or website for the course, they should contact their assigned teacher.

    All students will be able to see their teachers listed in Skyward by Wednesday, June 5th.

     

Credit Recovery course platform

  • Students that are attempting to recover credits that were not completed during the school year will be using the Edgenuity platform.  They will be assigned to a District 230 staff member that will work on them to complete the course during the session that they were scheduled in.

    Students in the credit recovery program are expected to log in daily to the Edgenuity platform.  Students will receive this login information from the teacher through their school email account by Friday, June 7th.

    Students should also download the Remind App for additional communication from the staff member.

Accelerated courses platform

  • Students that are working ahead on credits will be working through our Canvas platform system with an assigned District 230 staff member to complete the course.

    Students in the accelerated program are expected to log in daily to Canvas. Students will receive this login information from the teacher through their school email account by Friday, June 7th. Students will be asked to participate in course discussions and collaborate with classmates as directed by their teacher.

     

Student Expectations

    • Login daily and practice active communication with your instructor - Connect and check-in often

    • Manage your time accordingly

    • Teachers availability will be communicated by each teacher

    • Communicate schedule conflicts with your teachers

    • Students must keep up with all course work and pacing of the course work

    • Credit recovery students who fall below  70%, or behind on the pacing will be required to attend the on site Help Center in the Media Center at Sandburg.

      • Notification of this will happen by 11:00am the day before being required to attend the Help Center.

    • Model appropriate digital citizenship- Acceptable Use Policy is in effect!  Inappropriate use of technology can result in a zero or being dropped from a course.  Think critically and submit original work.

  • Driver EdDriver Education

    Session: June 3 - July 18, 2024
    Monday – Thursday (no sessions June 19, July 3-4)
    Fee: $150  + $20 Secretary of State permit fee
    • $20 Secretary of State fee will be collected separately
    • $150 Payment is due at time of registration

    Registration opens January 16, 8am. To register: 

    Complete information can be found here.

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For More Information

  • Jame Holt- Summer School Coordinator

    Heide Lavaque- Summer School Assistant

    Summer School Phone Number: 708-745-5261