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Summer School 2019

 
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WHAT IS SUMMER SCHOOL?

Mountain House High School Summer School is open to all students who are seeking credit recovery for courses that they received a "D" or "F" grade during the school year.  Summer school courses at MHHS are all online credit recovery courses that can be worked on at the student's pace.  Teachers are available for tutoring and support 4 days a week Monday through Thursday for a 6 week period of time.  Typical students can make up 2 semesters of work over this 6 week period.  Motivated students can complete much more that 2 semesters of work.  We request a contribution of $50 for every 5 units (one semester) that a student signs up for as Summer School is not a state funded program. Contributions are non-refundable, even if a student does not complete the course(s).  

WHAT ARE THE DATES OF SUMMER SCHOOL?
Dates:  Monday - Thursday, June 10, 2019 through July 18, 2019 (Holiday on July 4th forces one Friday School day on July 12th)
Times:  9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

REQUIRED MEETINGS
Parent Orientation Meeting - Thursday June 6, 2019 7:00 P.M. in Theater
 
All Student Orientation Meeting - Monday June 4, 2018 9:00 A.M. in Theater
 
All Students Required to attend Summer School for the entire first week and remain "on pace" before continuing the independent study format.

FORMAT
Students MUST attend Summer School for the entire first week of Summer School.  After the first week, courses are independent study and online.  Teachers are available every day of summer school to tutor and provide quiet work environment.  Students may come every day to sit in the classroom and get help.  Attendance is not taken, however students must be present to take tests and assessments. Students who fall "off pace" with their courses, or fall behind due to poor grades will be required to attend Summer School Daily, or risk being dropped from Summer School.  

STUDENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
Students will be required to check in with the assigned summer school homeroom teacher on a weekly basis and discuss required progress and pacing guide for the week.  Students who fall "off pace" with their courses, or fall behind due to poor grades will be required to attend Summer School Daily, or risk being dropped from Summer School.  

OUT OF DISTRICT STUDENTS
Students outside of the Lammersville Unified School District are welcome to access summer school courses, but will be required to make the $50 contribution per semester course before starting summer school.  Parents will be required to register as a student in the Lammersville Unified School District in order to attend MHHS Summer School.  Contributions are non-refundable, even if a student does not complete the course(s).  

QUESTIONS?
Contact MHHS main office at 209.836.7460

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