With what seems to be our constantly changing mandates due to COVID-19 I wanted to make sure to send out our most recent information on our summer school program.
I have been in charge of coordinating our summer school program here at CLHS for the last four years, and I wanted to get the word out that we are still planning to hold summer school this year despite formatting changes due to social distancing guidelines! Just as we have in the past, we are planning to offer a wide range of classes throughout two different sessions that students can take either for recovery credit or to work ahead on graduation requirements.
Due to recent mandates, we have moved all of our first session courses to an online format and are moving our physical education class to session 2, in hopes that it will be able to meet in person in July. We have even added a few new classes to the mix! Our summer school session 1 online courses include: US Government, US History, World History, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Health, English 9-12, Computer Science, Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra 2. Please be advised that we still need to hit a minimum enrollment requirement for each course in order to officially run it during a session. That is why it is so important that if you know someone planning to take a summer school class, they register as early as possible so we can confirm classes before the last minute. Though our school offices are currently closed, you can still register for these classes online by clicking here. The last day to register for session 1 is June 3.
Because the current mandate states that schools are closed only through June 30, the plan for now is to run our second session classes as originally planned. We are planning to hold onsite classes as well as online classes, as is mentioned in our registration documents. If needed, we will move session 2 offerings to an online format if mandates are changed between now and then.
Though changes have had to be made, I am excited that we are still able to offer these summer classes to students! I am sure with all of the distance learning this last quarter, that the teachers have also been able to utilize new communication tools and online activities to make this first session of online learning as engaging as possible.
If you have any questions about our summer school program, please do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com.
Summer School Program Coordinator