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Summer School


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Why Online in summer 2020?

Due to the uncertainty of the near future caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, Central Union High School District will be providing Summer Programs in a distance learning format and on a smaller-scale than in the past years.  This year’s Summer Programs classes will be offered to students in need of recovering credits or in the Special Education or Migrant Program.
 
Students will have the opportunity to work in the safety of their home and given the opportunity to work at their own pace.  Teachers will be monitoring their progress and scheduling frequent check-ins and study sessions to provide the instruction, guidance and support that students need to complete the class.
 
Overview of the summer program (slides)  English     Spanish
 

Dates & Times

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 to Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Week 1 - Wednesday - Friday
Week 2 & 3 Monday - Friday 
Week 4 - Monday - Thursday
Week 5 Monday - Wednesday
 
Morning Session: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Afternoon Session: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
 

Student Application Process

If you are interested in attending Summer Programs AND in need of recovering credits or are in the Special Education or Migrant Programs please contact:
  • Complete Summer Programs Interest Survey linked below and on your school home page CLICK YOUR SCHOOL
  • To recover credits contact your School Counselor
  • If you are in the Special Education Program contact your Case Manager 
If you are in the Migrant Program contact Mrs. Felix, (760) 336-8860 or lfelix@mycuhsd.org

Student Expectations

  • Attend, virtually, all teacher-scheduled progress check-ins and study sessions 
  • Work in assigned class for a minimum of 3 hours, every class day
  • Maintain contact with teacher to address any questions and/or requests for support and feedback
  • Demonstrate academic integrity when completing all assignments and taking tests
    • Cheating on assignments or tests will not be accepted
    • Copying others’ work as your own will not be accepted
  • Practice digital citizenship when attending or communicating online with teacher or other students
    • Taking pictures or recording any recording or live communication with teacher and/or classmates is not acceptable
    • Disrespectful, harmful, bullying or inappropriate behavior online is not acceptable
If a student does not meet ALL expectations, based on the severity of the behavior, they will receive a referral (upon 3rd referral they will be dropped) or be dropped immediately.