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PACIFIC HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL 

July Session Dates: July 6- July 31, 2020

SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION LINK

FREE MEALS DURING SUMMER SCHOOL

General Information: Thank you for your interest in Summer School! This document contains important information regarding Summer School and course offerings. Please complete the online registration for each student attending Summer School. Registration is due by Friday, June 26th, 2020. Any registrations received after June 26th will depend upon class size and availability. If you have previously filled out a registration for the July summer school session, you do not need to complete this form again. 

Please only submit one form per student, if changes are needed after submission, please contact Mr. Dan Kania (dkania@mvr3.k12.mo.us) or Mrs. Sarah Nowak (snowak@mvr3.k12.mo.us) or the High School Office.

At this time the July session of Summer School will be held at the High School. We anticipate the building and facilities will be open and students will be able to attend classes and activities. However, if adjustments are needed an announcement will be made to notify students and parents prior to the start of the July Session on July 6th.

*****Transportation will be provided during the July Session for High School Students. 

The Summer School program is web-based and accessible anywhere through an internet connection. We partner with Launch Courseware to provide this incredible opportunity to our students.

According to Section 167.227 RSMO, "No pupil shall attend summer school courses in more than one district during any one summer." Students who enroll in the Meramec Valley R-III District's Virtual Summer School may not enroll in or attend summer school courses at another district.


Summer School Course Descriptions

Summer School is comprised of several categories that have several course options for students, be sure to pay close attention to the description of each category, to ensure the student is eligible to take those courses offered. The categories are Traditional Courses, Virtual* Courses, and Credit Recovery* Courses. Each category is described below with the courses being offered.


TRADITIONAL COURSE

These courses offer students the opportunity to participate in courses that are held on campus at Pacific High School and taught by a teacher or athletic coach in a traditional seated setting. The following summer school courses are traditional:

Summer Athletic Development (0.5 credit): 

Students interested in participating in high school athletics/activities may obtain 0.5 credits of Physical Education. The student must attend a minimum of 60 hours during the designated times to obtain credit for the course. This course is offered from June 1st - July 31st, to ensure students are able to obtain the required hours for credit. For the July session of this course, students will report to PHS each day at the times listed below.

GIRLS: July 6- 31, 2020 7:30a - 9:30 a.m. 

BOYS: July 6- 31, 2020 9:30a -11:30 a.m.

Summer Marching Band (0.5 credit): 

Students may obtain 0.5 credits of Fine Art by attending Summer Marching Band for a minimum of 60 hours during the designated times. Dates for this course are July 27- August 7 from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

A+ Mentoring (0.5 credit): 

Students wanting to earn service hours towards their A+ requirements can sign up to work with our Summer Discovery program and may obtain 0.5 credits of General Elective. Students will follow the schedule of the building they are assigned.

Health *Seated Option* (0.5 credit): 

Students wanting to complete the Health requirement for graduation, may take this course and obtain 0.5 credits of Health to fulfill the graduation requirement. Incoming Freshmen are REQUIRED to take the Seated Health course. Students in the 10-12th grade who are taking the course for the first time may choose to take the seated option.



VIRTUAL COURSES 

Students must have passed all courses during the regular school year and be taking the course for the first time. Students will be required to attend the first two days and the last day of the session from 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Students may be required to attend additional days if they fall behind or are struggling with the course content. Students may obtain up to 1 full credit in each Virtual Summer School Session. Courses are one semester in length for which 0.5 credits in the appropriate area can be earned for each completed course.

Personal Finance- Virtual (0.5 credit): 

Students in 10th - 12th grades wanting to complete the Personal Finance requirement for graduation, may take this course and obtain 0.5 credits of Personal Finance to fulfill the graduation requirement. This course is ONLY available for students in 10th - 12th grade taking the course for the first time.

Health- Virtual (0.5 credit): 

Students wanting to complete the Health requirement for graduation, may take this course and obtain 0.5 credits of Health to fulfill the graduation requirement. This course is ONLY available for students in 10th - 12th grade taking the course for the first time.


CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES 

Students may obtain as many credits as they have failed during the previous academic semesters but coursework must be completed during the scheduled session to obtain credit. Students must be in attendance daily from 7:30a-11:30a until all courses are complete, then the student is no longer required to attend. Students may need to continue to work on a course outside of the summer school day, if necessary to complete the course during the scheduled session. School counselors review a student’s course selection to ensure proper placement and eligibility. Students may sign up for multiple courses, however, students will be enrolled in one course at a time. Upon completion of one course, another course will be added for the student to complete.

*Courses offered may vary due to availability through Launch Courseware.

English I
Pre-AlgebraPhysical ScienceAmerican HistoryHealth 
English IIAlgebra IBiologyWorld HistoryPersonal Finance
English IIIAlgebra IIAmerican Government
English IV