SUMMER SCHOOL 2013 STUDENT INFORMATION
First Session: June 10 – June 28 for 15 days from 7:35 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
Second Session: July 8 – July 26 for 15 days from 7:35 a.m. – 12:35 p.m.
A student may miss one (1) day of summer school per session for illness or death in the family. On the second (2nd) day absent, the student will be dropped from the class.
An absence will only be considered excused if a parent calls
In certain situations, school sanctioned events may be considered excused absences. Students must make a written request to an Administrator before the opening of school in order to be considered for this exemption. All medical and court appointments should be scheduled after summer school. If this is not possible, written requests should be submitted to an Administrator at least two days in advance.
A student may be automatically dropped from classes if they are truant or suspended from summer school.
Students are expected to be in class on time. Excessive tardiness will result in removal from the class for the rest of the summer. Tardies are counted by when student arrives in the office to get a pass to class:
1T arrive 7:35:01 – 8:05 (up to 30 minutes Tardy) / 2T arrive 8:06 – 9:06 (31 to 90 minutes tardy)
3T arrive 9:07 or later (tardy 91 minutes or more) / Combination of 3 Tardies = Absence
L=Leave School Early or Discipline time in office: Amount of time out of class counts the same as Tardies
Students will adhere to the same dress code as is followed during the regular school year and outlined in the Student-Parent Handbook. No spaghetti straps or strapless tops, hats, jackets, or apparel that advertises alcohol, tobacco, or weapons are permitted to be worn to summer school. Shorts and skirts cannot be too short. If students have a question about whether to wear a piece of clothing, they should not wear it. Staff should call Mrs. Pio at ext. 5314 before sending students to the office for inappropriate clothing.
Smoking on school grounds is strictly prohibited and will result in withdrawal from summer school.
Bicycles or mopeds should only be parked in the bicycle rack by the school entrances.
Parking will be limited in the north and west parking lots. Students should not use the south and north teacher lots.
Bus transportation will be available starting June 10th. Please review the attached Bus Route Schedule provided by the Valparaiso Community School Transportation Department. If you have bus questions, please call 531-3121.
Vending Machines are located in the Student Commons area and across from rooms BL220 and BL222. Students should throw all debris in the garbage cans provided and should not litter the building.
All other circumstances will be handled as outlined in the Parent-Student Handbook.
Report cards for both Sessions 1 and 2 will be available for pick up at the main office a week after summer school ends (Approximately August 5th) or at fall registration at the high school.