Summer School

Euclid City Schools

Summer School 2020

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INTRODUCTION

The primary goal of the Euclid Secondary Summer School Program is to provide students with the opportunity to earn remedial credit for courses in major subject areas that students were not able to earn credit for during the regular school year. We, at the Elementary and Secondary Summer School, will be doing our utmost to help students reach their educational goals. We hope that students and parents will cooperate with us in the achievement of those goals.

POLICIES

Admission:

Classes are open to all Euclid residents and non-Euclid residents, if space is available.

Schedule:

High school and middle school classes will start on Monday, June 15, 2020 and end on Friday, July 10, 2020. Classes will be held online from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Monday through Friday. No classes will be held on Friday, July 3, 2020, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. All students will be able to complete their coursework, from home, or the library, using their online APEX account, from Monday, June 15, 2020 through Friday, July 10, 2020. Teachers will be available, via email, Zoom conferencing, Google Hangout, and/or phone, each day, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Students are encouraged to attend as many virtual sessions, with their assigned teachers, as possible to ensure academic success.

Fees:

The fees are for tuition only. Tuition must be paid in FULL before the first day of Summer School. No exceptions will be made. Beginning Monday, June 15, 2020, a $20.00 late fee will be applied to registration.

Refund Policy:

Refunds will be made only if a class is cancelled. Students assume the risk of change in their personal affairs or health. The Secondary Summer School program is self-sustaining. Receipts from course fees offset course costs. We reserve the right to cancel any class because of insufficient enrollment. ?Tuition will not be refunded if the student withdraws early, or if he/she is excluded/withdrawn by the director.

Attendance Policy:

Teachers will be available, via email, Zoom conferencing, Google Hangout, and/or phone, each day, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Students are encouraged to attend all virtual sessions, daily, with their assigned teachers, to ensure academic success. Students are required to log into APEX, each day, for the four week duration of the program.

Technology

The APEX online learning platform is available on the following devices, with an internet connection: cell phones, computers, laptops, iPads, and tablets. All Euclid middle and high school students have the opportunity to borrow a district-issued Chromebook, if needed. However, no technology will be provided for students not registered in the Euclid City Schools District. All out-of-district students must provide their own internet devices to access the APEX online learning platform. All students must read, complete, and sign the Summer School 2020 Computer Usage Form and Summer School 2020 APEX User Agreement.


EXPECTATIONS

1.     Students shall dress modestly during all virtual classes in Summer School. Appropriate shorts are permitted. Headwear of any kind is unacceptable.

2.     Pens, pencils, notebook paper, and specified texts are suggested supplies to complete the required work, at home, each day for students.

3.     Students should read all the rules of conduct and attendance, which are located in this document.

4.     All other Euclid City Schools rules and the rules of the Euclid Board of Education apply to virtual Summer School sessions and communication with the staff and administrators.

CONSEQUENCES

Parents will be notified regarding any major infraction(s). The consequences listed below will be followed for infraction of rules after referral to the building administrator. These rules and regulations shall be applicable to conduct on school grounds before, during, and after summer school hours. The director will determine the level of all consequences. The ECSD EHS Student/Parent Handbook will be enforced and followed, during the summer school program.

First Offense: Immediate Removal from Summer School

1.     NO REFUND

2.     Fighting, theft, vandalism, direct insubordination, smoking on school property, or virtual sessions, excessive disruptiveness, threats, endangering, possession or use of intoxicating beverages, illegal drugs, and weapons or mace on school property.

No make-up work will be permitted for time missed for unauthorized departures or arrivals. The designee of the Superintendent of Schools will be considered the final step in the school appeal process. Any further appeals must be made in the Court of Common Pleas.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Methods Of Payment:

Credit card, money order, or certified check?(made payable to Euclid City Schools), are the only payment types that will be accepted. Unfortunately, we cannot accept personal checks. The full payment must accompany the online registration form at the time of enrollment. Installment plans are not permitted due to payroll demands.

High School Tuition:

Euclid Students

*      For each one credit class, the cost is $280.

*      For each ½ credit class, the cost is $140. Out Of District Students:

*      For each one credit class, the cost is $320.

*      For each ½ credit class, the cost is $160.

Middle School Tuition:

Euclid Students:

*      For each class, the cost is $140. Out Of District Students:

*      For each class, the cost is $160.

Important:

There will be no enrollment for high school or middle school students after June 17, 2020.


SECONDARY SUMMER SCHOOL COURSE OFFERINGS

Middle School:

At the middle schools, no student may move to the next grade with more than one failing grade. If two courses are failed, one must be retaken. If three courses are failed, two must be retaken. In all grades, if mathematics is one of the failed courses, it must be taken in Summer School. All courses are remedial.

Middle school classes below will only be offered through APEX, our online education system. One licensed teacher, per classroom, will be available to students for remediation and academic support as they navigate through the online class(es).

 

High School

High school classes below will only be offered through APEX, our online education system. One licensed teacher, per classroom, will be available to students for remediation and academic support as they navigate through the online class(es).

 

Computer Use Policy

Computer use during Summer School is encouraged and made available to students for educational purposes. The school retains the ownership of all hardware and software on loan to a student. The school reserves the right to inspect, copy, and/or delete files and records created and stored on school-owned computers.

Computer regulations include, but are not limited to, the following:

A.    Academic misconduct (transmission of unauthorized material)

B.    Damage or destruction of property (deletion of file and knowingly introducing viruses, willfully breaking or sabotaging equipment).

C.    Theft (copyright infringement and unauthorized copy).

D.    Failure to accept directions of discipline from school authority that authorized the use of the computers.

E.    Forgery (accessing into unauthorized computers, sites or information databases). Reminder: The search and seizure policy of Euclid City Schools applies to its computers, programs, software, hardware or information. Since computer use is a privilege, it is subject to review and inspection at any time without suspicion or cause. There is no student privacy for any information contained on school computers.

Regulations A through E carry the following consequences for violations:

1.     Detainment, exclusion, 1 to 2 day suspension

2.     Temporary or permanent loss of school computer use privileges

3.     Removal from class and loss of class unit credit, including a grade of “F” for the class with no refund

4.     Police notification or intervention

5.     Permanent removal from Summer School with no refund

Students must observe the following guidelines or incur a consequence or penalty for a guideline violation:

1.     Personal files may not be stored on school computers.

2.     Network password security is the responsibility of the student.

3.     Password entry must not be shared with another student.

4.     A student password must be given to school authority upon request.

5.     A student shall not copy, damage, or alter hardware or software.

6.     A student shall not use or alter another person’s password, files, or directory.

7.     All non-school software and diskettes must be checked for viruses and approved for use by school authority before being used on school computers.

8.     Students may not bring or consume food items or beverages in the computer lab.

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