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2020 Summer School/Credit Recovery Information

BHHS Free Online Summer School Information

DESCRIPTION

BHHS Online Summer School will be offered at no cost to approximately 80-100 identified students who need to recover ELA and MATH credits until spots are filled. Students will work offsite but may attend virtual tutoring sessions on an as needed Monday through Thursday from June 22-July 10th.  

Summer School Teachers: Lorinda Shew, English/Language Arts; Caleb Crotzer, Math

Administrative Supervision: Principal DeAnne Varitek/Vice Principal Vickie Nigh: June 22-June 25th; Special Programs Director Angela Crum/Superintendent David Marshall: June 26-July10

Emergency Summer School Phone: 541-373-0853

Student Notifications: Remind for class communication: remind.com/join/44kc3k

Dates: June 22-July 10, Monday-Thursdays

Location: Online via Google Classroom and Edgenuity 

SCHEDULE

  • MORNING SESSION--ELA, Ms. Shew        
  • ELA 9, ELA 10
  • 8:25am-11:45pm Teacher available via Google classroom and to unlock Edgenuity quizzes/tests
  • 11:45-12:15pm    Teacher grades and makes phones calls

 

  • AFTERNOON SESSION--MATH, Mr. Crotzer            
  • ALG, GEOMETRY, ALG II
  • 12:10pm       Teacher available via Google classroom and to unlock Edgenuity quizzes/tests
  • 3:30-4:00pm Teacher grades and makes phone calls  

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS

  1. June 10    Vickie sent an invitation via email/phone to families regarding summer school registration
  2. June 10-18 Families can register for up to 2 summer school courses by emailing Holly Battleson
  3. June 16-18   Nicole will add ELA/Math students to Edgenuity 
  4. June 22 Last day to register for summer school; Summer School Begins!

STUDENTS WHO SHOULD ATTEND 

  • 11th & 12th graders who need to recover ELA/MA credit for courses that will not fit into 20.21 SY schedules
  • 9th & 10th graders who need to recover ELA or MA courses prior to winter 2020 semester
  • ALL 9-11th grade students who are working on ELA or MA Student Learning Plans (SLPs)

 

STUDENT FAQs: 

How do I communicate with my student’s teacher or summer school admin?

Use the summer school REMIND app, email your teacher, or call the summer cell phone to call an administrator. 

How do I communicate with my student’s teacher or summer school admin?

Use the summer school REMIND app, email your teacher, or call the summer cell phone to call an administrator. 

How do I get a test/quiz unlocked?

Use the REMIND app to request an unlock, or email teachers Monday through Thursday. If you need a quiz or test unlocked over the weekend, use the REMIND app to request, or call the summer school # to reach an admin. 

What if I fail a test or a quiz two times?

Go back into the unit and take careful notes.  Share those notes with your teacher and ask them to unlock the quiz. You can also request a Google Meet to discuss points you need to clarify.

How much time do I have to take a test?

The standard time is 90 minutes but we can give you more time if you request it. We can also open a test for you on a Thursday if you are likely to get to that point over the weekend. 

When have I earned credit for the course?

You need to complete all assignments, with a total grade of 60% or better to earn credit.

If I don’t understand a concept, how do I get help?

You will have two check-ins scheduled per week. You can clarify any concepts then or you can also email the teacher or text Remind to schedule an appointment to go over the material.

Can I work on Edgenuity outside of class scheduled time?

You can work on Edgenuity at any time, day or night, in a car, in a tree, in a box, with a fox, you get the idea. It even works on smartphones. The only hangup is that you need to plan ahead to request any upcoming test unlocks if you think you will get to one before the next class meeting date/time. 

What happens if I don’t finish in time?

The course will be marked as WIP, or work in progress, to be finished next school year.