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Summer School

CUHSD Summer School 2018


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

6/18     1st day

6/19     Day 2

6/20     Day 3

6/21     Day 4

6/22    No Class

6/25     Day 5

6/26     Day 6

6/27     Day 7

6/28     Day 8

6/29     No Class

7/2       Day 9

7/3      Day 10

7/4       Holiday

7/5       Day 11

7/6     Day 12

7/9       Day 13

7/10     Day 14

7/11     Day 15

7/12      Day 16

7/13    No Class

7/16     Day 17

7/17     Day 18

7/18     Day 19

7/19     Day 20

LAST DAY

 

Summer school consists of two sessions conducted over five weeks. Each session is the equivalent of one semester and a student may earn 5 credits per session.  School will be in session for five weeks, four days per week. There is NO summer school on: Friday, June 22nd; Friday, June 29th; Wednesday, July 4th and Friday, July 13th.  There IS summer school on Friday, July 6. 

Student Class Schedules

Schedules are being mailed home the week of June 11, 2018.  

You can also access your student’s schedule by logging into the Aeries portal.  Click here and follow the log-in instructions.  You will need the student permanent ID number.


A parent or student can also pick-up the schedule at Boynton High School on Wednesday, 6/13, until 4pm OR on Thursday, 6/14 from 8am until NOON. You must bring identification.

 

The address for Boynton for SCHEDULE PICKUP ONLY is:

901 Boynton Avenue

San Jose CA 95117

 

Daily Schedule

Session 1: Period 1-3 meets from 7:30 am to 10:30 am

Break:  10:30 am to 10:50 am

Session 2: Period 4-6 meets from 10:50 am to 1:50 pm

 

Summer School Location

Del Mar High School

1224 Del Mar Avenue

San Jose, CA 95128

 

Transportation

A bus pick up will be provided at Westmont High School (WHS) and Prospect High School (PHS). The session 1 bus will pick up at WHS at 6:45 AM and then will pick up at PHS at 7:00 AM.  Session 2 pick up at WHS at 9:45 AM and then at PHS at 10:00 AM. It will then return students who get out at 10:30 AM back to WHS and PHS.  There will be a bus to return the remaining students after the 1:50 PM dismissal back to WHS and PHS. Otherwise, students will need to provide their own transportation to summer school.

 

Credit

Students may earn a maximum of 10 units during summer school, 5 units per session.

 

Attendance

Summer school curriculum is covered in a very short time.  Therefore, attendance is MANDATORY. Consequently, one day absent from summer school is the equivalent to five (5) days of absence during the regular school year.


Students can only miss two (2) days of summer school. Students will be automatically dropped on their third absence. In addition, students who are more than thirty (30) minutes late four (4) times will be dropped from summer school on the fifth tardy.


A student not in class on the first day of summer school will be considered a NO SHOW and will be dropped from summer school.

 

School Regulations

The same standards of student conduct expected during the regular school year are expected during summer school.  The rules and expectations will be reviewed during the first week.


Students are financially responsible for textbooks and other school property in their care.


Students driving to school must park their cars in the Student Parking Lot. All rules for driving a car during the regular school year must also be observed during summer school.


There will be no loitering in the school parking lot at any time.


THE CAMPUS IS CLOSED. Students with two class periods may NOT LEAVE DURING BREAK.


Proper dress is expected on campus at all times. There will be NO gang wear, bandanas, chains, explicit advertising on T-shirts or hats allowed. Clothing should be modest and not be distracting to others. Shoes must be worn at all times.

 

Further Information About Summer School

Free meals will be served to all summer school students.  Meals will also be offered to any children 18 and under in the community (you do not have to be attending summer school to be eligible).


 

 

For summer school questions, please contact:

Principal - Sarah Thomas at 408-626-3404 or sathomas@cuhsd.org

Guidance Counselor - Jennifer Halas at jhalas@cuhsd.org

Registrar - Jackie Smith at 408-626-3404 or jsmith@cuhsd.org