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George Mitchell Elementary RDA Report

 

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Summer School

Staff

Mrs. Mary Dooley
Summer School Director
508-697-6902   Ext: 11141 after June 22
mdooley@bridge-rayn.org
Mr. William Barber
Summer School Counselor
508-697-6902   Ext: 11152
wbarber@bridge-rayn.org

Summer School Policy

The summer school program offered at Bridgewater-Raynham is to obtain makeup grades failed in the following areas: English 6 - 12, Algebra I & II, Mathematics, Geometry, Biology, Science, Chemistry, History, Social Studies, and Spanish. Classes will run based on student enrollment in that course. No subject may be made up in summer school where the student has been absent from the subject more than 15 days during the regular academic year, or if the grade average for the subject was below 45. Exceptions may be appealed to the Principal for her review, consideration, and final disposition. Students needing help in subject areas not offered will be allowed, with administrative permission, to take courses at other recognized summer schools, provided that the criteria in the paragraph above have been met. Credit Retrieval will be offered to those students who have passed their courses but have had too many absences to receive credit. All students must attain a 90% summer school attendance record to receive academic credit. The briefness of the summer school program demands this level of attendance. Students will not be allowed more than 2 absences this summer. In addition, a passing grade for a summer school course will be a 70 for B.R.R.H.S. students.

About Summer School 

The Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School Summer School Program will offer a number of courses in the subject area of English, Algebra, Math, Geometry, , Science, Biology, Chemistry, History, Social Studies, Spanish, . These classes will run based upon student enrollment in each course. Students who fail a subject, or who are unable to continue in a sequential subject, are urged to attend summer school to fulfill requirements.

Official summer school registration will be June 27th through June 30th, from 9:00 AM to 12:30 P.M. in the BRRHS Guidance Office. The first day of summer school is orientation; all classes will be held from 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM. After the first day - classes are 8:00 AM to 9:50 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. to 11:50 AM. Students will be told during the 1st day which session they will attend. The sending high school must provide the data requested in order to complete the registration process.

Tuition

There will be a tuition charge of $175.00 per course for students who reside in the communities of Bridgewater or Raynham and $200.00 for students who reside in communities other than Bridgewater and Raynham. Tuition refunds will be made only if the course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment.

All payments must be paid with a money order payable to B.R.R.S.D. or you may go online www.bridge-rayn.org and pay by credit card, Tuition is due in full at the time of registration.

Attendance and Grades

No subject failed may be made up in summer school where the student has been absent from that subject more than 15 days during the regular academic year or if the grade average for the subject was below 45. Exceptions to this may be appealed to the Principal for review, consideration, and final disposition. Students needing help in subject areas not offered will be allowed, with administrative permission, to take courses at other recognized summer schools, as long as the criteria in the paragraph above have been met. All students must attain a 90% summer school attendance record to receive academic credit. The briefness of the summer school program demands this level of attendance. This summer students are not allowed more than 2 absences. In addition, the passing grade for a summer school course will be 70 for BRRHS students.

Credit Retrieval

Credit Retrieval will be offered to those students who have passed their courses but have had too many absences to receive credit. These courses will be offered in the evenings either from 5:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. or 6:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. Monday —Thursday (June 30 - July 29). Registration must be done with your guidance counselor or during registration for summer school. It is suggested that the student check the Parent and Student Information booklet for graduation credit requirements and minimum credit requirements on a yearly basis. If the total graduation credits, or credits needed to maintain level, cannot be achieved during the regular school year, summer school should receive serious consideration in your planning.