Summer School 2018 provides credit recovery opportunity for area high schoolers
Sessions begin June 4; Deadline for Registration is May 18
The Wahoo High School summer school program is available for students who have failed classes and would like to make up the credit lost. Students who are interested need to fill out the form below and return it, along with a $25 deposit, to the Wahoo High School office. The full amount must be paid before the start of the sessions.
The method of instruction will be through a digital online curriculum called OdysseyWare. Students will be able to work at their own pace. We will run one session from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, with 24 computers available each session. Students enrolled in the Wahoo Public Schools will have first priority. If there are open spots available, we will accept outside applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Summer School 2018 will begin on Monday, June 4, and end on Thursday, June 28. Classes will not meet on Fridays. Students who retrieve their credit(s) before June 28 are dismissed from summer school upon completion. A student with more than two absences will be dismissed from the program. A student with more than four tardies will be dismissed from the program (2 tardies = 1 absence). Students will be asked to sign an attendance contract on the first day of classes.
The cost of a class this year will be $175. A $25 deposit must be turned in with the form below to hold a spot. Most courses will be available this summer. If you need to take a course that is not listed, please contact WHS Principal Jarred Royal at 443-4332, ext. 3002.
Click HERE to access the 2018 Summer School registration form.
DATES: June 4-28, 2018 (Classes do NOT meet on Friday, June 8, 15, 22, or 29.)
COST: $175 per semester class. Students may register for up to two sessions at this time. A $25 deposit will be required initially to insure a spot. PLEASE NOTE: THE FULL AMOUNT MUST BE PAID BEFORE THE START OF THE FIRST SESSION.
TIME: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (Students must report at 8:00 a.m. and stay until noon.)
GRADE: Students will receive a “P” for passing based on a 70% or better completion of assignments, quizzes/tests, and projects. Students will receive an “F” for failing if completion average is 69% or below.
DEADLINE: May 18, 2018