Salem High School - Summer School 2020
The following summer school registration form reflects current summer school offerings for Summer 2020. Summer School classes are offered based on enrollment. If a summer school class does not meet minimum enrollment requirements then the class will be cancelled.

Location: Online Only

Attendance: Regular attendance at school is always important. Students are expected to maintain progress in online learning. Students who do not complete online coursework or who are dismissed will not receive a tuition refund.

Conduct: Students in summer school are expected to conduct themselves appropriately. The Standards of Student Conduct for the regular term apply to summer school also. Students who are referred to the summer school administration for disciplinary reasons may be dismissed from the summer school program without a tuition refund.

Please direct all questions to the Salem High School Counselling Office.
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Summer School Offerings
Repeat Courses: Courses are taught in an online environment using the APEX learning digital curriculum. Verify with your school counselor that the class you wish to sign up for is available. Start Date: June 22, 2020

Driver Education: Start Date: June 22, 2020. Drivers Ed will be taught synchronously between June 22, 2020 and July 10, 2020. Students are required to login and attend all online sessions at the assigned times. The online sessions will cover the required classroom instruction hours. The behind the wheel portion of driver education will be scheduled at a different date.

New Online Courses: English 12 (1.0 Credit), Health 1 (0.5 Credit), Health 2 (0.5 Credit), VA/US Government, (1.0 credit), Y-FITT (0.5 Credit) Start Date: June 22, 2020

Credit Recovery: If you have been denied credit due to a violation of the attendance policy it may be possible to recover the credits through summer school. Courses will be taught in an online environment using the APEX learning digital curriculum. See your counselor for more information. Start Date: June 22, 2020

Fees and Payments
Credit Recovery (attendance) $50.00 Per Course
Driver Education $265.00
Repeat Courses $175.00
½ Credit Courses (New Credit) $175.00
1 Credit Courses (New Credit) $350.00

All fees are to be invoiced to students through the mail. Students who do not pay the appropriate fees will not receive credit for the course.

No refunds are given unless the course is not offered.

A student who dropped a course during the school year may not take it as a repeat course.

A credit course having a grade dropped at ALMS may not be taken as a repeat course.

Students who qualify for free or reduced priced lunches are eligible for a reduced price EXCEPT for Drivers Ed & NEW Online

Classes must be paid in full to receive credit for the course.

Driver's Education Schedule
Summer School – Driver’s Education Schedule

In order to complete the classroom portion of driver’s education in a timely manner yet not require students to be on Zoom for long periods at a time, the following schedule will be used for the days the class meets. There is a state mandate of hours that must be met so I have purposely designed the following schedule to hopefully satisfy the required hours but also give flexibility for students who have appointments, need family time, or just want to relax. For this reason, one day each week will be a non-class day that is no school with instruction being only on 4 days each week.

Schedule for Class Days

10:30 to 12:00 – 1½ hours
12:00 to 1:00 - Break for lunch
1:00 to 2:00 – 1 hour
Total for each day – 2½ hours

This schedule will begin on June 22nd then be followed for 3 weeks ending on July 10th. This will be 10 class meetings; attendance is mandatory for all.

The above schedule would be followed for the following dates:
Week 1 - June 22, June 23, June 25, June 26
Week 2 - June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2
Week 3 - July 6, July 7, July 9, July 10

Driver's Education classes will not meet on June 24, July 3, and July 8.
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