SJDCHS will be offering Summer School credit recovery for all levels of English classes. SJDCHS will also be offering credit recovery for Algebra II.
Semester 1: June 1-June 12
Semester 2: June 15-June 26
Credit Recovery for Algebra II and all levels of English are being offered free of charge.
SJDCHS is also offering credit recovery for the following courses:
· Communication Applications (Speech)
These classes will be held two days per week. Assignments will need to be completed at home, independently, and turned in on the next day that class meets.
Tuition: $150 per semester (ex: If a student needs to attend Summer School for Semesters 1&2 in Theology, the tuition will be $300)
SJDCHS is offering a Geometry class for rising sophomores who wish to be on an accelerated math track. Students who take this Geometry course will take Algebra II as sophomores. The tuition for this class is $300 and runs Monday-Friday from June 1-June 26.
All other Summer School courses must be taken at the student’s “home” public school.
Please contact Sarah DeLuca in person or by email at SDeLuca@sjdchs.org to register for summer school.
Summer School Rules and Procedures
Attendance: Only ONE day of excused absence from each class will be allowed. Students who acquire more than one absence from a class will have to make up any additional missed periods on a Saturday during the Summer session.
Tardiness: Students are to be in their seats when the second bell rings at 8:30am. Students tardy to one or more class will be assigned a consequence.
Disciplinary Expectations and Procedures: The standard classroom policies as stated in the SJDCHS handbook, including the Zero-Tolerance Drug policy, General Behavior policies, the Food, Drink and Gum policy, and the school’s normal Disciplinary Procedures are in effect.
Closed Campus: NO STUDENT IS ALLOWED OFF CAMPUS. Serious disciplinary consequences, including immediate dismissal from the summer school program, may be incurred if a student is caught off campus. As usual, all visitors must sign in at the school office as soon as they arrive on campus.
Dress Code: Appropriate dress for summer includes the following: boys may wear short-sleeved shirts or polos. Boys can wear nice jeans or shorts. No athletic shorts will be allowed. Girls may wear short-sleeved shirts. Mid-calf capris are acceptable. Girls may not wear shorts or skirts that fall above the knee. Tank tops, spaghetti straps or shirts or pants with rips/holes and any item with offensive slogans are prohibited. Any variation from this dress code will results in students being sent home for the day.
Lunch: 12:00pm to 12:30pm. Students must stay on campus during Lunch. No lunch services will be provided; students must bring their own lunches. Lunch will be eaten in Room 1A or at the picnic tables only. Parents who wish to bring lunch for their students must bring it to the front office. Students will not be able to go outside to get their lunches.