Alta Sierra Intermediate School will be the summer school site for students that regularly attend Buchanan, Clovis North and Clovis West. Your child's counselor will register him/her for summer school. The summer school staff will contact students by June 8 with details about classroom/meeting locations.
English 9-12, Math 1-3, Biology, Chemistry & PE Core
Dates: Monday-Thursday, June 18-July 26 (No school on Fridays and no school on Wednesday, July 4)
Times: 8:30 a.m. to 2:35 p.m.
Students taking 10 credits will attend from June 18 to July 26
Students taking 1st semester only will attend from June 18 to July 5
Students taking 2nd semester only will attend from July 9 to July 26
Students missing two (2) days of school or the equivalent of 12 school hours (tardy or partial-day attendance) will be dropped from Summer School (3 tardies = 1 day absence)
Dates: Tuesday or Wednesday, June 12 to July 25 (no school on Wednesday, July 4)
Times: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (by appointment only)
Teachers will make contact with family/student to provide additional information about the class and appointment times. Students meet with their teacher during their scheduled time (to turn in Independent Study packets and to take tests, etc.) once per week for approximately one hour.
Students may miss only one appointment no matter what the reason or emergency. Student will be dropped on the second absence.
Students must have an impacted schedule (AVID, drama, band, leadership, etc.) the following year AND a 3.0 semester grade-point average in order to to be eligible for summer school. NOTE ABOUT SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASSES: Students are allowed to take only ONE summer social science course for original credit during their four years of high school. For example, if a student took World History for original credit last summer, he/she WILL NOT be able to take US History for original credit this summer. This rule does not apply to students that need to retake a social science class for credit recovery (see Credit Recover Eligibility requirements below).
Students must be enrolled at a Clovis Unified school, must need to repeat a course (due to a "D" or "F" grade), and/or be deficient in credits/required courses for graduation in order to be eligible for summer school.
Bus transportation will be available at selected school sites. A bus schedule will be available later this spring.