1 IRVINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Summer 2015: Grades 9-12
2 I.U.S.D. Summer School Grades 9-12 Course Description Catalog Summer 2015 Co- Summer School Coordinator: Matt Pate Co- Summer School Coordinator: Bob King Superintendent: Terry Walker Board of Education Paul Bokota Lauren Brooks Ira Glasky Michael Parham Sharon Wallin
3 GEN1ERAL INFORMATION
4 Note from the Administration Dear Parents and Students: The Irvine Unified School District is excited to offer its annual Summer School program for grades 9-12 at Irvine High School and University High School from June 22 nd to July 31 st. Classes will be held Monday through Friday, with the exception of July 3 rd to honor the Independence Day holiday. Since we are running two sites this summer, students will only be allowed to request a course at one of the sites. If a class offered at both sites is cancelled at one, students and parents will be notified and given the opportunity to take the course at the other summer school site if space is available. The Irvine Unified School District Summer School program operates under a donation model. While some districts have opted to cut their summer programs due to budget restraints, the Irvine Unified School District is seeking to preserve this valuable opportunity by asking for donations from participating families. Below each course description in the catalog, you will find a suggested donation amount to help cover the cost of instructors, materials and facilities. The Summer School program presents an incredible opportunity for our students, whether they re pursuing remediation, enrichment or the chance to get ahead. As such, we re hoping our funding model is sufficient enough to run all of our course offerings and satisfy the needs of every family. Parents and students are encouraged to discuss summer school enrollment with their counselors, paying careful attention to the prerequisites listed in the 2015 Summer School Course Catalog. Only those students who meet the prerequisites will be allowed to enroll in the course offering, and all enrollment due dates, rules and deadlines are final. Registration materials will be available at each high school and online the week of March 30 th. Please know that a donation is not required to enroll, and families that choose to contribute may do so at any amount. Our goal is to offer each of these courses, and your donation will help support this goal. Insufficient enrollment and/ or insufficient funding could result in course cancellations. During the summer of 2014 multiple courses were cancelled due to insufficient funding. Families that contributed to these cancelled courses had their donations and registration forms shredded the week following registration. These courses, as well as a variety of others, will be offered again with the hopes of sufficient donations to fund the program in its entirety. If you have any questions about course offerings or your student s academic plan please contact your student s counselor. If you have questions about Summer School details, registration, donations or logistics please Thank you. Matt Pate Co-Summer School Coordinator Principal, IUSD Summer School at University High School Bob King Co-Summer School Coordinator Principal, IUSD Summer School at Irvine High School
5 Registration Locations, Dates, and Materials Registration for the 2015 IUSD Summer School session will take place at each of the high school sites and at the district office. Dates and times are listed below. Current 9 th -12 th grade students can register for Summer School at Irvine High School or Summer School at University High School at any of the registration sites (Creekside HS, Irvine HS, Woodbridge HS, Northwood HS, University HS, or the district office) but it is recommended that students register for summer school at their own site. Middle School students can enroll in summer school at IHS or UHS at any of the registration sites listed below. Registration documents will be available the week of March 30 th at your school site and on your school s website. Location Mon, April 13 Tues, April 14 Wed, April 15 Thur, April 16 Fri, April 17 Sat, April 18 Tues, April 21 Thur, April 23 Fri, April 24 Sat, April 25 Fri, May 1 Mon, May 4 Tues, May 5 Wed, May 6 Northwood HS Main Office 2-4 PM 2-4 PM 2-4 PM Irvine HS Student Center 4-6 PM 4-6 PM 10AM- 12PM University HS MPR 3:30-5:30 PM 3:30-5:30 PM 9AM- 12PM Woodbridge HS Counseling Center 3:15-5:45 PM 3:15-5:45 PM 3:15-5:45 PM District Office 11AM -6PM 3-5 PM 3-5 PM 3-5 PM Woodbridge High School: Registration materials available in the Counseling Office before school, and during snack, tutorial and lunch. Irvine High School: Registration materials available in the Counseling Office upstairs, before school, and during break, lunch or after school. University High School: Registration materials available in the Main Office or Counseling office. Northwood High School: Registration materials available in the Student Services Office, located in the main administration office. Creekside High School: Registration materials available in the Creekside Admin. Building before & after school and during snack. San Joaquin High School: Registration materials available in the San Joaquin Office OR the Creekside Administration Building *Questions on registration materials should be directed to your student s counselor.
6 How to Register 1. Obtain a registration form and course request form from either your student s current site or online. Complete a separate registration form for each student and a Student Course Request form for each class you are requesting. This means if you are requesting to take Creative Writing and Health this summer, for example, you will need to fill out two Course Request Forms, one for Creative Writing and one for Health. 2. If necessary, obtain the appropriate signature(s) on the Course Request form necessary for enrollment. 3. No cash will be accepted. If you wish to make a donation by check, staple your check, made payable to IUSD, to the registration form. Use one check per class, per child and note the class name and class section number (class section # is found both in the course catalog and on the registration form) and your child s first and last name in the memo section of the check. [Example Below] Sample Donation Check IUSD 4. Bring your completed registration and course request forms to the registration site of your choice during the designated registration hours. No forms will be accepted before or after posted registration dates and hours. *Questions on the registration process should be directed to Class Cancellation In the event that a class is cancelled students will be notified the week of May 11th. This notification will come via . Please make sure your contact information is correct prior to registering for summer school. Refunds will only be given until June 5 th. I f a donation was made to the 2015 Summer School program the check will be shredded and your money order or charge will not be processed. All checks will be processed as of June 5 th, Requests to drop a course after June 5 th will be honored, but no refunds will be made after this date. No refunds will be made after June 5 th, 2015.
7 Families may confirm student summer enrollment via Parent Portal beginning June 1 st. Please use the steps below. 1. Log into the portal at myiusd.org. 2. Once you have successfully logged in you will see the home page for your student(s). You will now need to go to the drop-down menu in the upper right corner titled Current Student. This will allow you to select the school your child is attending. By selecting summer school you will change the information from their current school data to the summer school data. 3. Once you have accessed the summer school info, click on Student Info and Classes and you will be able to see the information shown below. 4. Be sure that View Current Term is unchecked. KE Y: Pd = Period: 1-2 = class starts at 7:30am-9:45am. Period: 3-4 = class starts at 10:00 am-12:15pm. 6 = Online Hybrid Trm - Term: Y = class runs 6 weeks. F = class runs weeks 1-3. S = class runs weeks 4-6. Crse Title: Name of course. Room: Room at Irvine High School or University High School. See maps on following pages. * Questions on accessing your student s Parent Portal account should be directed to
8 Irvine High School Map
9 University High School Map
10 Dropping/Changing of Classes You may find that your student no longer needs to take a Summer School course or needs to take a different course. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure they are dropped from the class or changed correctly. If you are dropping or changing a class during the registration period (4/13-5/6) you must your request to if your student is attending summer school at Irvine High School or if your student is attending summer school at University High School. If you are dropping a class after the registration period, you must your request to Refunds will only be given until June 5 th. Requests to drop a course after June 5 th will result in the class being removed from the schedule but the donation check or charge will be processed. If you are changing a class after registration you must your request to There is no guarantee changes can be made at this point. We do not change schedules to accommodate teacher preferences, carpool situations or choice of classmates. If you are dropping a class during the Summer School session you must do so at the front desk of the summer school you are attending, IHS or UHS. This must be accomplished by the end of the 5th week (7/24) for one session classes, or by the end of the second week for two session classes (7/2 or 7/24), or you will receive a grade and credit for the class. Since IUSD Summer School is being offered at two sites, you may only request courses on one of the two campuses. If a course is cancelled at one of the sites, you will be notified and given the opportunity to take the course at the other school site if possible. *Questions on dropping or changing a class should be directed to Grades and Credits/Grade Replacement/Repeating of Course All one session, six week courses are 5 credits. If the course repeated originally earned a D or F grade, and earns a repeated grade of C or better, the repeated grade is used in calculating the GPA. If a student repeats a course in which there was a C or better, the original and repeated grades are averaged for GPA calculation. Students enrolled in six week A/B courses will receive 10 credits but are required to participate in both the first and second session. Upon completion they will be eligible to enroll in the next course in the curriculum sequence (i.e. successful completion of Algebra A/B will make the student eligible for Geometry the following year). Text Books Text books will be distributed the first day of class by the instructor. Students are responsible for returning their text books to their instructor in a useable condition. Students who return text books that are damaged, or fail to return a text book, will be required to purchase a replacement. Students who choose to drop the class prior to the last day of class are responsible for returning the book back to the instructor.
11 SCHOOL2RULES AND PROCEDURES
12 Attendance Policy Absences: Students are expected to commit to the full term of Summer School. Students are allowed no more than three absences; upon the fourth absence, grade and credit cannot be earned and the students will be dropped. If a student arrives more than 30 minutes late to class this too will count as an absence. Tardies: Three tardies to a class are equivalent to one absence. Upon the 10 th tardy, grade and credit cannot be earned and the student will be dropped. Tardy marks will be combined with absences to determine if a student is dropped from the course (ex. 3 tardy marks and 3 absences will result in the student being dropped). THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY Cell Phone Policy Students may not use their cell phones between the start and finish of class. All cell phones must be turned off and kept in backpacks. They must not be visible. Using a cell phone as a clock or saying that it fell out of a pocket is not an excuse to have a cell phone out. If a student is using a cell phone (ANY OF ITS FUNCTIONS) for any reason during the restricted time, the following consequences will be imposed: Violation #1 Phone will be confiscated from the student and returned to student at the end of the class period. Administrator will contact parent. Violation #2 Parent conference. Student dropped from Summer School course(s). IRVINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST, STOLEN OR BROKEN CELL PHONES AND WILL NOT PAY FOR PHONES THAT ARE LOST, STOLEN OR MISPLACED BY STAFF MEMBERS AFTER CONFISCA- TION (Board Policy ). Academic Honesty Policy Academic honesty in the classroom means that all students do their own work on assignments, homework, and examinations. The work completed by students is used to determine the grades given in courses. Unauthorized assistance from other students or student aides also is considered a violation of the Academic Honesty Policy. It shall be the judgment and responsibility of teachers to determine whether an academic dishonesty violation has occurred. Students in violation of the policy will be immediately dropped from the summer school class. EXAMPLES OF VIOLATIONS INCLUDE (but are not -limited to): 1. A student looks on another student s paper or talks during an examination. 2. A student helps another student cheat on an examination, assignment or project. 3. A student uses unauthorized materials (notes, calculators, etc.) during an examination or on a paper/project. 4. A student furnishes either the contents of an examination or an actual exam from an earlier class period to students taking the exam later. 5. A student copies another student s homework. 6. A student turns in another person s work as his/her own. 7. A student conspires to cheat or help other students to cheat on an examination, assignment or project. 8. A student uses another student s computer desk/data disk. 9. A student cheats on an examination by preconceived acts, such as stealing an examination. 10. A student makes changes on graded work, a grade sheet or any school record.
13 Student Code of Conduct BEHAVIOR: CONSEQUENCES MAY INCLUDE: 1. Students will attend all their classes (E.C ). Students are allowed 3 absences. The 4th absence will result in the student being dropped from the course. 2. Students will arrive to class on time. 3 Tardies equals 1 absence 6 Tardies equals 2 absences 9 Tardies equals 3 absences Tardy 10 (or combination of tardies and absences): Dropped from course 3. Students will not plagiarize or engage in any behavior that might violate the Academic Honesty Policy. Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, potential removal from Summer School course(s). 4. Students will not use or possess tobacco (including cigarettes and chewing tobacco) at school or at school sponsored events, such as athletic contests, dances, performing arts functions, etc. (E.C.48900(h)) (B.P.) ). Parent contact, mandatory attendance to IUSD tobacco cessation program, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). 5. Students will not consume, possess, or be under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or placebos at school sponsored events, such as athletic contests, dances, performing arts functions, etc. (E.C (c)) (RP ). Parent contact, mandatory attendance to IUSD drug and alcohol cessation program, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). 6. Students will not furnish or sell drugs, controlled substances or placebos at school or at school events (E. C (c)), (B.P ). Parent contact, mandatory attendance to IUSD drug and alcohol cessation program, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). Case reviewed for potential expulsion. 7. Students will not fight (E.C (A)). Parent contact, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). Case reviewed for potential expulsion. 8. Weapons or facsimile/replica weapons are prohibited (E.C , (PC 12021). Parent contact, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). Case reviewed for potential expulsion. 9. Students are strictly prohibited from using all electronic signaling and recording devices during the school day. (Refer to BP # for exceptions). Violation #1: Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral Violation #2: Student dropped from Summer School course(s). 10. Students will adhere to IUSD Technology Resources Acceptable Use Agreement and WHS Internet Use Policy. Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, Potential removal from Summer School course(s). 11. Electronic listening devices and electronic games may not be used during classes without teacher permission. Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, Potential removal from Summer School course(s). 12. Students will respect school and private property, refrain from theft of any kind, including the theft of food from the food court (E.C (f, I) (P. C. 549). Parent contact, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). Case reviewed for potential expulsion.
14 Student Code of Conduct BEHAVIOR: 13. Students and staff will be treated with respect (E.C (i)). CONSEQUENCES MAY INCLUDE: Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, potential removal from Summer School course(s). 14. Clothing that promotes alcohol, cigarettes, illegal substances, or displays profanity, derogatory racial or ethnic or sexually degrading images or remarks or violates the IUSD Dress and Personal Appearance Policy may not be worn. Students will wear shoes at all times. Examples of inappropriate dress: chains, bandanas, scarves, hairnets or gang related attire, oversized pants or shorts, clothing considered undergarments, clothing exposing undergarments, clothing exposing midriff, upper torso, chest or upper back, or swimwear (CAC. Title 5 Sec. 302 Reg. 77)(B.P ). Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, potential removal from Summer School course(s). 15. Physical hazing, bullying, hate violence and other incidences of mob violence are prohibited (E. E a), (RP ), (E.C ). Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). 16. Students will refrain from harassment, intimidation, or insults whether student-to-student or student-to-adult, including those based on the basis of an individual s sex. Included are verbal, visual and physical harassment (B.P ). Parent contact, Irvine Police Department (IPD) contact, student dropped from Summer School course(s). Case reviewed for potential expulsion. 17. Students will refrain from willful defiance of authority or disruption of school activities. Warning, Parent Contact, Administrative Referral, potential removal from Summer School course(s).
15 Parking on Campus Students will be responsible for their own transportation to and from Summer School. Students who wish to drive themselves must park in the correct location. The Irvine Police Department routinely checks the local parking lots for appropriate usage. Students who fail to park in the appropriate location will be subject to local ticketing and fines. Students attending summer school at Irvine High School should park in unmarked student stalls in the front or back of the school. Students are not allowed to park in marked/numbered faculty/staff stalls or the Aquatic Center parking area. Students attending summer school at University High School should park in unmarked stalls in the front of the school. Students are not allowed to park in stalls marked as Staff Space, Admin, or Visitor. Student Parking
16 MATH3EMATICS DEPARTMENT
17 Mathematics 102/300 ALGEBRA 1 B Remediation Only: D or F mark in Algebra 1B. Algebra is a CP/UC/CSU approved course required for high school graduation. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is the study of real numbers, equation solving, polynomials and fractional expressions. This course is based on the objectives outlined in the California Common Core Standards for Algebra 1. Completion of this course with a C grade or better enables students to enter Geometry. 105/301 GEOMETRY B Remediation Only: C or higher in Geometry A. D or F mark in Geometry B. Algebra is a CP/UC/CSU approved course. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is only for students who have taken Geometry and have not been successful in the second semester. This course is the study of theorems, proofs, solids and applications. Completion enables students to enter either Intermediate Algebra or Algebra 2, depending upon grade and teacher recommendation. 104 GEOMETRY A/B (Full Year) Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Student received an A mark in both semesters of Algebra 1. Requires signature from Algebra teacher or counselor. Geometry is a CP/UC/CSU approved course. Student must be enrolled in both A & B session. Availability: This course is available to students from WHS, UHS, CHS & IHS. Suggested Donation: $550 This course is very challenging course for advancement and is only recommended for students with a strong mathematics background. Completion enables students to enter either Intermediate Algebra or Algebra 2 (not Honors), depending upon grade and teacher recommendation. This is a two-period class and covers the full course year. Students will only receive one grade at the end of the course. The deadline to drop: End of week ALGEBRA 2 B Remediation Only: D or F mark in Algebra 2B. C or higher in Algebra 2A (IHS). Algebra 2 is a CP/UC/CSU approved course. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is only for students who have taken Algebra 2 and have not been successful in the second semester. This course is a study of families of functions. This course is based on the objectives outlined in the California Common Core Standards for Algebra 2 and Probability and Statistics. The course focuses on representing functions in multiple ways: verbally, equations, tables, and graphs. Students will study linear functions, systems of equations, polynomial functions, radical functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, rational functions, conic sections, sequences and series, and probability and statistics. 107/302 CAHSEE MATH Length/Credit: 1 session credits Remediation Only: This course is intended for 12th grade students who have not yet passed the Math portion of the CAHSEE. This course is offered ONLY at the Irvine HS campus. Availability: This course is available to only those students who receive a counselor recommendation. Signature required on registration form. This course is to help prepare students for the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). Students will learn examination strategies and receive mathematics remediation. Upon completion of the course students will take the CAHSEE exam.
18 Mathematics 100 ALGEBRA 1 A/B (Full year) Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Remediation Only: D/F mark in Algebra 1 Algebra is a CP/UC/CSU approved course required for high school graduation. Availability: This course is only available to Irvine High School & CHS students. Suggested Donation: $550 This course is the study of real numbers, equation solving, polynomials and fractional expressions. This course is based on the objectives outlined in the California Common Core Standards for Algebra 1. Completion of this course with a C grade or better enables students to enter Geometry. This is a twoperiod class and covers the full course year (not the first year of a two year course). Students will only receive one grade at the end of the course. The deadline to drop: End of week GEOMETRY A/B (Full Year) Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Remediation Only: D/F mark in Geometry A/B Geometry is a CP/UC/CSU approved course. Student must be enrolled in both A and B session. Availability: This course is only available to Irvine High School & CHS students. Suggested Donation: $550 This course is the study of theorems, proofs, solids and applications. Completion enables students to enter either Intermediate Algebra or Algebra 2 (not Honors), depending upon grade and teacher recommendation. This is a two-period class and covers the full course year. Students will only receive one grade at the end of the course. The deadline to drop: End of week 2
19 EN4GLISH DEPARTMENT
20 English 111/103 ENGLISH 1 C Availability: Remediation Only: D or F mark in either semester of 9th grade English course. Course will replace A or B semester for any of the IUSD college prep 9th grade English course offerings. This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is designed for students who received a D or F mark in one of the semesters during their college preparatory 9 th grade English course. Upon successful completion, this course will replace one semester of English grade earned during the 9th grade year. 112/304 ENGLISH 2 C Remediation Only: D or F mark in either semester of 10th grade English course. Course will replace A or B semester for any of the IUSD college prep 10th grade English course offerings. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is designed for students who received a D or F mark in one of the semesters during their college preparatory 10 th grade English course. Upon successful completion this course will replace one semester of English grade earned during the 10th grade year. 103/305 WRITING WORKSHOP Grades This a non-college prep course that receives English elective credit. This course is available to any student 5 or more credits deficient in English. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course is designed for those students in need of additional writing support and opportunities. Completion of this course will give the student 5 English credits towards graduation. 114/306 CREATIVE WRITING Remediation Only: Grades This course is a college prep English course that receives high school English credit. This course also satisfies one semester of the g requirement for admission into a UC/CSU school. This course cannot be used to replace another English grade. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. This course develops student knowledge of various writing genres and accompanying literary terminology and provides guided writing practice in a range of literary styles including the composition of poetry, fiction, and creative essays. This course provides unique exercises and methods for any student seeking to develop more advanced and imaginative writing skills. 115/307 COLLEGE PREP COMPOSITION Must have completed a Grade 9 college prep English course or higher. This course is a college prep English course that satisfies the b requirement for admission into a UC/CSU school. This course is Only offered at the University HS campus. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. Suggested Donation: $275 This course is an analytical / expository course with creative writing opportunities for those students who need development of college preparatory writing skills. 116/308 CAHSEE ELA Length/Credit: 1 session credits Remediation Only: This course is intended for 12th grade students who have not yet passed the ELA portion of the CAHSEE. This course is Only offered at the Irvine HS campus. Availability: This course is available to only those students who receive a counselor recommendation. Signature required on registration form. This course is to help prepare students for the CAHSEE. Upon completion of the course students will take the CAHSEE exam.
21 English 108 ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Remediation Only: D or F in English Composition or Literature. This course is a college prep English course that satisfies the b requirement for admission into a UC/CSU school. This course is Only offered at the Irvine HS campus. Availability: This course is only available to students from CHS & IHS. This course is designed for students who received a D or F mark in English Composition and Literature. Upon successful completion this course will replace the grade previously earned in the course. 109 ENGLISH COMPOSITION AND LITERATURE (ELL) Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Availability: Suggested $ Student must have successfully passed ELD This course is a college prep English course that satisfies the b requirement for admission into a UC/CSU school. This course is Only offered at the Irvine HS campus. This course is available to students from WHS, IHS, NHS, CHS and SJ. Enrollment in the sheltered course requires approval from the school s ELD coordinator and a signature on the registration form. Donation: This course is designed for ELD students who have successfully passed ELD 3 and need 10 credits of CP/ UC/CSU English for advancement towards graduation or the fulfillment of college prerequisite requirements. 110 WORLD LITERATURE Length/Credit: 2 sessions credits Remediation Only: D or F in World Literature. This course is a college prep English course that satisfies the b requirement for admission into a UC/CSU school. This course is Only offered at the Irvine HS campus. Availability: This course is only available to students from CHS & IHS. This course is designed to be a comprehensive review of basic skills along with emphasis in analysis of literature and writing. Speaking and listening skills will be emphasized along with vocabulary and language usage. Interpret cultural attitudes and customs other than one s own through a reading of literature. Students will respond to information explicitly stated in the text (literal), respond with ideas or opinions based on material read but not explicitly stated in the text (interpretive), investigate, evaluate and integrate the information and ideas with one s own experience and apply it in a new context (critical), analyze and evaluate short stories, poems, novels, drama and essays as a reflective of life, values, and ideas of ours and other cultures. 138/324 ELD Skill Building Newcomer or Completion of ELD 1 or ELD 2. Availability: This course is available to all high schools in IUSD. Enrollment in this course requires approval from the school s ELD Coordinator and a signature on the registration form. This is a bridge class for students who are learning English as a second language. Students will strengthen academic literacy skills and conceptual knowledge required to meet the challenges in the content areas as identified in Common Core State Standards. Targeted instruction facilitates the acceleration of language development skills needed for successful participation an English only mainstream classroom at the high school level. A recommendation from the student s ELD Coordinator is required.
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