GUIDE TO HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAMS 2015

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1 Department of Teaching and Learning GUIDE TO HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAMS 2015 Mission Statement The Virginia Beach City Public Schools, in partnership with the entire community, will empower every student to become a life long learner who is a responsible, productive, and engaged citizen within the global community. GENERAL INFORMATION This guide provides students and parents/guardians with specific information about the programs that are available in summer school. Students and parents/guardians should review this publication and consult with guidance counselors and/or teachers to determine which programs may be appropriate. When selecting a program, it is important to remember that all courses offered in the Virginia Beach City Public Schools are available on a non discriminatory basis. Students and parents/guardians should note that all programs are dependent on sufficient enrollment and the availability of qualified and appropriately endorsed instructional staff. Also, enrollment in some courses may be limited due to the availability of equipment and space at a particular school. If a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, students may be allowed to enroll in the course at another site. Transportation outside the cluster will not be provided. Note: Unless otherwise noted, all courses are restricted to students in grades 9 12 only. Rising 9 th grade students may also attend high school summer programs. ATTENDANCE AND CONDUCT Attendance during summer school will be monitored in accordance with School Board Policy Teachers will maintain an accurate record of attendance/absences by class session. Students are expected to be in attendance at each class session each day. A student will not be granted credit or considered for promotion to the next grade level if absences are excessive. Because summer courses are condensed, excessive absences are defined as missing more than four (4) class sessions within a given session. Each day in summer school consists of two (2) class sessions. A parent/guardian may request a waiver of the summer school attendance policy by submitting the standard waiver request form to the summer school principal at the end of each summer school session. Appeals should be forwarded to the Office of Student Leadership. The Code of Student Conduct outlines the expectations for student behavior. Students will be subject to suspension or dismissal from classes by the summer school principal if they violate policies with regard to student conduct or if their behavior is disruptive and/or interferes with classroom instruction. If a student is dismissed due to behavior, he or she is not eligible for a refund of summer school tuition. Adherence to the

2 School Board code of dress shall be maintained: All students are expected to wear dress appropriate to the occasion; extreme or ostentatious apparel or appearance is to be avoided. Any article of clothing or accessory which advertises alcohol or an illegal substance, depicts lewd graphics, displays offensive or obscene language, or is gang related is forbidden (SB Regulation 5 41.A). Adherence to the School Board code regarding possession/use of portable communications devices should be maintained: Elementary, middle and high school students may use portable communications devices for instructional purposes as defined and supervised by the classroom teacher or administrator. To avoid disruption of the instructional process, students shall not display, use, or activate portable communications devices during the instructional day unless specifically given permission by a teacher or school administrator. For the purpose of School Board Regulation , the instructional day is defined as the moment a student enters the school building to the final dismissal bell. The instructional day includes, but is not limited to, study halls, lunch breaks, class changes and any other structured or non structured instructional activity that occurs during the normal school day. Students are responsible for ensuring that their devices are turned off and out of sight during the instructional day when not in use as directed by a teacher or administrator. TRANSFER OF CREDIT Summer school courses not taken in the Virginia Beach City Public Schools must meet the requirements of courses taken in Virginia Beach City Public Schools. It is the responsibility of the student to obtain prior written permission from the principal of the student's home school to determine acceptability of subjects taken or credits earned in summer school outside the Virginia Beach City Public Schools. REGISTRATION Students must register the evening of June 22, 2015, between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., or the morning of June 23, 2015, between 8:00 a.m. and noon, at the summer school cluster site that includes their current school (see chart on page 5). Registration for Extended School Year (ESY) services and English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs will be handled separately. Information about these programs and the registration procedures will be sent to each school. Only students whose parents/guardians are residents of Virginia Beach are eligible to attend summer school classes. Secondary student must provide student identification numbers at the time of registration. Student should bring schedules or report cards (from the third grading period) that show the preprinted student ID numbers. Students enrolling in repeat courses must provide proof of course failure from their guidance counselors at registration. Please refer to the program description for details. Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration. Students who have been removed from their home or enrolled schools as a result of disciplinary infractions are not allowed to attend summer school at that site. However, these students are allowed to attend summer school at another site. TRAEP students will be required to provide a letter from the principal at TRAEP, recommending summer school attendance. These students will not be permitted enrollment without the written recommendation of the principal at TRAEP. ONLINE COURSES Only students whose parents/guardians are residents of Virginia Beach are eligible to register for online summer school courses. Information about the online program will be available through the Virtual Virginia Beach e Learning website (http://www.vbschools.com/distance/index.asp) as of April 1, On or about noon on May 4, 2015, students may begin to register and pay online for online summer school courses using the link provided on the website. Students enrolled in online versions of courses that require an End of Course SOL test are expected to take that test in person at the Renaissance Academy on the scheduled testing date. 2

3 Registration and fees for online summer school courses are to be paid online. Both registration and payment must be completed before leaving the registration website. Otherwise, the student is not enrolled. Most families choose to pay the tuition for online classes using a credit card at the online registration and payment site. Those unable to pay by credit card only may make a payment with cash, check, or money order at the Instructional Resource Center at Plaza Annex (641 Carriage Hill Road, Virginia Beach, A 23452, Room 28) DURING REGULAR BUSINESS hours (8:00 AM 3:30 PM). Students are not officially registered until payment has been received. Eligible non VBCPS enrollees must bring proof of residency. Note: No course registrations or payments for online courses will be accepted at any summer school site either before or during regular summer school registration. TUITION The English as a Second Language Program (ESL), Extended School Year (ESY) services, SOL Fast Track Tutoring, and the Algebra Readiness Academy Program are provided at no cost while other summer programs that are offered have a tuition charge. Please check the program descriptions in this guide to determine whether fees are charged for particular programs. Tuition must be paid at the time of registration and includes the use of textbooks. All checks and money orders should be made payable to the Virginia Beach City Public Schools. Cash, check, credit card (VISA and/or MasterCard), and money order may be used to pay tuition. The wait time for registrants paying with a credit card will be longer than other payment methods. Outstanding non sufficient fund checks for summer school tuition must be paid before the student may attend summer school. Reduced tuition is not available for enrichment programs. REDUCED TUITION FOR ELIGIBLE STUDENTS Students who have a completed free/reduced meal form on file and have been determined eligible for reduced price or free meals during the regular school year are eligible to receive reduced summer school tuition in all high school summer programs except enrichment programs. Parents or guardians who would like the school to determine their child s eligibility for free and reduced tuition must sign the release section of the summer school registration form. This will permit school officials to access the necessary information to award the tuition benefit. If a student qualifies for the benefit, the chart below lists the tuition rates. NOTE: Free/reduced meal applications must be filed at the student s home school by June 18, Tuition Level Session long course Year long course Level I (full cost meal) $200 $300 Level II (reduced cost meal) $100 $150 Level III (free meal) $40 $75 REFUNDS Requests for refunds must be made using the Summer School Tuition Refund Request Form and submitted to the summer school principal before the first day of class. Since teachers must be hired in advance, no refunds will be honored after the first day of class. 3

4 TRANSPORTATION Schools have been grouped together to form transportation clusters. Bus transportation will be available for many programs from neighborhood pickup points within the cluster to designated summer school sites. If transportation is provided for a particular program, it will be listed with the information in this guide describing the program. Summer school bus routes will be available on the Bus Schedule page on vbschools.com by June 14, If you would like to be notified when the bus schedule is posted on please subscribe to vbschools x tra at The summer school principals establish procedures for students interested in driving private cars to summer school centers. Limited parking passes are available for students who drive to school for a fee of $10. Transportation is provided only within the transportation clusters. Note: Transportation will not be provided to other summer school sites when a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Parents/guardians are responsible for providing transportation to alternate sites. 4

5 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL 2015 SITES/TRANSPORTATION CLUSTERS Students must attend classes at the summer school site located within their transportation cluster. Students who have been removed from their home or enrolled school as a result of disciplinary infractions are not allowed to attend summer school at that site. However, these students are allowed to attend summer school at another site. Parents/guardians/students are responsible for providing transportation to alternate sites. The first school listed in each line (in bold print) is the summer school site. Students will attend Monday through Thursday. Renaissance Academy will serve as the support site for all online classes. Students enrolled in online SOL courses are expected to take the associated SOL test in person at the Renaissance Academy on the scheduled testing date. TRAEP students will be required to provide a letter from the principal at TRAEP, recommending summer school attendance. Registration location may also contact the Office of Student Leadership to request verification. These students will not be permitted enrollment without the written recommendation of the principal at TRAEP and/or the verification from the Office of Student Leadership. Transportation will not be provided to other sites when a course is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. Parents/guardians/students are responsible for providing transportation to alternate sites. High school ESL students will be attending the summer school program at the appropriate middle school site (Princess Anne Middle School and Great Neck Middle School). HOST SITE CLUSTER SCHOOLS Renaissance Academy (Afternoon Session Site) Kempsville HS Salem HS Tallwood HS Bayside High School Cox HS First Colonial HS Princess Anne HS Kellam High School Green Run HS Landstown HS Ocean Lakes HS Renaissance Academy Princess Anne High School West Wing Division wide Day Treatment Secondary ESY Division SECEP ReEd (K 12) 5

6 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS The high school summer program provides credit courses to be taken in order for high school students to accelerate their program of study or to repeat courses not successfully completed during the regular school year. Students enrolling in a credit bearing course for the first time must complete a two session summer program equal to one year of instruction in the regular school year to receive full credit. Students repeating a course they have previously failed may earn credit by completing a one session summer course. If the repeat course needed is not offered in a one session format, students may elect to take the two session course offering. All Virtual Virginia Beach e Learning online courses are taught in the two session summer format. Students choosing to repeat a previously failed course online will complete the full two session summer program. All course offerings are dependent upon sufficient enrollment and the availability of suitably certified and endorsed instructors. All students currently attending Virginia Beach City Public Schools who are taking a summer school course which requires an End of Course (EOC) SOL test must take the SOL test scheduled during summer school, unless the student has already passed the test. Students must be enrolled for the school year before testing begins. All SOL tests except Writing require one day of testing. Students who will graduate after August 2016 or earlier and are taking the SOL EOC Writing test require four days of testing. Students who will graduate by August 2015 or earlier and are taking the SOL EOC Writing test require two days of testing. Note: Seniors who lack two credits to be eligible to graduate in August must attend Renaissance Academy where morning and afternoon sessions will be offered. Transportation will not be provided for students attending the afternoon session. Registration: Dates: Locations: Transportation: Exams: June 22, 2015, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. and June 23, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Monday, June 29 August 12, 2015 (Monday Thursday) Session 1: Monday, June 29 July 20, 2015 (Monday Thursday) Session 2: Wednesday, July 22 August 12, 2015, (Monday Thursday) Times: 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. morning classes 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. afternoon classes at Renaissance Academy Bayside High School, Renaissance Academy, Kellam High School Bus transportation will be provided to designated summer school sites from neighborhood pickup points within the cluster (except for afternoon sessions at Renaissance Academy Tuesday, July 21, 2015 Final exam (Session 1 courses) Thursday, August 13, 2015 Final exam (Session 2 and year courses) Exam day hours are 7:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. (early dismissal) 6

7 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER COURSE OFFERINGS COURSE OFFERINGS FOR FIRST TIME COURSE TAKERS All courses are one year (two sessions) in length with the exception of Algebra I Part 1, Algebra I Part 2, Geometry Part 1, and Geometry Part 2, which are one session courses. Course Title Credit Credits Course Type Number Term Dates Location English 9 New 1 LA1130 YR June 29 August 12 All sites English 10 New 1 LA1140 YR June 29 August 12 All sites English 11 New 1 LA1150 YR June 29 August 12 All sites English 12 New 1 LA1160 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Algebra I Part 1 New.5 MA3216 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Algebra I Part 2 New.5 MA3218 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Algebra II New 1 MA3135 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Algebra II/Trig New 1 MA3137 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Geometry Honors New 1 MA3225 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Geometry Part 1 New.5 MA3221 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Geometry Part 2 New.5 MA3223 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Algebra, Functions, and New 1 MA3134 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Data Analysis Financial Management New.5 BE6121 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Biology New 25 1 SC4310 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Chemistry New 1 SC4410 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Economics New.5 SO2801 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Earth Science New 1 SC4210 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Oceanography New 1 SC4250 YR June 29 August 12 TBD VA US Government New 1 SO2440 YR June 29 August 12 All sites VA US History New 1 SO2360 YR June 29 August 12 All sites World Geography New 1 SO2210 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Art Foundations New 1 AR9120 YR June 29 August 12 TBD Health and PE I New 1 PE7300 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Health and PE II New 1 PE7405 YR June 29 August 12 All sites Health and PE IV New 1 PE7610 YR June 29 August 12 TBD Online Astronomy New 1 SC0260 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Biology New 1 SCO310 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Earth Science New 1 SCO210 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Oceanography New 1 SCO250 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 9 New 1 LAO130 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 10 New 1 LAO140 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 11 New 1 LAO150 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 12 New 1 LAO160 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Geometry Honors New 1 MAO225 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Health and PE I New 1 PEO730 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Health and PE II New 1 PEO740 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online VA US Government New 1 SOO440 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online VA US History New 1 SOO360 YR June 29 August 12 Online 7

8 Note: Course offerings are planned subject to sufficient enrollment and acquisition of certified personnel. HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OFFERINGS FOR STUDENTS REPEATING A FAILED COURSE All courses, except online offerings, are one session in length. Students enrolling in repeat courses must bring proof of course failure from their guidance counselor to registration. Repeat courses that end with an SOL test have been scheduled to align with the SOL testing schedule. If the repeat course needed is not offered in a one session repeat format, students may opt to enroll in the full term, year long course. All course offerings are subject to sufficient enrollment and acquisition of certified personnel. Course Title Credit Type Credits Course Number Term Dates Location English 9 Repeat 1 SLA130 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites English 10 Repeat 1 SLA140 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites English 11 Repeat 1 SLA150 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites English 12 Repeat 1 SLA160 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Algebra I Part 1 Repeat.5 SMA216 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Algebra I Part 2 Repeat.5 SMA218 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Algebra II Repeat 1 SMA135 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Geometry Part 1 Repeat.5 SMA221 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Geometry Part 2 Repeat.5 SMA223 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Algebra, Functions, and Data Repeat 1 SMA134 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 Analysis Financial Management Repeat.5 BE6121 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Biology Repeat 1 SSC310 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Economics Repeat.5 SO2801 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites Earth Science Repeat 1 SSC210 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Oceanography Repeat 1 SSC250 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 TBD VA US Government Repeat 1 SSO440 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 All sites VA US History Repeat 1 SSO360 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 All sites Online Biology Repeat 1 SCO310 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Earth Science Repeat 1 SCO210 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Oceanography Repeat 1 SCO250 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 9 Repeat 1 LAO130 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 10 Repeat 1 LAO140 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 11 Repeat 1 LAO150 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online English 12 Repeat 1 LAO160 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Geometry Honors Repeat 1 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Health and PE I Repeat 1 MAO225 PEO730 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online Health and PE II Repeat 1 PEO740 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online VA US Government Repeat 1 SOO440 YR June 29 August 12 Online Online VA US History Repeat 1 SOO360 YR June 29 August 12 Online 8

9 AFTERNOON COURSE OFFERINGS AT RENAISSANCE ACADEMY Courses are held from 1:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. only at Renaissance Academy. Transportation is the responsibility of the parent/guardian and/or the student. Course Title Credit Type Credits Course Number Term Dates Location Algebra II New 1 MA3135 YR June 29 August 12 Renaissance Academy Health and PE IV New 1 PE7610 YR June 29 August 12 Renaissance Academy English 12 New 1 LA1160 YR June 29 August 12 Renaissance Academy English 12 Repeat 1 SLA160 Ses 2 July 22 August 12 Renaissance Academy VA US Government New 1 SO2440 YR June 29 August 12 Renaissance Academy VA US Government Repeat 1 SSO440 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 Renaissance Academy Oceanography Repeat 1 SSC250 Ses 1 June 29 July 20 Renaissance Academy SOL FAST TRACK TUTORING REMEDIAL PROGRAMS Registration for all subjects: June 22, 2015, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. and June 23, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon An optional summer tutoring program entitled SOL Fast Track Tutoring 2015 is provided to support students who must meet the Standards of Learning (SOL) verified credit diploma criteria to meet the graduation requirements. This voluntary program is available to students who have passed their classroom instruction and received Carnegie credit but have not earned verified credit due to failing the corresponding End of Course SOL test. Fast Track Tutoring consists of twenty five hours of small group instruction culminating in the retake of the applicable SOL test. Questions concerning this program should be directed to Donna Easter, summer school instructional specialist, or English Writing (FTLA02) Tutoring: Monday, June 29 Monday, July 6 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Testing: Tuesday, July 7 7:15 a.m. 9:45 a.m. English Reading (FTLA01) Tutoring: Wednesday, July 29 Wednesday, August 5 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Testing: Thursday, August 6 7:15 a.m. 9:45 a.m. Algebra I (FTMA30), Geometry (FTMA43), Algebra II (FTMA35) Tutoring: Tuesday, July 28 Tuesday, August 4 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Testing: Wednesday, August 5 7:15 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 9

10 SOL FAST TRACK TUTORING (continued) Earth Science (FTSC21), Biology (FTSC31), Chemistry (FTSC41) Tutoring: Monday, July 27 Monday, August 3 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Testing: Tuesday, August 4 7:15 a.m. 9:45 a.m. World Geography (FTSO10), World History I (FTSO33), World History II (FTSO40), Virginia and U.S. History (FTSO60) Tutoring: Thursday, July 23 Thursday, July 30 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Testing: Monday, August 3 7:15 a.m. 9:45 a.m. Locations: Bayside High School, Renaissance Academy, Kellam High School Tuition: No charge Transportation: Bus transportation will be provided to designated high school summer school sites from neighborhood pickup points within the cluster. SOL Fast Track Tutoring Classes may be adjusted based on enrollment. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) (LA1192) Registration: Deadline: Dates: Times: Locations: Tuition: Transportation: Students grades 9 12 are recommended and registered by the ESL teachers at the Technical and Career Education Center. Friday, May 1, 2015 (Late registrations will not be accepted.) Monday, June 29 August 12, 2015, Monday through Thursday; no school on Fridays. 9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Princess Anne Middle School and Great Neck Middle School No charge Bus transportation will be provided to the designated summer school site from neighborhood pickup points. The English as a Second Language (ESL) high school summer program is designed for students in grades 9 12 who are limited in English proficiency and performing at English proficiency levels 1.0 to 2.9. The program focuses on the four communicative domains of listening, speaking, reading, and writing the English language. Students are assigned to classes according to age and proficiency in English. Eligible English learners are recommended and registered in advance by the ESL teachers at the Technical and Career Education Center. Tuition is free, and transportation is provided. Questions regarding the ESL high school summer program should be directed to Renee Collier, Title III coordinator for English learning, or Note: English learners not attending ESL summer school are encouraged to register in the regular tuition based summer school program the evening of June 22, 2015, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., or the morning of June 23, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, at the appropriate summer school site. 10

11 DRIVER EDUCATION BEHIND THE WHEEL (BTW) Locations: Registration: Session 1 Dates: Session 2 Dates: Session 3 Dates: Times: Fee: Transportation: Records Day: Bayside High School, Renaissance Academy, Kellam High School June 22, 2015, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m., and June 23, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Monday, June 29 July 9, 2015 (No class on Friday) Monday, July 13 Thursday, July 23 (No class on Friday) Monday, July 27 Thursday, August 6 (No class on Friday) Class 1: 8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. Class 2: 9:40 a.m. 11:10 a.m. Class 3: 11:20 a.m. 12:50 p.m. $299 Cash, check, or money order made payable to Virginia Beach City Public Schools (Payments cannot be made by credit card.) Transportation is the responsibility of parent/guardian and/or student. August 10, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon (Teachers) Students must have satisfactorily completed the classroom theory phase of driver education. Students must have their DEC 1 card (green card) to register and have a valid learner s permit in their possession. Early Bird registration will be conducted by the BTW instructor at each individual high school starting on May 4, The pre registration form must be returned to the instructor on or before June 19, Bring the following items in order to complete Early Bird registration: green card, learner s permit, check, cash, or money order for $ It is important that you state the summer school site, date, and time you prefer. Also please provide a second and third choice. Regular registration will take place on June 22, 2015, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. or June 23, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at summer school sites only. Questions regarding this program should be directed to Ed Diehl, driver education teacher, or e mail Note: In addition to the age requirement of sixteen (16) years and three (3) months, a student must have all of the following in order to receive a temporary driver s license at the end of the course: good academic standing, possession of his/her learner s permit for nine (9) months, and a completed 45 hour driving log. The license will be held until all these conditions are met. DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSROOM THEORY (OT6000) Registration: Dates: Time: Locations: Fee: Transportation: Records Day: June 22, 2015, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m., and June 23, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Monday, June 29 July 13, 2015; Monday through Thursday; no school on Fridays. 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Bayside High School, Renaissance Academy, Kellam High School $109 nonrefundable fee paid by cash, check, credit card (VISA or Master Card) or money order made payable to Virginia Beach City Public Schools. Transportation is the responsibility of parent/guardian and/or student. July 14, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon (Teachers) Classroom Theory is designed for students who have failed the classroom portion of driver education as a 10 th grader; as well as students who have recently moved to the City of Virginia Beach; and/or home schooled students. Rising 10 th grade students are not eligible for this course. A minimum of ten students is required for this class. Questions regarding this program should be directed to Ed Diehl, driver education teacher, or e mail 11

12 PROGRAMS FOR RISING GRADE 9 STUDENTS ALGEBRA READINESS ACADEMY (MA3101) Registration: Dates: Times: Locations: Tuition: Transportation: June 22, 2015, 5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. and June 23, 2015, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon Monday, June 29 Monday, July 20, 2015, Monday through Thursday; no school on Fridays 7:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. Bayside High School, Renaissance Academy, Kellam High School No charge Bus transportation will be provided to designated summer school sites from neighborhood pickup points within the cluster. This class is for rising grade 9 students who will be taking Algebra I Part I and need to strengthen their pre algebra skills. This bridge program is designed to help students become confident in their ability to do mathematics, learn the value of mathematics, become problem solvers, communicate mathematically, and learn to reason using mathematics. It is recommended that any student who earned a grade of C or D as their final average for grade 8 math participate in the program. Students earn a grade of pass or fail for this course. Questions regarding this program should be directed to Tina Mazzacane, secondary mathematics coordinator, or ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER (ATC) SUMMER CAMP Registration: Forms with checks are to be received by the ATC prior to May 22, 2015, or before the camp is full (whichever comes first). Dates: August 10 14, 2015 Times: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Location: Advanced Technology Center Tuition: $125 payable by check at the time of registration to the Advanced Technology Center (ATC) Transportation: Transportation to and from the ATC is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. This summer camp is for rising 9 th grade students. Registration forms will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, and enrollment will be limited to 60 students. The registration form may be downloaded from Parents/guardians will be notified about the status of their child s enrollment by May 29, Parents/guardians are responsible for providing a bag lunch, snack, and drink for their child on each day of the camp. The camp is designed to provide students with hands on activities in the following areas: Computer Solutions, Ocean Engineering, 3 D Modeling, Robotics and Engineering, Architectural Design, Web Design, Cisco/Telecommunications, and more. Field trips will take place in addition to hands on activities. Questions regarding this program should be directed to the Advanced Technology Center at or e- mail 12

13 Aaron C. Spence, Ed.D., Superintendent Amy E. Cashwell, Ed.D., Chief Academic Officer Department of Teaching and Learning Veleka S. Gatling, Ph.D., Executive Director Office of Differentiated Academic Programs and Professional Learning Notice of Non Discrimination Policy Virginia Beach City Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. School Board policies and regulations (including, but not limited to, Polices 2 33, 4 4, 4 43, 5 7, 5 33, 5 44, 6 7, 7 11, 7 48, 7 49 and Regulations , , ) provide equal access to courses, programs, counseling services, physical education and athletic, vocational education, instructional materials, and extracurricular activities. To seek resolution of grievances resulting from alleged discrimination or to report violations of these policies, please contact the Title IX Coordinator/Director of Student Leadership at (757) , 1413 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia (for student complaints) or the Section 540/ADA Coordinator/ Chief Human Resources Officer at (757) , 2512 George Mason Drive, Municipal Center, Building 6, Virginia Beach, Virginia (for employees or other citizens). Concerns about the application of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act should be addressed to the Section 504 Coordinator/Director of Guidance Services and Student Records at (757) , 2512 George Mason Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia or the Section 504 Coordinator at the student s school. Alternative formats of this publication which may include taped, Braille, or large print materials are available upon request for individuals with disabilities. Call or write Donna Easter, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, 2512 George Mason Drive, P.O. Box 6038, Virginia Beach, VA Telephone (757) (voice); fax (757) ; (757) (TDD) or her at No part of this publication may be produced or shared in any form without giving specific credit to Virginia Beach City Public Schools. (3/5/2015)

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