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1 High School Summer Programs 2016

2 General Information Summer programs will be held at: Blue Valley Southwest High School Quivira Road Overland Park, KS Registration Information: Registration for summer programs begins on March 7, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. Registration for traditional classroom courses will close on April 1, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. For additional information about these courses please contact Registration for virtual/online courses will close on April 1, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. Registrations may be taken after this date only as space is available. For additional information about these courses please contact Registration for virtual/online credit recovery courses will close on June 2, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. For additional information about these courses please contact Miscellaneous Information: Summer programs are financially supported through student tuition. Registration is not complete until payment is received; students with outstanding fees may be removed from class rosters beginning on May 2, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. All courses are contingent on the minimum enrollment and availability of staffing. Students enrolled in a traditional classroom course will be dropped from the roster after two (2) missed classes. Any refunds or registration changes after the registration deadline will result in a $ administrative fee. Students enrolled in a virtual course, who drop a summer school course after 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 13, 2016, will not receive a fee reimbursement. For additional information about this process please contact Transportation is not provided. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

3 High School Classes - Traditional Design Fundamentals Course #: AR0100OS Prerequisite: None Dates: 6/6/16 6/28/16 Room: TBD Times: M-Th 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Design Fundamentals serves as a general introduction to all aspects of the visual arts, giving students exposure to a variety of studio disciplines, theory of aesthetics, art history and art criticism. Students enrolled in credit courses must maintain regular attendance. Students who know they will miss more than two days of class for camps, vacations, etc. should not enroll Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

4 High School Classes Online/Virtual All online courses are available through Blackboard. Students may access the virtual courses from any location with internet access. Electronic communication with the instructor and classmates is a key component to online courses. Students will participate in online discussions and communicate with the instructor through Blackboard and the Blue Valley student system. Most resources (i.e., textbooks and handouts) are provided in an electronic format and are available in Blackboard. If a student requires an actual textbook, he/she can check out the book from District Office. *Textbooks are limited in availability; students are strongly encouraged to utilize the webbased materials. Online students are required to complete assignments in a variety of formats. The student will be required to complete all online assignments within the summer school session (June 6, 2016 through July 29, 2016). The virtual courses are designed to allow students to work at their own pace. Each course contains suggested pacing guidelines to help keep students on track for completion. Each virtual student is required to attend During the orientation session, students will receive instructions, materials and other relevant information. Orientations will be held at Blue Valley Southwest (17600 Quivira Rd, Overland Park, KS 66062). Summer semester is a compacted semester (8 weeks) and contains the same curriculum and requirements as the fall and spring semesters. Students are required to complete assignments each week. Any student who will not have access to a computer/internet for more than 2-3 days during the summer semester is encouraged not to enroll in a virtual education course. Each student is required to attend a proctored final The final exam dates, times and rooms will be announced during the course orientation. Final exams will be held at Blue Valley Southwest (17600 Quivira Rd, Overland Park, KS 66062). No refunds will be given to students who drop the course AFTER 5:00 p.m. on June 13, For information about the virtual/online courses please call Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

5 High School Classes Virtual/Online American Government Course #: SS1208OS Grade: 12 * This course fulfills the graduation requirement. Students study citizenship and the working of our system of government. Emphasis is placed on rights, responsibilities, and privileges of citizenship, the development of the U.S. Constitution, the operation of the government, contemporary politics, and current affairs. Business Essentials Course #: BC0234OS Grade: 9, 10 This course gives a broad background and contemporary view of business topics and careers. The student explores business economic concepts and the interrelationship of finance, accounting, management, and marketing. Computer Applications Course #: BC0270OS *This course fulfills 1/2 of the computer technology graduation requirement. This course offers students a thorough knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, , web integration, database and presentations and is recommended for the student with proficient keyboarding skills using the touch method. Students use the above applications to produce personal and business related communications. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

6 Emerging Technologies Course #: BC0456OS *This course fulfills 1/2 of the computer technology graduation requirement. This project-based course will focus on the use of emerging technologies as tools for learning. This is a dynamic course with content that is updated frequently to reflect new technologies that students will be expected to use within the full range of classes taken during their high school program of study. Therefore this class is recommended for 9th and 10 th graders. Students will employ college readiness skills and technology literacies and apply these skill sets in assignments for other courses. Students will also be introduced to the tools, processes, and self-management skills required for online classes. Health & Wellness Course #: HE0098OS This course is designed to meet the general informational and educational needs of students in the areas of health issues and wellness. Students will gain practical information to support healthy, life-long decision-making. Subject matter includes nutrition, prevention and control of disease, injury prevention and safety, personal health and wellness, mental and emotional health, substance abuse, abuse and misuse, family life and sexuality, consumer and community health. Psychology Course #: SS1220A Grade: 10, 11, 12 Psychology introduces students to the systematic and scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Students will develop the critical thinking, research, and analytical skills necessary to examine and evaluate psychological principles and phenomena associated with each of the major approaches/perspectives within the field. Emphasis will be placed on psychologists reliance of scientific inquiry, including research methods and ethical considerations, in their science and practice. Units of study include, but are not limited to: History and Approaches; Research Methods; Biological Bases of Behavior; States of Consciousness; Sensation and Perception; Developmental Psychology; and Abnormal Psychology. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

7 Modern World History Personal Finance Physical Education Course #: SS1300AS Grade: 10, 11, 12 Course #: BC0204OS Course #: PE1000OS (1st Semester) Course #: PE1001OS (2nd Semester) *This course meets 1/2 the graduation requirement. Students study modern western civilizations, primarily European, dating from the Renaissance to the present. Emphasis is placed on the use of important concepts from political science, economics, geography and sociology. Students demonstrate knowledge of the development of the modern western world and apply their knowledge to understand current world affairs. This course is designed to cover the important skills in personal finance that every person should have before leaving high school. Course content includes basic business decisions such as getting and keeping a job, employee pay and benefits, checking accounts, banking services, income tax, investing, insurance, credit, consumer protection, consumer decision-making, and an introduction to economics. This course is directed toward developing and improving physical fitness knowledge and ability, knowledge of rules and interest in physical activities with individual and small group sports. Students will be required to complete both online assignments as well as logging fitness hours using a heart rate monitor. During the summer semester, students will be required to complete and document 10 hours per week of physical exercise. Organized sports or activities will not be counted towards the exercise requirements. Students will be personally required to meet with the instructor four times per semester at pre-arranged times to complete the downloads. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

8 U.S. History: Understanding the Contemporary United States Since 1865 Course #: SS1230AS Grade: 11 *This course meets 1/2 of the graduation requirements. Students will begin this course studying the foundational themes in our nation s creation, i.e., creation of government, federalism, rule of law, etc. The emphasis of this beginning unit will be how these foundational themes defined the nation in This prerequisite knowledge is a necessity to understanding the contemporary United States and will be used as a building block from which to study all future events. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

9 High School Classes Credit Recovery/Online CR - Biology Course #: Semester 1 - SC1100AS Course #: Semester 2 - SC1101AS *This course fulfills the graduation requirement for one Biological Science. Biology is the study of all living things and how they interact with their environment. This introductory course is designed for students who desire a general overview of biology including the survey of plants, animals, human beings, ecology and genetics. CR - English Language Arts 9 Course #: Semester 1 - EL0300AS Course #: Semester 2 - EL0301AS English Language Arts 9 is a skillbased course, focusing on themes of identity and the individual s journey as a hero. The curriculum contains a balance of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and viewing skills. For comprehension and pleasure, students read novels, plays, short stories, poetry and non-fiction. Students write narratives, poetry, and exposition. The class includes the study of literary terms, vocabulary and conventions, as well as the application of research skills. CR - English Language Arts 10 Course #: Semester 1 - EL0304AS Course #: Semester 2 - EL0305AS Grade: 10, 11, 12 English Language Arts 10 is a skillbased course, focusing on the traditional elements of story and the connection of self with others. To enhance comprehension and pleasure in the sophomore year, students read challenging novels, plays, short stories, poetry, and non-fiction. Students analyze literature and poetry through expository, persuasive, and narrative writing techniques. The class includes application of literary terms in literature and the refinement of vocabulary, research skills and accuracy in conventions. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

10 High School Classes Credit Recovery/Online CR - English Language Arts 11 Course #: Semester 1 - EL0308AS Course #: Semester 2 - EL0309AS Grade: 11, 12 English Language Arts 11explores the ongoing struggle between the needs of the individual and of an ever-changing society in America. Students interpret and analyze works by various American authors. Through reader response, essay, technical writing, and a research project, students begin to further develop personal styles of writing. Students will also continue to focus on critical thinking within the contexts of reading, writing, listening, speaking, and viewing. CR - Contemporary Communications Course #: Semester 1 - CA0324AS Course #: Semester 2 - CA0325AS Grade: 12 Contemporary Communications is a year-long course that will focus on collegiate-level and corporatelevel communication skills through a technologically innovative, fastpaced, advance course of study. Students will develop abilities in technical reading and writing, oral presentation, desktop publishing, researching, and reading contemporary and classical fiction and nonfiction. CR - Algebra I Course #: Semester 1 - MA0806AS Course #: Semester 2 - MA0807AS Students will master algebraic skills essential for the study of higher mathematics. This course is designed to bring together past experiences in algebraic concepts and extend these experiences through the real number system. The course stresses understanding of the structure of different number systems and learning to appreciate the need for precision of language. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

11 High School Classes Credit Recovery/Online CR - Algebra II Course #: Semester 1 - MA0814AS Course #: Semester 2 - MA0815AS Grade: 10, 11, 12 Students continue the study of the real number system with an introduction to the complex number system. This course allows the student to develop a mastery of algebraic techniques and a thorough knowledge of elementary functions and the graphs of these functions. Topics studied include properties of the real number system; polynomial and exponential functions, applications of geometry, probability and statistics and conic sections. CR - Geometry Course #: Semester 1 - MA0810AS Course #: Semester 2 - MA0811AS Students are provided the opportunity to extend knowledge in algebraic concepts through the study of geometric relationships. Students communicate mathematical ideas and geometric arguments by a variety of means including 2-column proofs, flowcharts, paragraphs and indirect arguments. Topics include transformations, congruence, linear and quadratic equations, right triangular trigonometry, the basic ideas of coordinate geometry, direct and indirect proofs, and applications of formulas, ratio and proportion, statistics and probability. CR Modern World History Course #: Semester 1 - SS1300AS Course #: Semester 2 - SS1301AS Grade: 10, 11, 12 Students study modern western civilizations, primarily European, dating from the Renaissance to the present. Emphasis is placed on the use of important concepts from political science, economics, geography and sociology. Students demonstrate knowledge of the development of the modern western world and apply their knowledge to understand current world affairs. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

12 High School Classes Credit Recovery/Online CR - U.S. History: Understanding the Contemporary United States Since 1865 Course #: Semester 1 - SS1230AS Course #: Semester 2 - SS1231AS Grade: 11, 12 Students will begin this course studying the foundational themes in our nation s creation, i.e., creation of government, federalism, rule of law, etc. The emphasis of this beginning unit will be how these foundational themes defined the nation in This prerequisite knowledge is a necessity to understanding the contemporary United States and will be used as a building block from which to study all future events. For additional information about the credit recovery courses contact: Stacy Hansen-Montgomery *Students enrolled in credit recovery courses are required to attend an orientation on June 6, 2016 at Blue Valley Southwest High School. *Students enrolled in credit recovery courses are required to meet weekly with their instructors throughout the summer semester. *Credit recovery courses begin on June 6, Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

13 High School Classes Frequently Asked Questions: Traditional Classes Q: How many students are in the Design Fundamentals class? A: There are three Design Fundamentals classes and each has a limit of 25 students per class. Q: The classes are full; can my student be added to the wait list? A: The Summer Program courses do have wait lists. The wait list criteria are based on content, facility, equipment and teacher availability. For additional information about the wait lists, contact Q: What are the fees? A: The fee for Design Fundamentals is $ Q: When are the fees due? A: The fee payment system will open on Monday, April 4, All fees must be paid by Friday, May 2, 2016 using BV Parents Online/ParentVue. Q: What is the last date to drop the class and still receive a refund? A: Any refunds or registration changes after the registration deadline will result in a $ administrative fee. Summer Program is financially supported through student tuition. Q: I am on free/reduced lunch. Do I need to pay the summer school fees? A: Yes, Summer Program fees are not adjusted for free/reduced status. Q: Is transportation provided? A: The district does not provide transportation for the summer session. Q: How many traditional classes can my student miss? A: Students enrolled in the Summer Program are strongly encouraged to attend all instructional sessions. Any student who will miss more than two (2) days of class for camps, vacations, etc. should not enroll. Students will be dropped from the roster after two (2) missed classes. Q: Will my student need any supplies? A: Students enrolled in Design Fundamentals course are not required to purchase supplies. Q: How heavy is the workload? A: Summer Design Fundamentals classes are rigorous and require daily attendance. Each day is equivalent to one week of art class during the school year; missing a single day will likely result in a lower grade. Q: Can my student make up a missed class or turn in a late assignment? A: No, Design Fundamentals is a studio class/program where all work must be completed during class and all of the assignments must be turned in by the second-to-last day of class for Portfolio grading. Q: How is the class graded? A: Design Fundamentals is taken for 0.5 credit of Fine Arts and is graded on the four point system (A=4 points; B=3 points; C=2 points; D=1 point; F=0 points). Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

14 High School Classes Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual/Online Classes Q: What dates are the virtual orientations? A: Monday, June 6, A complete schedule will be posted on the Virtual Education website Q: What if I am unable to attend on the dates of the virtual orientation? A: Students are required to attend If the student is unable to attend any of the scheduled sessions, they will need to contact Robert Asquith at to schedule an appointment. *Students will not receive access to the online course until the orientation has been completed. Q: What if I am unable to attend on the date of the virtual final exams? A: Students who are unable to complete the proctored final exam during the scheduled session will need to contact Robert Asquith at to schedule an appointment. Q: I didn t receive a virtual orientation packet. Where can I obtain a copy of the materials? A: Complete copies of the summer school packets may be obtained from the summer school website Q: What are the fees for the virtual classes? A: The fees for virtual classes, including credit recovery courses are $ per course per semester. Q: When are the fees due for the virtual classes? A: The fee payment system will open on Monday, April 11, All fees must be paid by Friday, May 2, Fees will be paid online using BV ParentVue. Q: What is the last date to drop the course and still receive a refund? A: Students who drop a virtual course prior to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 13, 2016 are eligible for a refund. Students who drop AFTER 5:00 p.m. on June 8, 2015 will not receive a refund. Summer programs are financially supported through student tuition. Q: I am on free/reduced lunch. Do I need to pay the summer school fees? A: Yes, fees for virtual or credit recovery courses are not adjusted based on free/reduced status. *Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual/Online Classes continued on next page. Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

15 High School Classes Frequently Asked Questions: Virtual/Online Classes Q: What are the requirements to enroll in a virtual education course? A: Students must have access to a computer with internet access. Students are required to have the full version of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Access and Excel) if they are enrolled in the Computer Applications course. Students enrolled in other virtual courses must have a word processing program available to them. For a specific list of technology requirements visit Q: Can my family take a vacation during the summer programs? A: Although virtual courses have a flexible schedule, students are required to complete coursework within a specific timeframe. It is highly recommended that students who will miss more than one week of instruction NOT enroll in a summer course due to the compacted semester. *The summer semester is less than 8 weeks and students are required to complete the same curriculum as during a typical semester. Q: How much time should I plan for my virtual coursework? A: Each virtual class requires approximately 8-10 hours per week. Students are required to complete assignments, readings, quizzes and online discussion forums. Q: The classes are full. Can my student be added to a wait list? A: The Summer Programs do have wait lists. The wait list criteria are based on content, facility, equipment and teacher availability. For additional information about the wait lists, contact High School Credit Recovery Classes Credit recovery students are required to attend a weekly meeting with their instructor. The dates and times of these meetings will be distributed during the course orientations. Credit recovery courses are available ONLY to students who have previously failed a course. Students should enroll in the corresponding course in which they previously failed (semester 1 = fall, semester 2 = spring). Student transcripts will reflect both courses (traditional course and the credit recovery course). Students who need to complete 2 or more credit recovery courses are strongly encouraged to enroll and pay for one course at a time. *Students who complete the first credit recovery course early (before July 1, 2016) can enroll, pay and complete a second credit recovery course. All credit recovery coursework must be completed before July 29, Each student is required to attend Each student is required to attend a proctored final The final exam dates, times and locations will be announced during the course orientation. No refunds will be given to students who drop the course AFTER 5:00 p.m. on June 13, Blue Valley School District Summer Programs

16 Student Course Request Enrollment Directions 1. Please navigate to to begin entering your course request. 2. Enter your district username and password to access your account (ParentVue/StudentVue). 3. Select Course Request from the HOME screen. The Home Screen is where you can see current events from your school; access the School Calendar, Course History, Course Request, Grades, etc. 4. To begin selecting your course offerings, please select Click here to change course requests 5. You are now ready to start searching for course options. Enter the Course ID and click Search Courses You may also search by Department or Course Title.

17 Student Course Request Enrollment Directions 6. A list of courses containing the course title will appear. You are now ready to make your selection. After making your selections, please select Click here to move selected request to Selected Course Requests To see the course description, just click on the triangle to the left of the course title. *This example shows the student requesting Emerging Technologies as a course and Entrepreneurship as an alternate. 7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 until you have entered your desired summer course request. ***Do not use the Back button in your browser, please use the buttons within the program. 8. You should now be back on the Selected Course Request screen and see your course selections, please verify that you have selected the summer courses you wish to take during the summer term. 9. You are now ready to select Lock Course Request which will lock in your choices. 10. You should now see the message that your Course requests are locked in. 11. Select Close in the upper-right corner. Thank you for participating in the Online Course Request process. Fee Payment System will open on Monday, April 11, Now that you have completed the summer enrollment process, please wait until Monday, April 11th before proceeding to the fee payment section of ParentVue to finalize your child's enrollment in the Blue Valley Summer Program. (Fees do not generate until the summer schedule is simulated in our student information system.) Payment must be received by April 29, Any course that is canceled because of low enrollment and/or staffing will trigger an automatic refund of your payment.

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