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2 2015 SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS 2015 This booklet provides information regarding the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) summer programs available for students in grades K-12 during the school year. All summer programs are contingent upon school budget approval as well as sufficient enrollment, staffing, and space. Summer academic programs are based on the school year academic program. The elementary and middle school Summer Extended Learning Time (SELT) programs are schoolbased and will focus on meeting the identified academic needs of student participants and are tailored for each location. The high school program provides opportunities for credit recovery, Standards of Learning (SOL) test remediation, enrichment, and acceleration. Transportation is provided to the face-to-face courses at the central sites. Non-FCPS students will be registered on a space available basis once FCPS students have been placed in classes. Parents/Guardians of non-fcps students will be contacted about their child s status after registration closes. Institutes and camps focus on specific areas such as fine arts, technology, and science. Transportation is provided to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Camp, Tech Adventure Camp (TAC), Institute for the Arts (IFTA), and the Elementary Institute for the Arts (E-IFTA). Driver Education is open to all eligible high school students under the age of 19 who reside in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Transportation to and from the program is the responsibility of the parent or guardian. Enrichment courses are generally non-credit and vary in length. High school students can earn a ½ credit when completing IFTA successfully. Summer program information may change. For the most current information, visit Summer school attendance is a privilege, and, accordingly, students are expected to comply with the rules of conduct as outlined in Regulation 2601.

3 SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS 2015 Table of Contents Elementary School Summer Extended Learning Time Programs 2 Extended School Year Services 2 Middle School Summer Extended Learning Time Programs 2 Extended School Year Services 2 ESOL 2 High School Credit Recovery Academy 3 Online Campus 5 Non-FCPS Student Registration Information 10 Self-Directed Economics & Personal Finance Class 11 SOL Remediation 12 SOL Test Only 13 ESOL 15 Extended School Year Services 17 INSTITUTES AND CAMPS Institutes Elementary Institute for the Arts 19 Institute for the Arts 20 Thomas Jefferson High School for Science 21 and Technology (TJHSST) Middle School Technology Institute Camps Camps STEM Camp 22 Tech Adventure Camp 23 ACE PROGRAMS AND CLASSES Driver Education 25 Elementary ACE Camps 26 Secondary ACE Classes 27 Thomas Jefferson Test Prep 29

4 SUMMER LEARNING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUMMER EXTENDED LEARNING TIME PROGRAMS Elementary schools may offer a Summer Extended Learning Time (SELT) program. These programs provide continuity between summer and the regular school year s learning goals and activities. Each school will determine its instructional focus and identify participating students. For further information, please contact your child s school. EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES Special education Extended School Year (ESY) services will be provided to elementary school students with disabilities in accordance with their individualized education program (IEP). For additional information about ESY in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), see MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER EXTENDED LEARNING TIME PROGRAMS Middle schools may offer a Summer Extended Learning Time (SELT) program. These programs provide continuity between summer and the regular school year s learning goals and activities. Each school will determine its instructional focus and identify participating students. For further information, please contact your child s school. HIGH SCHOOL Students may earn course credit through the Credit Recovery Academy or the Online Campus program. High school courses are based on the regular school year academic program and are available to eligible students who seek credit recovery or academic acceleration. Algebra 1 is available to students who have previously passed the course and want to strengthen their skills before taking the next level mathematics course; students will not receive additional credit. FCPS students may also take Standards of Learning (SOL-EOC) remediation classes, and FCPS term graduates (seniors graduating by August 31) can participate in the SOL Test-Only program. All students must meet the prerequisites to enroll in high school courses. CREDIT RECOVERY ACADEMY ONLINE CAMPUS SOL REMEDIATION SOL TEST ONLY ESOL NUMERACY AND LITERACY ESOL ONLINE CLASS EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES Special education Extended School Year (ESY) services will be provided to middle school students with disabilities in accordance with their individualized education program (IEP). For additional information about ESY in FCPS, see www. fcps.edu/dss/sei/summerschool. ESOL ONLINE CLASS This free ESOL online class provides FCPS middle and high school ESOL students the opportunity to engage in thematic lessons in an online environment with an ESOL teacher. Through this three-week class, students will continue developing their academic and reading and writing skill in an online discussion with an ESOL teacher. This is a noncredit class. PLEASE NOTE: No student, employee, or applicant for employment in Fairfax County Public Schools shall, on the basis of age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity.

5 CREDIT RECOVERY ACADEMY CREDIT RECOVERY ACADEMY MONDAY, JUNE 29 - THURSDAY, JULY 16 (SESSION A) NO CLASS ON JULY 3 MONDAY, JULY 20 - TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 (SESSION B) PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Credit Recovery Academy provides an opportunity for students to recover up to two high school course credits. Students may take only one course per session and may not take these courses for new course credit. Students are eligible to enroll in a Credit Recovery Academy course if they have received a grade of F, previously. However, students who have passed Algebra 1 may take the Credit Recovery Academy course to improve their understanding and skills before the next school year. No additional course credit will be awarded to these students. LOCATION Fairfax High School TIME 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. TUITION (PER SESSION)* Full - $450 Reduced lunch - $225 Free lunch - $45 Out-of-County - $550 *Tuition for Algebra 1 Full - $500 Reduced lunch - $250 Free lunch - $50 Out-of-County - $600 ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE Summer school attendance is a privilege, and, accordingly students are expected to comply with the rules of conduct in Regulation More than two cumulative days of absence, for any reason, from any high school course may result in the student s withdrawal from the academy as outlined in FCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities. Students who withdraw between the tenth and last day of class will receive a mark of WP or F (fail). Grade point average (GPA) is calculated on the basis of all courses for which credit has been earned or attempted, including repeated courses previously passed. TRANSPORTATION Bus transportation from selected FCPS high schools to Fairfax High School and back will be available. Transportation to and from the selected high schools is the responsibility of the parent/guardian or student. Bus stops and times will be mailed to students in June. LUNCH Students may bring lunch from home or purchase lunch at the summer site. A menu with costs will be mailed to registered students before the program begins. Vending machines will also be available to students. COMMENCEMENT Thursday, August 6, 2015 Fairfax High School GRADING Grades will be calculated according to guidelines outlined in FCPS High School Grading and Reporting to Parents. Please note, students who withdraw during the first two days of class may do so without a grade penalty. Students who withdraw between the third and ninth day of class will receive a mark of withdrawn failing (WF) or withdrawn passing (WP). 3

6 CREDIT RECOVERY ACADEMY SESSION 1 COURSES COURSE CODES CLASS DATES FINAL ASSESSMENT SOL Algebra 1* SGH319R June 29-Aug 4 No class July 3 and July 17 Geometry SGH309R June 29-July 16 No class July 3 August 3 August 4 July 15 July 16 English 9 SGH305R June 29-July 16 No class July 3 English 11 SGH307R June 29-July 16 No class July 3 July 16 NA NA July (Writing) July 16 (Reading, juniors)** English 12 SGH308R June 29-July 16 No class July 3 COURSES, ASSESSMENTS, AND SOL TESTING Students are expected to complete final assessments as well as SOL tests if needed on the scheduled days as part of the class. It is not necessary to register for the SOL test. If students miss the scheduled SOL test, their next opportunity for a make-up test will be at their base school in mid-september. For additional information see Non-FCPS students who wish to take a Credit Recovery Academy course may pre-register during the regular registration windows. However, they will not be placed in courses until all FCPS students are placed. Non-FCPS students cannot register through the online process and must contact the registration office at REGISTRATION Credit Recovery Academy registration for FCPS students is Non-FCPS students must mail or fax the following items at the time of registration. online. Session A registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Tuesday, June 23, Session B registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Monday, July 6, Copy of original birth certificate Medical evidence of immunization (inc. required screenings) Documentation of previous educational program Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an Plum Center, Dept. A account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to 6815 Edsall Rd pre-register a student. Springfield, VA Fax: For additional registration details, see page 10. Once the counselor reviews the course selection, the parent/ legal guardian will receive an from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. If the course selection is approved, provided there is space in the course and there are no other issues with the registration, the student will be placed in the course. If the course selection is not approved, parents/ guardians will receive directions via on how to proceed. Students are not officially registered until they receive a confirmation from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. Payment must be submitted at the time of registration using a MasterCard or VISA credit card. July 16 World History/Geography II SGH318R June 29-July 16 July 15 July 16 No class July 3 SESSION 2 COURSES COURSE CODES CLASS DATES FINAL ASSESSMENT SOL Geometry SGH310R July 20-August 4 August 3 August 4 Algebra 2 SGH301R July 20-August 4 August 3 August 4 English 10 SGH306R July 20-August 4 August 4 NA Biology SGH302R July 20-August 4 August 3 August 4 Chemistry SGH303R July 20-August 4 August 3 August 4 World History/Geography I SGH317R July 20-August 4 August 3 August 4 VA/US Government SGH315R July 20-August 4 August 4 NA *Algebra 1 runs the length of both sessions. **July 23 (Reading, seniors) REFUNDS Session A refund requests must be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, Session B refund requests must be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, Please allow several weeks for processing. Credit card payments minus the processing fee will be refunded to the credit card account. See Request for Refund form at PLEASE NOTE: Non-FCPS students who wish to take a Credit Recovery Academy course may pre-register during the regular registration window. However, students will be placed in classes on a space available basis once FCPS students have been placed in classes. Parents/Guardians of non-fcps students will be contacted about their child s status after registration closes. NA 4

7 ONLINE CAMPUS ONLINE CAMPUS DATES MONDAY, JUNE 29 TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 (No synchronous class meeting July 3) Honors Geometry, Health and Physical Education 9, Health and Physical Education 10 MONDAY, JULY 6 TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 Other online courses PROGRAM OVERVIEW Online courses are open to eligible high and middle school students who meet prerequisites and technical requirements. Students may take only one online course. Courses are rigorous; therefore, students should consult their counselor and discuss the implications of attempting an online course before registering. For mathematics courses, all students who have completed a high school mathematics course may accelerate or earn credit recovery via the online campus. Middle school students who have expunged a high school mathematics credit as well as those seeking credit recovery may retake the course via the online campus. Middle school students may not take a mathematics course during the summer as their first high school level mathematics course. TIME Teachers will contact students and establish times to be online for synchronous lessons, establish deadlines for completing assignments, and announce face-to-face meetings. Students need to dedicate 35 hours each week to complete a course, including 90 minutes a day for synchronous online instruction with the teacher and peers. TUITION FOR MOST COURSES Full - $680 Reduced lunch - $340 Free lunch - $68 Out-of-County - $780 TUITION FOR HONORS GEOMETRY Full - $780 Reduced lunch - $390 Free lunch - $78 Out-of-County - $880 ATTENDANCE Online courses provide students with some flexibility for completing coursework. However, all work for the week is due by the week s end. Students who are more than three days behind will be withdrawn. Students cannot miss a week due to camps or vacations and must take their midterm and final exams as well as their SOL test on the scheduled dates in a face-to-face setting. HELPFUL TIPS Develop a routine. In a face-to-face high school class, regular attendance is a key ingredient for success. The same is true for online classes, particularly during the summer, as classes are fast-paced. Online classes afford students some flexibility in working; however, students are required to participate in daily synchronous lessons and required to meet deadlines. Students will increase their chance for success by participating daily, following a routine work schedule, and by completing assignments on time. Communicate with the instructor. Although much of an online course can be done asynchronously (online at a different time without the instructor), feedback from the instructor is important. Whether turning in assignments, posting to a discussion thread, or ing a question for clarity, regular communication with the teacher will assist students in the learning process. Vacation/Camps/Governor s School. By registering for a summer course, students are dedicating 35 hours weekly. Students who are doing other activities during this time need to consider carefully whether they can dedicate the hours to the course as well as other activities. Many residential camps schedule activities for the students/athletes for the entire day, and there is no time to do an online course. We know that the Governor s School does not permit students to take any online summer classes and attend its school due to the time conflicts. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Students who register for an FCPS online course must have the required resources and should complete the technology checklist available at orientation/tech_checklist_ss/orient.htm before Friday, June 26, Students will not be able to access and fully complete online courses using ipads, iphones, Blackberries, Smart Phones, and tablets. Currently, Macs are not supported in FCPS. However, students do use Macs to take online courses. Students need to complete the technology checklist to insure their computer can assess all parts of the online course. To enroll in an online course, students must have the following: Windows XP or higher, MAC OS 10.6 or higher Working speakers and microphone Word processing program Adobe Acrobat Reader 5

8 ONLINE CAMPUS Macromedia Flash Player 7.0 or higher and Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher JAVA for Windows, Linux 1.5, 1.6 for MAC OS X Internet Service Provider (ISP) for example Cox Cable, Comcast, Verizon An active account A Java capable browser such as IE8, IE9, Chrome, or Firefox JavaScript and Cookies must be enabled GRADING Grades will be calculated according to guidelines outlined in FCPS High School Grading and Reporting to Parents. Geometry is the only honors level course offered during the summer. Please note, students who withdraw between July 6 and July 15 may do so without a grade penalty; June 29 and July 8 for HPE and Honors Geometry courses. Students who withdraw between July 16 and July 24 will receive a mark of withdrawn failing (WF) or withdrawn passing (WP); July 9 and July 26 for HPE and Honors Geometry courses. Students who withdraw between July 25 and August 4 will receive a mark of WP or F (fail); July 27 and August 4 for HPE and Honors Geometry courses. GPA is calculated on the basis of all courses for which credit has been earned or attempted, including repeated courses previously passed. Students may take Health and PE 9, Health and PE 10, Economics and Personal Finance, Spanish 1, Spanish 2, and Spanish 3, as Pass-Fail but must indicate this at the time of registration. Once class begins, this cannot be changed. COMMENCEMENT Thursday, August 6, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. Fairfax High School EXAMS AND SOL TESTING Students are expected to complete all assessments on the scheduled days. It is not necessary to register for the SOL test. The test is given as part of the course if needed. Teachers will inform students of midterm and final exam times. All testing will require picture identification: visa, driver s license, child ID card, school library card, military card, or yearbook. If students miss the scheduled SOL test, their next opportunity for a make-up test will be at their base school in mid-september. Pre-assessments HPE 9 Monday, June 29, :30 a.m. Luther Jackson Middle School HPE 10 Monday, June 29, :30 11:30 a.m. Luther Jackson Middle School Writing SOL Tests Location: Fairfax High School Time: 8:30 a.m. July Midterm Exams Monday, July 20, 2015 Economics and Personal Finance (Lee) English (Falls Church) Math (Fairfax) Science (Falls Church) Social Studies (Lee) Spanish (Fairfax) EPF (Lee) Exams will take place in the late afternoon/evening. Teachers will inform students of exact exam times. Final Exams Monday, August 3, 2015 Economics and Personal Finance (Lee) English (Falls Church) Math (Fairfax) Science (Falls Church) Social Studies (Lee) Spanish (Fairfax) EPF (Lee) HPE 9 (Luther Jackson, 9-10:30 a.m.) HPE 10 (Luther Jackson, 10:30-11:30 a.m.) Exams will take place in the late afternoon/evening except HPE. Teachers will inform students of exact exam times. Non-Writing SOL Tests Tuesday, August 4 Reading (Falls Church, 3 p.m.) Math (Fairfax, 3 p.m.) Science (Falls Church, 3 p.m.) Social Studies (Lee, 3 p.m.) W!SE (Lee, times vary) Wednesday, August 5 Retest for Graduating Seniors (Fairfax, 8:30 a.m.) PLEASE NOTE: Students must arrive for SOL testing on August 4 by 3 p.m. All testing will require picture identification: visa, driver s license, child ID card, school library card, military card, or yearbook. 6

9 ONLINE CAMPUS REGISTRATION Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Tuesday, June 23, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to pre-register a student. Once the counselor reviews the course selection, the parent/ legal guardian will receive an from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. If the course selection is approved, provided there is space in the course and there are no other issues with the registration, the student will be placed in the course. If the course selection is not approved, parents/ guardians will receive directions via on how to proceed. Students are not officially registered until they receive a confirmation from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. Payment must be submitted at the time of registration using a MasterCard or VISA credit card. For additional information see Non-FCPS students who wish to take a an online course may pre-register during the regular registration windows. However, they will not be placed in courses until all FCPS students are placed. Non-FCPS students cannot register through the online process and must contact the registration office at LANGUAGE ARTS COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Non-FCPS students must mail or fax the following items at the time of registration. Copy of original birth certificate Medical evidence of immunization (including required screenings) Documentation of previous educational program Plum Center, Dept. A 6815 Edsall Rd Springfield, VA Fax: For additional registration details, see page 10. REFUNDS Refund requests for Honors Geometry, Health and Physical Education 9 and Health and Physical Education 10 must be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, Refund requests for other online courses are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, Please allow several weeks for processing. Credit card payments minus the processing fee will be refunded to the credit card account. See Request for Refund form at *Registration for Geometry Honors, Health and Physical Education 9, and Health and Physical Education 10 begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Friday, June 19, English 10 SGH 0050 July 6 - August 4 High school students seeking new or repeat credit for English 10. Prerequisite: Successful completion of English 9 English 11 SGH 0060 July 6 - August 4 High school students seeking new or repeat credit for English 11. Prerequisite: Successful completion of English 10 English 12 SGH 0070 July 6 - August 4 High school students seeking new or repeat credit for English 12. Prerequisite: Successful completion of English 11 MATHEMATICS COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Geometry SGH 0080 July 6 - August 4 Middle and high school students seeking new or repeat credit who have completed Algebra 1 successfully. Geometry Honors SGH 0270 June 29 - August 4 Middle school and high school students seeking new or repeat credit who have completed Algebra 1 successfully. Algebra 2 SGH 0020 July 6 - August 4 Middle school and high school students who have completed Algebra 1 and Geometry or Geometry Honors successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. Trigonometry SGH 0180 July 6 - August 4 High school students who have completed Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. This is a ½ credit course and does not count as PreCalculus. PLEASE NOTE: Non-FCPS students who wish to take an Online Campus course may register during the regular registration window. However, students will be registered on a space available basis once FCPS students have been placed in classes. 7

10 ONLINE CAMPUS GENERAL STUDIES COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Economics and Personal Finance SGH 0210 July 6 August 4 High school students who are seeking new or repeat credit. This course is not recommended for rising 9th graders. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. SCIENCE COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Chemistry SGH 0040 July 6 August 4 High school students who have completed Biology and Algebra 1 successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. Geosystems SGH 0140 July 6 August 4 Juniors or seniors in who have completed Biology and Chemistry successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. Physics SGH 0160 July 6 August 4 Junior or seniors in who have completed two laboratory sciences successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. SOCIAL STUDIES COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY World History and Geography 1 World History and Geography 2 SGH 0120 July 6 August 4 High school students in grades during Rising 9th graders cannot take this course. SGH 0130 July 6 August 4 High school students who have completed the World History and Geography 1 course successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. VA/US History SGH 0110 July 6 August 4 High school students who have completed World History and Geography 1 and World History and Geography 2 successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. VA/US Government WORLD LANGUAGES SGH 0100 July 6 August 4 High school students who have completed World History and Geography 1, World History and Geography 2, and VA/US History successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Spanish 1 SGH 0090 July 6 August 4 Students in grades 8-12 during who are seeking repeat credit. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. Spanish 2 SGH 0170 July 6 August 4 Students in grades 8-12 during who are seeking new or repeat credit and who have completed the prerequisite high school level Spanish 1 course successfully. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. Spanish 3 SGH 0260 July 6 August 4 HS students seeking new or repeat credit who have completed the prerequisite high school level Spanish 2 course successfully. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES CODES DATES ELIGIBILITY Health and Physical Education 9 Health and Physical Education 10 SGH 0190 June 29 August 4 High school students in grades 9-12 during who are seeking new or repeat credit. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. SGH 0200 June 29 August 4 High school students in grades during who have completed HPE 9 successfully and who are seeking new or repeat credit. At the time of registration, students must indicate whether or not they are taking the course as Pass-Fail. 8

11 ONLINE CAMPUS ONLINE ALGEBRA 2 HEAD START CLASS DATES MONDAY, JULY 27 FRIDAY, JULY 31 TIME Teachers will contact students and establish times for students to be online for synchronous lessons and provide deadlines for completing assignments. TUITION Full - $200 Reduced lunch - $100 Free lunch - $20 COURSES COURSE CODES ELIGIBILITY Algebra 2 Head Start REGISTRATION SGH 0250 Open to FCPS students who will take Algebra 2 during This is a non-credit course. Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Tuesday, June 23, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to preregister a student online. Once the counselor approves the course selection, the parent/legal guardian will receive a registration confirmation via . Students are not officially registered until the confirmation is received. Payment must be submitted at the time of registration using a MasterCard or VISA credit card. For additional information and for details on registration of non-fcps students, see REFUNDS All refund requests must be received by 5 p.m., Tuesday, July 7, Please allow several weeks for processing. Credit card payments minus the processing fee will be refunded to the credit card account. See Request for Refund form at 9

12 NON-FCPS STUDENT REGISTRATION Non-FCPS Student Registration Information Each non-fairfax County Public Schools student must meet all qualifications for public school enrollment before registering for summer school, even if the student is attending FCPS only for the summer program. Non-FCPS students cannot register through the online process and must contact the registration office at The following documentation is required for registration: Copy of original birth certificate Medical evidence of immunization (including required screenings) Documentation of previous educational program (for example, any report card) Non-FCPS students whose home language is other than English or in addition to English are required to be assessed prior to summer school registration to determine English language proficiency. Enrollment and assessment take place by appointment only at the following student registration sites: Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services (703) Lake Anne Reston Student Registration Office (703) South County Government Center (703) Non-FCPS Students Planning to enroll in FCPS for the School Year Registration Prior to summer school registration for an online campus course, a high school student who is not enrolled in FCPS for the school year, but who is planning to enroll for the school year should: Enroll at his or her base school Obtain a student identification number from the base school on or before the last day of school Non-FCPS High School Students with Disabilities Registration Students with disabilities who are not currently enrolled in FCPS and who are registering in a high school online campus course for credit should provide one copy of a current individualized education program (IEP) plan at the time of registration. 10

13 SELF-DIRECTED ECONOMICS & PERSONAL FINANCE SELF-DIRECTED ECONOMICS & PERSONAL FINANCE DATES MONDAY, MAY 4 THURSDAY, JULY 2 (SESSION 1) MONDAY, JULY 6 TUESDAY AUGUST 4 (SESSION 2) PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Self-Directed Economics and Personal Finance course requires students to complete work without direct teacher instruction. All material will be available on FCPS 24/7, and a suggested schedule (3-5 units per week) will be provided. Students who don t stay on pace will receive communication from the course s facilitator. The facilitator will also contact parents of students who are not on pace with the suggested schedule. There is no grade penalty unless the student fails to complete all tests successfully by the end of the course. This course is available to current FCPS students only. Additional information regarding the course is available at Students must have a working computer and access to the internet, along with access to FCPS 24/7. Students must have a valid address and one for their parent/guardian. All communication will be via and FCPS 24/7. Following successful completion of this course, the student will have the opportunity to take the Financial Literacy (W!SE) certification exam. COURSE CODE SESSION 1 EFS-6120 SESSION 2 EPF-6120 LOCATION Online TIME Students are responsible for monitoring their time and completing assignments according to the schedule in order to be successful. TUITION Full - $ Reduced Lunch - $50.00 Free Lunch - $10.00 GRADING This course is Pass/Fail only. The final grade will be determined based on the results of the five course assessments. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Internet connection (DSL, LAN, or cable connection desirable). Account access to FCPS 24/7 The latest version of Flash must be installed on student computer. Students must provide a valid for self and for parent/guardian. Students will not be able to access and complete course using ipads, iphones, Blackberries, smart phones and tablets. Macs are not supported in FCPS. However, students do use Macs to take online courses. REGISTRATION Registration for FCPS students is online. Registration for Session 1 begins on Monday, March 16, 2015, and ends on Wednesday, April 15, Registration for Session 2 begins on Monday, March 2, 2015 and ends Monday, June 23, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to preregister a student online. Once the counselor approves the course selection, the parent/legal guardian will receive a registration confirmation via . Students are not officially registered until the confirmation is received. Payment must be submitted at the time of registration using MasterCard or VISA credit card. For additional information and for details on registration see REFUNDS Session 1 refund requests must be received by 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 6, Session 2 refund requests must be received by 5 p.m., Wednesday, July 8, Please allow several weeks for processing. Credit card payments minus the withdrawal fee will be refunded to the credit card account. See Request for Refund form at W!SE TESTING Session 1 June 24 - Robinson Secondary School, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. (by appointment*) June 30 - Chantilly High School, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (by appointment*) Session 2 August 4 - Robinson Secondary School, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (by appointment*) *Students will sign-up for a time slot prior to the test administration date. 11

14 SOL REMEDIATION SOL REMEDIATION DATES MONDAY, JUNE 29 THURSDAY, JULY 16 PROGRAM OVERVIEW SOL remediation classes are available only to students who have earned the standard unit of credit for the course and who need to achieve a passing score on the related SOL test. LOCATION Fairfax High School TIME 8-2 p.m. TUITION Full - $200 Reduced lunch - $100 Free lunch - $20 Out-of-County - $300 ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE Summer school attendance is a privilege and, accordingly students are expected to comply with the rules of conduct in Regulation Students are expected to attend the program each day to gain maximum benefit. More than two cumulative days of absence may result in the student s withdrawal from the program as outlined in FCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities. TRANSPORTATION Bus transportation from selected FCPS high schools to Fairfax High School and back will be available. Transportation to and from the selected high schools is the responsibility of the parent/guardian or student. Bus stops and times will be mailed to students in June. LUNCH Students may bring lunch from home or purchase lunch at the summer site. A menu with costs will be mailed to registered students before the program begins. Vending machines will also be available to students. SOL TESTING Students are expected to complete SOL tests on the scheduled days as part of the class. It is not necessary to register for the SOL test. The test is given as part of the class. SOL REMEDIATION CLASSES CLASSES CLASS CODES Algebra 1 SRH 1601 Geometry SRH 1603 Biology SRH 1604 Chemistry SRH 1605 Reading SRH 1608 Writing (Term Grads) SRH 1607 Writing (Juniors) SRH 1612 REGISTRATION Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Tuesday, June 23, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to pre-register a student. Once the counselor reviews the course selection, the parent/ legal guardian will receive an from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. If the course selection is approved, provided there is space in the course and there are no other issues with the registration, the student will be placed in the course. If the course selection is not approved, parents/ guardians will receive directions via on how to proceed. Students are not officially registered until they receive a confirmation from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. Payment must be submitted at the time of registration using a MasterCard or VISA credit card. Non-FCPS students who wish to take a SOL remediation class may pre-register during the regular registration windows. However, they will not be placed in courses until all FCPS students are placed. Non-FCPS students cannot register through the online process and must contact the registration office at Non-FCPS students must mail or fax the following items at the time of registration. Copy of original birth certificate Medical evidence of immunization (including required screenings) Documentation of previous educational program Plum Center, Dept. A 6815 Edsall Rd Springfield, VA Fax: For additional registration details, see page 10. REFUNDS All refund requests must be received by 5 p.m., Tuesday, June 30, Please allow several weeks for processing. Credit card payments minus the processing fee will be refunded to the credit card account. See Request for Refund form at PLEASE NOTE: Non-FCPS students who wish to take an SOL remediation class may register during the regular registration window. However, students will be registered on a space available basis once FCPS students have been placed in classes. 12

15 SOL TEST ONLY SOL TEST ONLY DATES VARIOUS TEST DATES PROGRAM OVERVIEW FCPS Term Graduates (seniors graduating by August 31) who have passed a high school level tested course but who need to achieve a passing score on the associated Virginia End-of-Course Standards of Learning (EOC-SOL) test may register for the Writing or a non-writing test in this program. In addition, FCPS students in English 11 during the school year may register for the Writing Test. TUITION Free TRANSPORTATION No transportation is provided to the test sites. WRITING TEST FOR TERM GRADUATES Code: SOT 1521 Time: Location: Test Dates: 8:30 a.m. REGISTRATION Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Tuesday, June 23, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to pre-register a student. Once the counselor reviews the course selection, the parent/ legal guardian will receive an from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. If the course selection is approved, provided there is space in the course and there are no other issues with the registration, the student will be placed in the course. If the course selection is not approved, parents/ guardians will receive directions via on how to proceed. Students are not officially registered until they receive a confirmation from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. For additional information see Fairfax High School Writing is a two day test, and Term Graduates have the opportunity to take two complete tests. July WRITING TEST FOR GRADE 11 ( SCHOOL YEAR) STUDENTS Code: SOT 1522 Time: Location: Test Dates: 8:30 a.m. Fairfax High School Writing is a two day test, and students must attend both days to complete the test. July 14 - Multiple Choice July 15 - Short Paper 13

16 SOL TEST ONLY NON-WRITING TESTS FOR TERM GRADUATES Codes: Algebra 1 Algebra 2 Geometry Biology Chemistry SOT 1501 SOT 1503 SOT 1505 SOT 1507 SOT 1509 Geosystems Reading World History 1 World History 2 VA-US History SOT 1513 SOT 1511 SOT 1517 SOT 1519 SOT 1515 Time: Location: 3 p.m. Reading (Falls Church) Math (Fairfax) Science (Falls Church) Social Studies (Lee) Date: Tuesday, August 4 Reading Math Science Social Studies Wednesday, August 5 (8:30 a.m.) Expedited retakes if needed (Fairfax High School) PLEASE NOTE: Students must arrive at the test site in time to check-in and bring a form of personal identification, preferably one with a photograph. Students may take only the test identified on their registration form. No additional tests or switching of tests is permitted. 14

17 ESOL ESOL DATES MONDAY, JULY 6 FRIDAY, JULY 24 PROGRAM OVERVIEW Two ESOL classes are available to current FCPS students only. Both classes are designed to help students develop skills needed for academic success in the coming school year. These are non-credit classes and may not be taken simultaneously. Students should work with their ESOL teacher to determine the appropriate classes selection. There is no tuition for these classes. ESOL NUMERACY AND LITERACY CLASS The ESOL Numeracy and Literacy class provides currently enrolled FCPS high school ELP Level 1 students with interrupted formal education the opportunity to develop their numeracy and literacy skills. Students will meet face-toface with their teachers daily. Through this three-week class, students will build the background knowledge, academic language, and skills necessary for success in future creditbearing English and mathematics courses. This is a noncredit class. A teacher recommendation is required. LOCATION Fairfax High School TIME 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE Summer school attendance is a privilege, and, accordingly students are expected to comply with the rules of conduct in Regulation Students are expected to attend the program each day to gain maximum benefit. More than two cumulative days of absence may result in the student s withdrawal from summer school as outlined in FCPS Student Rights and Responsibilities. CLASS ESOL Numeracy and Literacy This is a non-credit class. CLASS CODE ESH 3804 TRANSPORTATION Bus transportation from selected FCPS high schools to Fairfax High School and back will be available. Transportation to and from the selected high schools is the responsibility of the parent/guardian or student. Bus stops and times will be mailed to students in June. LUNCH Students may bring lunch from home or purchase lunch at the summer site. A menu with costs will be mailed to registered students before the program begins. Vending machines will also be available to students. NUMERACY AND LITERACY REGISTRATION Enrollment for the ESOL Numeracy and Literacy class is limited. Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015, and ends Friday, May 29, Students who are interested in this class should consult their ESOL teacher and obtain a recommendation. ESOL teachers will complete the registration. Once students have been selected, the office of ESOL Services will notify ESOL teachers regarding the students application status. Those students accepted to the program will then be given further instructions on how to complete the official registration process. ESOL ONLINE CLASS This class is for current FCPS middle and high school English learners who want to continue developing their academic language and reading and writing skills in an online classroom with an ESOL teacher. This is a noncredit class. Students who register for this FCPS online class must have the required resources and should complete the technology checklist available at tech_checklist_ss/orient.htm before Friday, June 26, Students will not be able to access and fully complete online courses using ipads, iphones, Blackberries, Smart Phones, and tablets. Currently, Macs are not supported in FCPS. However, students do use Macs to take online courses. Students need to complete the technology checklist to insure their computer can assess all parts of the online course. To enroll in an online course, students must have the following: Windows XP or higher, MAC OS 10.6 or higher Working speakers and microphone Word processing program Adobe Acrobat Reader Macromedia Flash Player 7.0 or higher and Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher JAVA for Windows, Linux 1.5, 1.6 for MAC OS X Internet Service Provider (ISP) for example Cox Cable, Comcast, Verizon An active account A Java capable browser such as IE8, IE9, Chrome, or Firefox JavaScript and Cookies must be enabled. 15

18 ESOL TIME Students cannot miss a week due to camps or vacations and must participate in the synchronous lesson each day from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. CLASS ESOL Online This is a non-credit class. CLASS CODE ESH 0800 ORIENTATION There will be school-based technology training and information sessions for the ESOL online class at all middle and high schools in June. These sessions are designed to outline the technology and class requirements. Students must attend; parents/guardians are welcome but are not required to attend. There are no face-to-face sessions for the online summer class. ESOL ONLINE REGISTRATION Registration begins Monday, May 4, 2015 and ends Friday, May 29, Parents/Legal guardians of FCPS students must create an account at https://aceclasses.fcps.edu in order to pre-register a student. Once the counselor reviews the course selection, the parent/ legal guardian will receive an from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. If the course selection is approved, provided there is space in the course and there are no other issues with the registration, the student will be placed in the course. If the course selection is not approved, parents/ guardians will receive directions via on how to proceed. Students are not officially registered until they receive a confirmation from FCPS Summer Learning Programs. For additional information see 16

19 EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES SPECIAL EDUCATION EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES Special Education Extended School Year Services will be provided to high school students with disabilities in accordance with their individualized education program (IEP). For additional information, see sei/summerschool/index.shtml or call the Office of Special Education Instruction at PLEASE NOTE: Nonresident students who attend FCPS through a contract with their local school division may receive extended school year (ESY) services if the student s current IEP includes ESY services. Funding from the sending division must be secured prior to student enrollment in these services. Nonresidential students with ESY services on a current IEP from their enrolled school system who are spending the entire summer in Fairfax County with their noncustodial parent may be able to receive ESY services from FCPS. 17

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