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1 What is the Summer Education Academy? Launch is Tempe Union High School District s Summer Education Academy (formerly Summer School). The program is focused on helping students in the District recover and/or gain credits toward graduation. Summer Education Academy engages students during the summer months while preparing them for academic excellence during the traditional school year. The Summer Education Academy is open to any incoming ninth grade (freshman) through twelfth grade (senior) student. Students may take one campus-based class per Summer Education Academy session and earn 1/2 credit for the class. In general, courses offered during the 1st session are equivalent to the first semester of the school year, and courses offered the 2nd session are equivalent to the second semester of the regular school year. Students who do not attend, or will not be attending, a TUHSD school are welcome to participate the Summer Education Academy. An additional fee of $25.00 will be added to tuition to cover additional administrative costs. Please be sure to complete the home school information on the registration form. To insure the student takes the appropriate course, please have the registration form signed by the student s home school high school counselor. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Summer Education Academy Leadership Session I May 29th June 14th Session II June 17th July 3rd Stephen Heiser, Director of Innovative Student Programs Michael Griffith, Principal Suzanne Pachuta, Asst. Principal Bridget Wesloski, Asst. Principal 2

2 3 Who attends the Summer Education Academy? Students in the Summer Education Academy attend for a multitude of reasons and the Academy serves students in the areas of credit-recovery and creditadvancement. Credit-recovery students may be looking to - gain credits they are lacking launch+lift - replace a grade earned in class CREDIT-RECOVERY ACADEMY CREDIT-RECOVERY ACADEMY Credit-advancement students may be launch+lead looking to - get ahead so they may take more rigorous classes later in high school CREDIT-ADVANCEMENT ACADEMY - create flexibility in their CREDIT-ADVANCEMENT ACADEMY schedule for electives, early launch+leap release or religious release (seminary) - earn college credits toward an AA, spending less time/money in college or starting their career DUAL- CREDIT ACADEMY DUAL- CREDIT ACADEMY How do students launch? Students may take Summer launchlab Education Academy classes in person or online. Campusbased classes for 2013 will be SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS held at Marcos de Niza High School. Marcos de Niza High School is located launchlab at 6000 S. Lakeshore Dr. Tempe (On Guadalupe Road between Rural and McClintock). Campus-based classes are scheduled from 7:30 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Class the final day of each session ends at 10:00 a.m. SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS Launch online is the Virtual Summer Education Academy that allows students to work at their own pace from anywhere with internet access. Online classes must be completed during the session they are taken. Please note that these classes are not currently available to incoming freshmen. Summer Education Academy tuition Tuition for the Summer Education Academy is $ per session, plus any required lab fees. Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration; partial payments cannot be accepted. Bookstores are not able to accept credit or debit card payments. Payment should be made by check, money order or cash. Checks should be made payable to TUHSD Summer Education Academy. Online credit card payment is available at Please note that payment online does not register a student. Students who do not attend, or will not be attending, a TUHSD school will be charged an additional $25.00 administrative fee. Tuition assistance will be granted if the student qualifies for free or reduced-price meals at TUHSD. Information regarding the student s eligibility will be used by TUHSD solely to determine eligibility for reduced tuition and will not be shared with any other entity or program. Students requiring financial assistance will need to pay at the bookstore and present the student aid paperwork they obtain from their site principal. The TUHSD office has contracted with CCM Enterprises to collect any insufficient fund checks received by schools. Should a check be returned for insufficient funds, the writer of the check is giving authorization to electronically debit their account for the amount of the check plus an NSF fee of $ If you have questions regarding this process, please contact Roland Carranza at (480) Cancellation & Refund Policy Refunds: No refunds will be granted after May 17th, for Session I and June 7th for Session II. There is a $30 processing fee for any refunds requested. Fees of $30 or less are non-refundable. Requests for refunds for courses must be made within the first ten (10) days following registration. Refunds are only made to the individual making the original payment. Requests must be accompanied with an original receipt. Refund checks are mailed within four to six (4 to 6) weeks of receipt of the request in the District Business Office. All refund requests must be made to the TUHSD District Office. No refunds will be made if a student is dropped from a class for attendance or disciplinary reasons. There will be no refunds for online students once they have logged into their class. A full refund will be made to those students enrolled in classes that are cancelled due to low enrollment. 4

3 Summer Education Academy attendance The typical Summer Education Academy student accomplishes the same amount of work in one day that would be completed in one week s time during the regular school year. Therefore, a student may only be absent two (2) days during a session. Tardies or early departures in excess of 15 minutes will constitute one (1) absence. Students will be withdrawn from their class, receiving no credit for the course, on their third (3rd) absence. There are no excused absences in Summer Education Academy. If student conventions, workshops, tournaments, camps or vacations would delay a student s reporting for the first day of a session or cause a student s departure from the session before its conclusion, he/she should enroll in an alternate session. Class work and final exams All class work must be completed and turned in to the teacher by the last day of the session. There will be Synergy access for parents during Summer Education Academy. Progress reports will be sent home the second week of each session to the parents/ guardian of those students in danger of failing a course. Final exams will not be administered early by any teacher, nor will exams be administered after the session is over. To provide the best testing environment for students there will be no early release of students on the last day of each session. An Incomplete grade will not be issued for a course. All students completing a Summer Education Academy course will receive a letter grade. Course transcripts and grades for students who do not regularly attend a TUHSD school will be forwarded to their home school the week of July 29th. Please provide the address of the student s school where indicated on the registration form. Launch lab exam schedule Session I: Friday, June 14th, 7:30 to 10:00 a.m. Session II: Friday, July 3rd, 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Launch online exam schedule* Student must schedule and take final exams on dates listed below at Marcos de Niza. Session I: Thursday, June 13th or Friday, June 14th from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. Session II: Wednesday, July 2nd or Thursday, July 3rd from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. *Students must complete their coursework before requesting their final exam Second attempt finals for online students that do not pass on their first attempt will be offered. 5 launchlab SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS Session I ^Fr. English I...EN01A Soph. English I...EN06A Jr. English I...EN34A Sr. English I...EN42A ^Spanish I...FL20A ^Spanish III...FL21A ^Art & Design I... FA02A Math Standards I...MA30A Math Standards III...MA32A ^Algebra I...MA07A *Algebra II...MA07MB Algebra III...MA11A ^Geometry I...MA09A *Geometry II...MA09MB Pre-Calculus...MA13A Functions of Math...MA40A AM/AZ History I...SS01A Economics...SS04A US/AZ Govt...SS03A Wld His/Geo I...SS21A ^Comp. Applications...BU20A Health Ed... PE26A ^Phys Ed 1... PE06A Phys Ed 3... PE07A Driver s Ed... PE27A ^Chem.-Phys I... SC04A Biology I... SC07A Basic Fr. English I...EN74A Basic Soph. English...EN75A Basic Jr. English I...EN76A Basic Sr. English I...EN77A Basic Math Standards I...MA60A Session II ^Fr. English I... EN01B Soph. English II... EN06B Jr. English II... EN34B Sr. English II... EN42B ^Spanish II...FL20B ^Spanish IV...FL21B ^Art & Design II...FA02B Math Standards II...MA30B Math Standards IV...MA32B ^Algebra II...MA07B Algebra IV...MA11B ^Geometry II...MA09B Pre-Calculus...MA13B Functions of Math...MA40B AM/AZ History II...SS01B Economics...SS04B US/AZ Govt...SS03B Wld His/Geo II...SS21B ^Comp. Applications...BU20B Health Ed...PE26B ^Phys Ed 2...PE06B Phys Ed 8...PE07B Driver s Ed...PE27B ^Chem-Phys II... SC04B Biology II... SC07B Basic Fr. English II... EN74B Basic Soph. English II... EN75B Basic Jr. English II... EN76B Basic Sr. English... EN77B Basic Math Standards II...MA60B *Session I Algebra II and Geometry II classes: Registration for these two classes only will be accepted for those students receiving a D or a failing grade on their May report card. ^Classes open to incoming freshmen. 6

4 launchlab SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS Registration Registration for both sessions begins Monday, March 4th and continues through May 30th for Session I, and through June 18th for Session II. There are two ways in which to register and VIRTUAL pay for the SUMMER Summer EDUCATION Education Academy. ACADEMY Payment for campus-based classes at any TUHSD bookstore 1) Meeting: Please see a TUHSD guidance counselor. Bring two copies of the registration form to the site bookstore. 2) Payment: Visit any TUHSD bookstore which will provide copies of your payment receipt and will forward a copy of the registration form and receipt to the Summer Education Academy office. 3) Registration: Complete the process by submitting information online at: Online payment and registration for campus-based classes 1) Meeting: Please see a TUHSD guidance counselor. A signed copy of the registration form will be sent to the Summer Education Academy office. 2) Payment: Visit select class(es), and follow instructions to pay. A receipt will be ed to the address provided. (Print a Copy) 3) Registration: Complete the process by submitting information online at: No registration confirmations are mailed home to the student. Teacher and room assignments will be made available on the first day of each session. If you have questions please contact Marnie Wright at or SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS Can take Session I or II Algebra III-IV MA11A MA11B American/Arizona History SS01A SS01B Earth Science SC23A SC23B Economics SS04A SS04B Freshman English EN01A EN01B Geometry I-II MA09A MA09B Health PE26A PE26B Junior English EN34A EN34B Senior English EN42A EN42B Sophomore English EN06A EN06B U.S./Arizona Government SS03A SS03B World History/Geography I-II SS21A SS21B All online classes are offered through the Mesa Distance Learning Program (MDLP) with the exception of Health (PE26). MDLP courses have particular hardware and software requirements. All software needs to be installed before the start of the session. Please visit for more details or call for support. Students new to MDLP must complete an Academic Integrity unit before beginning online coursework. To register for an online course, please schedule an appointment with a TUHSD guidance counselor. During the meeting the registration form will be completed and signed by both the parent/guardian and guidance counselor. A copy of the registration form will be forwarded to the Summer Education Academy office for processing. Online courses in the Summer Education Academy require a strong commitment from students. Just like campus-based courses, the timeline for completion is condensed and requires significant time dedicated to coursework each day. To successfully complete and gain mastery of subject matter, students should plan to spend a minimum of five hours per day on online coursework to finish their course and take their final exam before the last day of the session. Incoming freshman are not eligible to enroll in Summer Education Academy online classes. 7 8

5 SUMMER EDUCATION ACADEMY CAMPUS Registration Registration for both sessions begins on Monday, March 4th and continues through May 30th for Session I, and through June 18th for Session II. There are two ways in which to register and pay for the Summer Education Academy. Payment for online classes at any TUHSD bookstore 1) Meeting: Please see a TUHSD guidance counselor. Bring two copies of the registration form to the site bookstore. 2) Payment: Visit any TUHSD bookstore which will provide copies of your payment receipt and will forward a copy of the registration form and receipt to the Summer Education Academy office. 3) MDLP Process: (A) Please visit and select Register Today! to begin the enrollment process. Print the Statement of Awareness form at the end of the process. Computers will be available at each school site for your convenience. (B) Please provide both the payment receipt from the bookstore and the MDLP Statement of Awareness to your guidance counselor. The counselor will send all paperwork to the District Office and complete their portion of the MDLP registration process. (Note: Students taking Health do not need to do step 3.) 4) Registration: Complete the process by submitting information online at: Online payment and registration for online classes 1) Meeting: Please see a TUHSD guidance counselor. A signed copy of the registration form will be sent to the Summer Education Academy office. 2) Payment: Visit select class(es) and follow instructions to pay. A receipt will be ed to the address provided. (Print a Copy) 3) MDLP Process: (A) Please visit and select Register Today! to begin the enrollment process. Print/save the Statement of Awareness form at the end of the process. (B) payment receipt and MDLP Statement of Awareness to their Guidance Counselor (May also provide a printed copy at their school site). The counselor will complete their portion of the MDLP registration process. (Note: Students taking Health do not need to do step 3.) 4) Registration: Complete the process by submitting information online at: If you have questions please contact Marnie Wright at or Additional information Course pace Students are completing approximately one week s worth of school work in one class day. With most of the classes, students will have daily homework. It is the goal of the Summer Education Academy staff to maintain the high educational standards endorsed by the District throughout the summer program. Achieving this goal is a team effort involving the student, teacher and parent. Insurance TUHSD is unable to provide medical insurance coverage for Summer Education Academy students. The parent or guardian is responsible for any medical fees related to a Summer Education Academy injury or illness. Transportation Bus passes may be purchased at the time of registration for $25.00 per session. Round trip bus service is available from the student s home school to Marcos de Niza. Bus schedules will be available in the bookstores at the time the bus pass is purchased. By riding the bus long waiting times and traffic congestion can be avoided. P.E. (Physical Education) class The Summer Education Academy P.E. class is co-ed. Uniforms are not required. Appropriate dress would be comfortable shorts, T-shirt and athletic shoes. Water stations and activity breaks are provided throughout the class period. The activities students participate in are scheduled to be both indoors and outdoors. Seldom will a student spend the entire class day outdoors. Driver s Education Instruction, and up to half the class period, will be spent on a driving simulator. The Summer Education Academy office is NOT able to provide information about the applicability of this experience to insurance discounts, please check with your insurance company regarding any discounts. Student Conduct Summer Education Academy students are expected to conform to the TUHSD Student Conduct - Policy JIC and the policies and regulations outlined in the Student Handbook. This information covers standards of behavior and dress code. No hats, smoking, drugs, alcoholic drinks or weapons will be allowed on campus. The use of electronic devices such as cellular phones, ipods, etc. is prohibited during instructional time. Students are governed by the same rules and policies as the students enrolled in any TUHSD school. Copies of the Student Handbook will be distributed on the first day of Summer Education Academy classes to students who do not normally attend a TUHSD school. 10

6 Frequently Asked Questions My student does not attend a TUHSD school. Can he/she still attend Summer Education Academy? Yes. Students who do not attend, or will not be attending, a TUHSD school are welcome to participate the Summer Education Academy. An additional fee of $25.00 will be added to tuition to cover additional administrative costs. Do classes fill up or get canceled? Yes. Many classes have limitied availability while others may have limited interest. If a class is at capacity, or does not reach a minimum enrollment, we will communicate with the parent/guardian regarding other opportunities or refunds. My student is an incoming freshman. Can he/she take an online course? No. Incoming freshmen are not eligible to take online courses. Do online classes have any special computer requirements? Yes, please visit for more details on specific requirements. Can my student take their final exam early? No, early exams cannot be scheduled and students are required to stay until the 10:00 dismissal. To provide the best testing environment for students there will be no early release of students on the last day of each session. If my student has an absence but it s school or sports related does it still count toward their two allowed absences? Yes, all absences count, whether they are school or sports related. There are no excused absences in Summer Education Academy. Will my student receive confirmation prior to the start of Summer Education Academy informing them of their teacher s name and room number? No, the receipt you received from the bookstore is your confirmation and each student will find out their room number and teacher on their first day of class. Do I need to get a book from the bookstore? No, books are provided for the class by the teacher on the first day of school. Do I need to arrive early on the first day? Yes. Parking and traffic, in particular, cause delays on the first day of each session so students not riding the bus should arrive early. 11 A family of schools A community of learning Tempe McClintock Marcos de Niza Corona del Sol Mountain Pointe Desert Vista Compadre 500 W. Guadalupe Road Tempe, AZ /2013 Please recycle this document

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