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Registration is closed for all programs. If you have any questions regarding enrollment please contact:. The elementary summer program will be by invitation only. The district is focusing on students who are struggling in reading and mathematics. Sites will review invited students based on reading and math assessments given this school year.
The summer program will have an intervention and enrichment component to give the student a well rounded and balanced experience. Students who are not struggling, but have limited opportunities and are identified as socio-economically disadvantaged, will be offered a program at a third elementary school that will focus on enrichment activities.
For questions regarding enrollment, contact Wendy Velez. The middle school program will focus on enrichment opportunities for students.
Students will be able to take three elective courses. This year summer school will be offered in person for kick-start credit or credit recovery. Session one will be offered June 14 through July 2, and session 2 will be offered July 6th through July 23rd. Students can take one kick-start general education course per semester or two credit-recovery classes per session.
Kick-start courses offer students an opportunity during the summer to take both credit or non-credit courses. For-credit courses help students lighten the regular school year course load and to access an in-person instruction opportunity over one total of 5 credits. Due to high demand to provide all students with the opportunity to take a summer course, there is a limit of one credit course over the summer.
Please note that Living Skills will be offered online both sessions and is only available to rising seniors. Non-credit courses are provided as supplemental courses not typically offered as part of the course catalogue. Language immersion courses are offered without credit. No credit or grades will be awarded for completion of these courses.
Credit-recovery courses offer the opportunity to recover 2 courses per session up total of 20 credits. Maximum Graduation Credits Earnable: A student may earn a maximum of 80 units of credit toward graduation in any given school year. This includes summer school and any courses taken off campus.
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ID Portal Let's Talk. Ellen Fletcher Frank S. Greene Jr. Jane Lathrop Stanford. Henry M. Gunn Palo Alto. Search Clear. Palo Alto Unified School District. District Home. Search Menu. If you have any questions regarding enrollment please contact: Administrative Assistant: Natalie Skelton for all high school programs. Administrative Assistant: Wendy Velez for elementary and middle school. Course Catalog and Schedule.
For those unable to register online paper registration forms for the General Program will be available at the district office beginning the week of March 8th. Bridge to Algebra course registration and information is coordinated at the site level though your student's counselor. Counselors will register students who are credit deficient. Families do not need to contact counselors. You will be able to take and complete up to four semester's worth of credits 20 total this summer. Two semesters during Session 1 and two semesters during Session 2.
Note: You do not need to participate in both sessions or both classes offered per session, if you do not need to recover that many credits.Candy Halbig in Sunnyvale, CA presents Mary Kays' Dont Look Away Campaign
Updated schedule for summer Period Times Class 1 am Lunch pm Class 2 pm Please note that school counselors and our Summer School Admin team will reach out to students and families with notifications of enrollment before the end of May Enrollment in credit recovery classes is determined and prioritized by student credit deficiency and graduation year. Summer Principal, Courtney Carlomagno. For questions regarding enrollment, contact Natalie Skelton. Kick-start Program Registration will be open from March 12 - April 1 for all classes.
Living Skills is limited to rising seniors and is a separate registration. Economics will be offered through UC Scout, and is also a separate registration. Kick-start Course Catalog. This will not be first come, first served. Your request will be noted by our administrative staff and your enrollment status pending. Enrollment confirmation for Kick start will be sent at the end of April.
For those unable to register online paper registration forms for the General Program will be available at the district office, beginning March 12, Registration is closed for all programs: Elementary, Middle and High School.Palo alto california adult dating
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