Summer School Information
Mountain Home High School will be offering summer school classes to help students with credit recovery.
ONE FOUR WEEK SESSION: June 3, 2013-June 28, 2013
Block 1: 9:00-12:00 (English II & PE will run only three weeks, freom 8:00-12:00)
Block 2: 1:00-4:00pm
Eligibility: Open to all students
Fees: $85.00 per credit for in-district students who do not meet the “at-risk” criteria and do not have forms approved by a school counselor. Fees are waived if “at-risk” criteria are met as outlined by the Idaho State Board of Education and are approved by school counselor and verified by the State Department.
Open Registration: Registration packets can physically be dropped off at the high school during any regular school day before 4:00 p.m. May 31, 2013. Forms must be complete, signed by your counselor, and include full payment. Payment may be made by check, cash, or money order. For Registration after May 31, 2013, see attendance policy below. Checks should be made to MHHS.
Refunds: A full refund will be given prior to the first day of class. No refund will be given on or after the first day of class.
2013 Summer School Offerings
Class Schedules Posted: Friday, May 31 after 6:00 pm on the front doors of MHHS
Transportation: Students are responsible for transportation arrangements.
The summer school attendance policy will be strictly enforced. DO NOT sign up for summer
school if you cannot meet the attendance requirement. If students acquire more than two
absences, they will lose credit in that course. Activities such as summer camps, vacations,
and reunions will not be excused. No pre-approved absences will be granted by summer school
staff. Finals must be taken at scheduled times. The option of make-up finals will not be
offered. With this in mind, please plan vacations, camps, and other activities after the last day
of the session(s).
· Session one will run from June 3, 2012 through June 28, 2012.
All Mountain Home School District rules and policies outlined in the Mountain Home School District’s High School handbooks will be in effect during summer school. Any rule violation that would result in suspension during regular day school will result in removal from summer school. Mountain Home Summer School is an extension of the regular school year. Students’ prior disciplinary records will be considered if disciplinary action is necessary during summer school. If a student is disciplined during summer school, this may impact students’ attendance rights the following year in his/her regular school. Please pay particular attention to the following rules which will be strictly enforced:
1. No fighting. Any student involved in a fight or confrontation will be removed or suspended from summer school.
2. No food is permitted in classrooms.
3. No profanity or other inappropriate language will be tolerated.
4. No hats are allowed in the school building between the hours of 7:40 am-4:00 pm
5. All students are expected to comply with each teacher’s classroom management plan and follow directions at all times. Two (2) discipline referrals in one class will result in withdrawal from that class.
6. Any two (2) referrals during the summer session will result in removal from summer school.
7. Mountain Home School District dress code will be strictly enforced.
8. Any use/possession of alcohol, tobacco or drugs will result in immediate removal from summer school and local law enforcement will be notified.
Tardies: A student is tardy if he/she walks in a class after the late bell rings and up to ten (10) minutes thereafter. After ten (10) minutes, the student is considered absent. Three (3) tardies will equal one (1) absence.
Lunch: Lunch will not be provided during summer school sessions.
Food and Drink: Food and drink (except water) are not allowed in the classroom.
Report Cards: Students will be given a report card after the completion of their session(s). Grades will be updated on student transcripts in September.
Final Exams: The final day of class will be exam day. No early exams will be given.
Class Schedule: Class schedules will be posted at Mountain Home High School on Friday, May 31 after 6:00 pm. Individual schedules will be available at 8:00 am on Monday, June 3rd before the first block.
Course Offerings: All course offerings are tentative. Classes with fewer than 10 students may be canceled. You will be notified in the event a class is canceled.
*** It is important that students consult with their counselor regarding their choice of classes so they can fulfill graduation requirements. Please take time to make sure no mistakes are made on the registration form to ensure proper class placement and credit.