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High School Summer Learning Programs

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is excited to share information about our summer learning programs.  Through our Personalized Learning Initiatives, SRVUSD is expanding educational opportunities for students during the summer months. These options are only available to students beginning  the second semester of their 8th grade year.

 

The 2018 high school school summer learning options include:

  • Offer SRVUSD high school summer school courses beyond remediation. High school students will be able to take SRVUSD summer classes to advance and fulfill graduation requirements.

  • Accept accredited non-district courses to meet SRVUSD advancement or graduation requirements and be included on official transcripts.

  • Partner with Diablo Valley College to host summer courses on SRVUSD campuses.

 

ONLY students currently enrolled in SRVUSD are eligible to register and take the summer school courses.

 

It is important for parents/guardians to let the district know what courses students are planning on taking this summer in order for SRVUSD counselors to plan the fall schedule.  Please do this by clicking on the appropriate link in the boxes below. 

Important note to parents of 8th grade students

  • 8th grade students are eligible to begin the advancement process beginning the second semester of their 8th grade year, and not before. (7th grade students are not eligible.)
  • Courses that are going to be used to fulfill graduation requirements  (i.e. Algebra 1 and Biology) cannot be completed before the end of the 8th grade year. 
  • In order to be counted as a graduation requirement, courses must be completed AFTER the student finishes their 8th grade year.  For current 8th graders, coursework must not begin until January of 2018 and cannot be completed until June 2, 2018 or later.
  • Course enrollment dates will be checked during the application approval process. Courses that begin prior to the beginning of the second semester will not be approved.
  • Course end dates will be checked upon official transcript submission.  Courses that end prior to the completion of the 8th grade year will not be accepted for graduation requirement fulfillment and cannot be placed on the high school transcript.

Program #1 - SRVUSD High School Summer School Information

SRVUSD Summer School Course Information

Where: California High and Charlotte Wood Middle School campuses

When: June 11 - July 20  (no school on Friday, June 29 or Wednesday, July 4)

 

  SRVUSD Summer School Presentation

 


Summer School Course Drop Deadlines and Drop Grade Information


The last day to drop a summer school advancement course without it going on the student’s transcript is 6/22/18. Please contact the following individuals to drop a student:

A student will receive a NM (No Mark) on their transcript if they drop the course during the third week but before the final exam is taken.

 


How many days of summer school can my student miss?


We strongly discourage students from missing any days of summer school due to the compressed timeline. However, we know this is not always possible.  For remedial summer school classes and non-hybrid learning advancement classes (see list below), students can only miss one day per session. For hybrid learning advancement classes, students can miss up to 3 days over both sessions.  Any work assigned during a student’s absence is the student’s responsibility to make up.  All students must show up on the first day or they will be dropped from the class. Students who miss more than the allotted number of days will also be dropped from the course.

 

Hybrid Learning Advancement Courses

Algebra 1 Advancement

Algebra 2 Advancement

Health/World Geo Advancement

World History Advancement

English 12 Advancement

 

Remedial Courses and Non-Hybrid Learning Advancement Courses

Biology Remediation

Chemistry Remediation

US History Remediation

World History Remediation

English 9 Remediation

English 10 Remediation

English 11 Remediation

Algebra 1 Remediation

Algebra 2 Remediation

Geometry Remediation

High School Math

PE9 Advancement

Art 1 Advancement

Vs.net Advancement

 


Exceptions to Hybrid Class Schedule 


  • Week of June 25 - Classes will meet Monday, 6/25, Wednesday, 6/27, and THURSDAY, 6/28 (no school on Friday, 6/29)
  • Week of July 2 - Classes will meet Monday, 7/2, THURSDAY, 7/5, and Friday, 7/6 (no school on Wednesday, 7/4)

Informational email sent to parents on 5/31 


On behalf of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, we look forward to having your child spend part of the upcoming summer learning with us!  Below is important information regarding the summer school program:

 

  • Schedule – Your child’s summer school schedule, including location and time, can be found by logging into the parent portal [https://srvusd.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/sanRamon.jsp)
    • Go to the school calendar drop down menu at the top left of the page and click on either “Summer School Charlotte Wood” or “Summer School California High”
    • Click on the schedule tab located on the lefthand side of the screen (if the schedule is empty, choose the other summer school option from the drop down menu)
    • If you or your student have issues with the portal login, please email portalhelp@srvusd.net
  • Scheduling or Other Changes will be addressed on the first day of summer school at the summer school campus.  
  • Dates – Summer school starts on June 11!  Please see the summer learning programs web site (Summer Learning Programs SRVUSD) for additional information on important dates and attendance policies.
  • Times.  All remedial and non-hybrid advancement courses (PE9, Art 1, and vs.net) start at 8:00 a.m. and end at 12:40 p.m. Monday – Friday.  Hybrid learning advancement course start times should be reflected on your child’s schedule.  Period 1 = 8:15 – 10:15 and Period 2 = 10:30 – 12:30.
  • Hybrid Learning Model Courses –  Students registered for advancement courses in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Health/World Geography, World History and English 12 will be using an on-line learning system called Edgenuity. On Monday, June 4 you will be receiving login information for Edgenuity.  Students can login to Edgenuity and begin the classes if they want to get a head start but it is not a requirement.
  • Spanish – Unfortunately, we had to drop the Spanish summer school course due to low enrollment numbers. 
  • Waitlists – If your student’s schedule is empty in the campus portal and they intended to enroll in a remedial class, they have been put on the waitlist.  We will contact parents if additional spots open. 

Program #2 - Summer Advancement/Graduation Requirement Fulfillment via Outside Institutions

 


Advancement via Outside Institutions


The deadline to register for the SRVUSD Advancement program was June 25 and the application has been deactivated.  

 

Click HERE to add your name to the Wait List.  

(You do not need a Learning Stream account to add your name to the wait list and you do not need to provide proof of enrollment at this late date.  You will just need to turn in your official transcript by August 17 to prove you completed the course.)


 

The deadline has passed to submit an advancement application or to add additional documentation to your Learning Stream account. (Unless you are submitting proof of enrollment for NUVHS Part B courses.  That deadline is July 10th. Click here to log in to add proof of enrollment for Part B.)

 

As advancement applications were processed, students/parents were notified (via the email that was noted on the application),  if  additional documentation was necessary in order to approve the application. In some cases, multiple emails were sent.  The deadline to submit additional documentation was Friday, June 29. If the necessary documentation was not sent,  the application will be cancelled.   

 

If your student is still planning to complete the course, you can add their name to the above Wait List and your request for the next level course will be considered if there is space available..  The counselors at your student’s high school will notify you if/when a change will be made to your student’s schedule.  However, this may not happen until after school starts, so please be patient as the counselors try to accommodate your request. The August 17 transcript deadline will still apply. Please write the words “Wait List” on the transcript’s sealed envelope when it is dropped off so they will know your student is on the Wait List.

 

 

Transcript information: Upon completion of the course, hand-deliver an official, unopened transcript to the counseling office to your student's high school no later that Friday, August 17.

 

 


Graduation Requirement Fulfillment via Outside Institutions


 

The deadline to register for the SRVUSD Graduation Requirement Fulfillment program was June 25 and the application has been deactivated.

 

Reminder: Any course taken to fulfill a graduation requirement MUST be placed on the SRVUSD transcript.  Students are limited to 4 classes (40 credits) over their four years of high school. Schools will share more information about this process in September.

 

Program #3 - SRVUSD and DVC Summer School Partnership

SRVUSD/DVC Courses for Advancement and/or Graduation Requirement Fulfillment

 

Important Note: Our Intent to Enroll form was only used to gauge interest in DVC courses so we could let DVC know how many students are interested in each course for planning purposes. It did not enroll students for the course. 

 

Where:  California High School and Charlotte Wood Middle School Campuses

When:  June 18 - July 26

Session 1 - 8:15 am - 10:20 pm

Session 2 - 10:30 am - 12:35 pm

Courses being offered:

  • Geometry - MATH 114
  • Statistics - MATH 142
  • American Sign Language (ASL) - SIGN 280
  • Introduction to Business - BUS 109

Please do not call DVC for additional information.


DVC Enrollment Procedures for High School Students

 

Click here for Detailed Instructions on enrollment in Summer DVC Geometry courses

 

Step 1 - APPLY TO DVC: Apply by submitting an online application at Open CCC.

Step 2 - COMPLETE Special Admission Recommendation Form - Please note that this form must be signed by the student's high school principal (or designee), the student and a parent or guardian so plan ahead!  Bring this form with you to the first day of class if you are 10th grade or below.

 

CLEAR PREREQUISITES, if interested in taking MATH-114 or MATH-142 prior to submitting the Special Admissions Recommendation Form (in Step 2).

 

Ways to Clear the Prerequisites:

  • For MATH-114 (Geometry) – Take ISSA (DVC’s online Math Assessment.) Once the assessment is completed, SAVE and PRINT the results and attach the results to the completed  Special Admission Recommendation Form
  • For MATH-142 (Statistics) – Turn in the completed Prerequisite Equivalency Form to the DVC -San Ramon Campus Admissions and Records Office with a copy of the student’s transcript showing TWO COMPLETED SEMESTERS of Algebra II.  Please allow 2-3 business days for processing.  If the student is currently in Algebra II, they can sign up for an in-person Math assessment at either of the DVC campuses.

In order to be eligible to participate in Program #3 - SRVUSD and DVC Summer School Partnership students must have a DVC ID #  (you will receive this within 48 hours of applying) and have completed the necessary prerequisites by JUNE 12th to be considered for enrollment. 

 

 

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