Summer remediation runs June 24-July 25. Students are expected to attend all classes and arrive on time. There are no excused absences. More than two (2) absences will result in dismissal from Summer Remediation. Two instances of tardiness equal one (1) absence. The final grade in a course will be computed on the basis of daily work, class participation and a final exam or project work. Final grade reports will be sent to parents upon completion of the course.
Students are expected to dress neatly. Khaki shorts, t-shirts and sneakers are permissible; mesh shorts, sleeveless shirts, and flip-flops are not allowed. Students are responsible for the books loaned to them during summer school remediation. If materials are not returned at the end of the course, the student will incur the cost. No reports will be issued until the obligation is resolved.
Under no circumstances can a Regents review course replace summer school remediation. If you have questions regarding summer school remediation contact Mrs. Michele Battin at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via voicemail at 200-0219.
Please note: If you wish to remediate at another school or within your district, you must first receive approval from the principal’s office at 200-0210. Click below to access the 2019 summer school remediation form.
|Summer Remediation Courses||Time / Schedule (6/24 - 7/26) *||Location|
Mon. through Thurs. 9:00-10:15 am (6/25 - 7/26)
|ALG II / TRIG||
|ENGLISH 9, 10, 11||
|SPANISH 1 and 2||
|GLOBAL 9 and 10||
|*Note: Algebra and Alg. 2 Trig remediation will begin on Tuesday, June 25, 2019.|
|*Note: Global 9 and 10 remediation will be Monday through Friday beginning on June 24th and|
|concluding on July 26th. The Global remediation will be 1 hour, Monday through Friday.|
|*Note: Spanish 1 and 2 remediation will begin on Friday, June 28th. This class will be Monday|
|through Friday for weeks 1, 2, 3, and will conclude on Thursday, July 25.|