Spring 2021 Credit Recovery Program
The opportunity for high school students to remediate one course will be offered in the Spring semester of 2021. The 2021 Spring Remediation Program is offered so that students may remediate a course in which they received a grade of NC in Semester 1.
Space in this program may be limited. Priority will be given to 12th-grade students who need credits to graduate, and then to 11th, 10th, and 9th-grade students, respectively, and in order of date enrollment request received. Families with students who wish to participate in this program will be encouraged to complete the enrollment request form as soon as possible. The enrollment application is due Feb 10th.
Note: 12th-grade students who need to remediate a CR for college admission should seek guidance from their high school counselor.
Dates/times of Synchronous Zoom Class Meetings
February 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25
March 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 31
April 1, 13, 14, 15 (23 total class meetings)
All sessions meet from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm via Zoom (In-person attendance may be made available if conditions improve)
In addition to the synchronous meetings students will be required to complete an average** of 40 hours of asynchronous lessons, practice, reading, projects, assessments, and other learning activities.
**Some students may work for more than 40 hours some students may work for less, depending on current level of proficiency.
Structure of the Program
- Until health conditions permit all classes are online and will have 3-hrs of synchronous instruction weekly. In addition, office hours and tutoring are available.
- Small class sizes
- Synchronous (Zoom) and asynchronous instruction
- Mandatory synchronous attendance required
- Edgenuity online platform will be utilized
- In-person proctored final assessment by appointment *If conditions allow** Exemptions made for students with medical considerations
- If conditions improve, in-person attendance of some sort may be required
- Students must maintain Adequate Academic Progress: 11.5% of the course must be completed per week
- Students who do not maintain weekly Adequate Academic Progress may be dropped from the course with no record on the transcript
- Semester 1 Temporary Grading Scale in place: A, B, C, CR, NC