Summer Academy 2018 - Henrico County Public Schools

Summer Academy 2018 - Henrico County Public Schools

Summer Academy 2018 - Henrico County Public Schools

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Summer Academy 2018 - Henrico County Public Schools
  • 2 Registration begins on April 9, 2018 and ends June 12, 2018
  • No Friday Classes ENRICHMENT CLASSES: Session One - July 9 - July 19, 2018 Session Two - July 23 - August 2, 2018 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Monday - Thursday We hope you will share our enthusiasm for the Elementary Summer Academy 2018. It can be your child’s link to enrichment, exploration, and excitement. If you elect to have your child participate in one of our programs, please register early as space is limited. Return your completed registration form and check (made payable to your home-base school) to your child’s school no later than Tuesday, June 12.

All SummerAcademy enrichment classes will be held at Echo Lake Elementary School. Transportation will be provided from each elementary school to Echo Lake Elementary School. Parents are responsible for transporting their children to and from the bus stop and should remain with their children while waiting for transportation to the Summer Academy site. Expectations for students at Summer Academy bus stops are identical to expectations for students at bus stops during the regular school year. Please note that bus drivers will not be able to wait at elementary schools in the afternoon; therefore, it is imperative that parents arrive promptly to pick up students.

Please review the summer sites and home-base schools. Additional information concerning transportation will be provided to students who enroll. FOOD SERVICE: Lunch will be provided at Echo Lake Elementary free of charge through the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program. MEDICAL INFORMATION pertaining to students who attend Summer Academy must be communicated to the Summer Academy Nurse. All medication, prescription and over the counter, MUST be brought to Summer Academy by a parent/guardian with the prescribed orders. If your student has medication at their home school, the orders may be obtained from that nurse before June 15, 2018 but must be brought to Summer Academy by a parent/guardian.

If you have any questions, please call School Health at (804) 343-6521.

Students are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times and to abide by the HCPS Code of Student Conduct. TUITION: Henrico Resident $85.00, Non-Henrico Resident $200.00 ELEMENTARY SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 ELEMENTARY SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 OFFERINGS - ENRICHMENT CLASSES SESSION 2: JULY 23 - AUGUST 2, 2018 ART ENRICHMENT -This program is designed to foster artistic growth and creative thinking. Students will study art through a variety of 2- and 3-dimensional projects. Various materials will be explored and personal expression will be encouraged! ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 4-5 MUSIC, MOVEMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY - This exciting class offers students an opportunity to participate in a variety of activities in which they will sing, dance, create, explore, and express themselves through music, movement, and technology.

They will be grouped by grade levels (rising grade 1; rising grade 2; and rising grade 3) and will attend three classes each day. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 1-3 STEM-tastic Opportunity! 2-3 Get a jumpstart on mastering STEM skills by participating in creative problem-solving activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics! This course offers an opportunity for boys and girls to work collaboratively while discovering solutions to a variety of hands-on challenges. Students will integrate critical thinking and elements of design as they pursue creative solutions in a highly engaging way.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 2-3 STEM-tastic Opportunity! 4-5 - See description above. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 4-5 3C’s: Create, Code, and think Critically - This exciting course will provide opportunities for students to create and think critically as they explore computer programming! Students will begin by learning the fundamentals of coding and how to use Scratch, a programming language, to create their own interactive stories, games, and animations. They will also use web-based programming applications and input/output devices to design and create a variety of projects.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising grades 4-5 Welcome to DolphinFest 2018! - We are so excited to have new dolphins from around the world join us this year! This year’s convention will be held in beautiful Macapa, Brazil. All dolphins will have access to this lovely city via the Atlantic Ocean. Your task will be to design a dolphin with recyclables and participate in this unique adventure. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising third and fourth grade students identified for gifted services in Henrico County Public Schools. WORLD OF LANGUAGES – FRENCH - Parlez-vous français? Come join the fun as you learn French in a fun and exciting way.

Sing, dance, learn a second language, and make new friends in the process. Explore the world of the French language and culture as you take a virtual trip to Paris and stroll down the Champs-Elysées, climb to the top of the EiffelTower, and eat French pastries.Through an interactive approach, students will learn some basic language while experiencing the culture and customs of the French-speaking world. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 4-5 WORLD OF LANGUAGES – SPANISH - ¡Bienvenidos amigos! Are you ready to learn Spanish in a fun and exciting way? Are you ready to sing, dance, laugh and learn a second language? Explore the world of the Spanish language and culture this summer.

Listen to music, dance the Flamenco, and learn about bull fighting. Through an interactive approach, students will learn some basic language while experiencing the culture and customs of the Spanish-speaking world. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 2-3 SESSION 1: JULY 9 - JULY 19, 2018 ARTS INSTITUTE - This exciting class will offer students an opportunity to participate in a variety of activities in which they will create, explore, and express themselves while learning more about the arts. Students will be grouped by grade levels (rising grade 1; rising grade 2; and rising grades 3 and 4) and will attend an art, music, and movement class each day.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 1-4 BRIDGE BUILDING - During this hands-on class, students will work in teams to develop a company and build bridges! Students will learn about bridge structures and will become “engineers” as they work collaboratively to build bridges using different materials. Teams will compete in a variety of ways including final bridge design, cost, and functionality. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising fourth and fifth grade students identified for gifted services in Henrico County Public Schools.

DIGITAL CREATIONS - During this hands-on class, students will learn how to create digital multimedia projects. Students will explore and demonstrate their creative realms using a variety of applications such as Google Apps, Office, and Adobe products. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising grades 4-5 STEM-tastic Opportunity! 2-3 - Get a jumpstart on mastering STEM skills by participating in creative problem-solving activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics! This course offers an opportunity for boys and girls to work collaboratively while discovering solutions to a variety of hands-on challenges.

Students will integrate critical thinking and elements of design as they pursue creative solutions in a highly engaging way. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 2-3 STEM-tastic Opportunity! 4-5 - See description above. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 4-5 WORLD OF LANGUAGES – FRENCH - Parlez-vous français? Come join the fun as you learn French in a fun and exciting way. Sing, dance, learn a second language, and make new friends in the process. Explore the world of the French language and culture as you take a virtual trip to Paris and stroll down the Champs-Elysées, climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower, and eat French pastries.

Through an interactive approach, students will learn some basic language while experiencing the culture and customs of the French-speaking world. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 2-3 WORLD OF LANGUAGES – SPANISH - ¡Bienvenidos amigos! Are you ready to learn Spanish in a fun and exciting way?Are you ready to sing, dance, laugh and learn a second language? Explore the world of the Spanish language and culture this summer. Listen to music, dance the Flamenco, and learn about bull fighting. Through an interactive approach, students learn some basic language while experiencing the culture and customs of the Spanish-speaking world.

ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS: Rising Grades 4-5

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3 Transportation will be provided from all HCPS elementary schools to and from Echo Lake Elementary each day. Student’s Name _ Date _ _ Last First Middle Current Teacher _ _ Current Grade Level _ _ Current School _ Bus Boarding School _ _ Parent’s Name _ Home Telephone Number _ _ Address _ Work Telephone Number _ _ Parents are responsible for transporting their children to and from the bus stop and should remain with their children while waiting for transportation to the Summer Academy site. Refunds: - No refunds will be given for enrichment classes after June 21, 2018. - Henrico County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel classes for which there is insufficient enrollment.

Refunds will be given for courses which are not offered due to insufficient enrollment. Make check payable to your child’s home-base school and return it with the registration form to your child’s school by the registration deadline, Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Baker Elementary School Phone: 226-8755 Donahoe Fair Oaks Highland Springs* Mehfoud Montrose Selected elementary students will be notified of eligibility to participate in these programs. REACHING HIGHER is a remediation program for rising fourth and fifth grade students who have been identified as needing additional skill and strategy instruction in reading and mathematics.

THE LEARNING EXPRESS is a remediation program for rising first, second, and third grade students who have been identified as needing additional skill and strategy instruction in reading and mathematics.

  • Monday, July 9 - Thursday, August 2, 2018 TIME: 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Additional information and a separate registration form will be sent with the notice of eligibility. HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Elementary Summer Academy 2018 REGISTRATION FORM for ENRICHMENT CLASSES - ELEMENTARY ONLY ECHO LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (For office use only) Tuition Paid _ Date _ _ Receipt Number _ Issued by _ _ _ _ Parent’s Signature *Highland Springs Elementary is for Rising 4th and 5th graders only. Echo Lake Elementary School is the designated site for Elementary ESL and Enrichment classes. Sandston Seven Pines Varina Ward Greenwood Elementary School Phone: 261-2970 Dumbarton Echo Lake Glen Allen Holladay Johnson Lakeside Longan Trevvett Pinchbeck Elementary School Phone: 750-2670 Carver Crestview Gayton Maybeury Pemberton Ridge Skipwith Three Chopt Tuckahoe Ratcliffe Elementary School Phone: 343-6535 Adams Arthur Ashe Chamberlayne Glen Lea Harvie Laburnum Longdale Rivers Edge Elementary School Phone: 935-6760 Colonial Trail Davis Kaechele Nuckols Farm Shady Grove Short Pump Springfield Park Twin Hickory [ ] Art Enrichment 4-5 [ ] Music, Movement, and Technology 1-3 [ ] STEM-tastic Opportunity! 2-3 [ ] STEM-tastic Opportunity! 4-5 [ ] Arts Institute 1-4 [ ] Bridge Building Gifted 4-5 [ ] Digital Creations 4-5 [ ] STEM-tastic Opportunity! 2-3 [ ] STEM-tastic Opportunity! 4-5 [ ] World of Languages - French 2-3 [ ] World of Languages - Spanish 4-5 Enrichment Classes - SESSION TWO - July 23 - August 2, 2018 Enrichment Classes - SESSION ONE - July 9 - 19, 2018 [ ] 3C’s - Create, Code, and think Critically 4-5 [ ] Welcome to Dolphin-Fest 2018 Gifted 3-4 [ ] World of Languages - French 4-5 [ ] World of Languages - Spanish 2-3 ELEMENTARY SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 OFFERINGS - ENRICHMENT CLASSES continued from page 2 ELEMENTARY REMEDIAL COURSES
  • HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENTS ONLY - No Friday Classes Remedial Courses will be held at the following five sites. Transportation will be provided from the feeder schools listed below each site. ELEMENTARY SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 Registration begins on April 9, 2018 and ends June 12, 2018
  • No Friday Classes Current Grade Level
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  • 4 ATTENDANCE AND TARDY REQUIREMENTS: Attendance during Summer Academy 2018 is very important. One day of summer school is equal to approximately one week of regular school. Parents are asked not to make vacation plans which conflict with summer school dates.
  • Students who are absent in excess of three (3) days, EXCUSED OR UNEXCUSED, will be withdrawn from summer school.
  • Three tardies or three early dismissals will be counted as one absence, regardless of the amount of time involved. Any tardy after 10:30 a.m. or any early dismissal prior to 10:30 a.m. will be counted as a half-day absence.
  • There can be NO EXCEPTIONS to this requirement, REGARDLESS OF THE REASONS. MAKE-UP WORK:
  • Make-up work applies ONLY to EXCUSED absences. Obviously, there is no opportunity to make up work beyond three (3) days because if a student misses more than 3 days, excused or unexcused, he/she is withdrawn. (See Attendance/Tardy Requirements above.)
  • In order to be able to make up work on any of the three days allowed, students must bring a valid note signed by a parent or guardian stating the reason for absence. CUMULATIVE TESTS:
  • Students will not be allowed to take cumulative tests early or to make up these tests after the testing period.
  • DISCIPLINE:
  • Summer Academy 2018 is a privilege, not a requirement. There is much to be done in a compressed time frame and, therefore, little time for behavior problems.
  • Students referred to the summer administrator for violations of discipline may be withdrawn from Summer Academy.
  • Copies of the Summer Academy 2018 discipline regulations will be distributed on the first day of the summer session to be signed by both the student and a parent or guardian and returned to the school. Residents and non-residents will follow Henrico County Public Schools Code of Student Conduct.
  • REFUND PROVISIONS:
  • No refunds will be given after June 28, 2018.
  • Henrico County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel classes for which there is insufficient enrollment. Refunds will be given for courses which are not offered due to insufficient enrollment.
  • When a class reaches its maximum enrollment, registrations will be returned in reverse date order.
  • No refunds will be authorized for students withdrawn for disciplinary reasons or excessive absences. RESTRICTIONS:
  • Only students who have successfully completed Grade 8 may enroll in the high school Summer Academy courses.

Online summer courses are not intended for student recovery. FOOD SERVICE: Lunch may be provided free of charge through the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program depending on a site’s eligibility status. Eligibility can vary, so please check with a SummerAcademy coordinator at the site to verify. Students may also have the option to bring in their own snacks. MEDICAL INFORMATION pertaining to students who attend Summer Academy must be communicated to the SummerAcademy Nurse. All medication, prescription and over the counter, MUST be brought to Summer Academy by a parent/guardian with the prescribed orders.

If your student has medication at their home school, the orders may be obtained from that nurse before June 15, 2018 but must be brought to Summer Academy by a parent/guardian. If you have any questions, please call School Health at (804) 343-6521.

Transportation will be provided to each middle school summer location. Buses will pick up students at the elementary schools and locations listed below. Parents must supervise students while on school property. It is not the responsibility of the school division to supervise students that are dropped off early and picked up late at the elementary locations. Middle School General Information Elko Middle School Adams ES Arthur Ashe ES Audubon Village - Wood Thrush Cir Audubon Village - Meadowlark Ct Baker ES Donahoe ES Fair Oaks ES Harvie ES Henrico Arms Apt. Sign & Darbytown Rd Highland Springs ES Math & Science Center Mehfoud ES Montrose ES Oakland Village Apts - Old Bronze Rd & Oakano Dr Sandston ES 11 North Apts @ White Oak - Across from Pool on Kenway Seven Pines ES Varina ES Ward ES Williamsburg Village Apts - Shirleydale Av & Darbytown Rd Holman Middle School Carver ES Colonial Trail ES Gayton ES Kaechele ES Nuckols Farm ES Rivers Edge ES Shady Grove ES Short Pump ES Springfield Park ES Twin Hickory ES Hungary Creek Middle School Crestview ES Davis ES Echo Lake ES Glen Allen ES Greenwood ES Hampstead Av & N.

Crestwood Av Imperial Dr & Sir Walter Dr Lacy La & N. Crestwood Av Longan ES Maybeury ES Pemberton ES Pinchbeck ES Ridge ES Skipwith ES Three Chopt ES Tuckahoe ES Moody Middle School Chamberlayne ES Colonial Apartments - Kirkland Dr & Pony Farm Dr Dumbarton ES Glen Lea ES Holladay ES Johnson ES Laburnum ES Lakeside ES Longdale ES Overlook Apartments - Cliffbrook La & Brook Run Dr Ratcliffe ES Richfield Apartments - Grammarcy Cir & Old Route 301 Trevvett ES Henrico County Public Schools Students ONLY TUITION FREE PENDING ELIGIBILITY Selected students will be notified of eligibility to participate in these programs.

A separate registration form will be sent with the notice of eligibility. Middle School Transportation MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 STUDY SKILLS PROGRAM - Rising Grade 6 The Study Skills Program is designed to prepare rising 6th graders for the rigor of middle school. Students will use SOL resources to develop and enhance study skills, test taking strategies, leisure reading, and classroom performance. Rising Grade 6.

Monday - Thursday (no Friday classes) 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Session I: July 9 - July 19, 2018 Session II: July 23 - Aug. 2, 2018 MATH SUPPORT PROGRAMS These remediation courses (ESSENTIALS OF COURSE 1, ESSENTIALS OF COURSE 2, ESSENTIALS OF COURSE 3, and ESSENTIALS OFALGEBRA1) provide an opportunity to preview and strengthen skills for success in the next level of math. A focus will be placed on basic skills, number sense, and computation and estimation. Monday - Thursday (no Friday classes) 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Session I: July 9 - July 19, 2018 Session II: July 23 - Aug. 2, 2018

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5 Registration for middle school regular academic courses will be accepted through the School Counseling Department at your child’s school prior to June 7, 2018.

All checks should be made payable to the home-base school with student’s name and summer program site on check. Checks will be deposited daily. Registration for the middle school regular academic courses will be held at home schools on June 19, 2018, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and June 20, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. All checks and money orders should be made payable to the home school. Space may be limited.

  • No academic course registrations will be accepted after June 20, 2018. Tuition payment is required upon registration. NO STUDENT MAY BE ENROLLED IN THE SUMMER PROGRAM WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF HIS/HER HOME SCHOOL. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER JUNE 28, 2018.
  • Elko Middle School 5901 Elko Road Sandston, VA 23150 Phone: 328-4110
  • Holman Middle School 600 Concourse Boulevard Glen Allen, VA 23059 Phone: 346-1300
  • Hungary Creek Middle School 4909 Francistown Road Glen Allen, VA 23060 Phone: 527-2640
  • Moody Middle School 7800 Woodman Road Henrico, VA 23228 Phone: 261-5015 HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • Middle School Summer Academy 2018 Registration Henrico County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel classes for which there is insufficient enrollment. (Print legibly with black or blue ink) Student ID Number _ Date _ _ Summer Academy Site (academic/enrichment _ _ Name _ Male [ ] Female [ ] Last First Middle Address _ Birthdate _ _ _ _ City State Zip Name of Parent/Guardian (print _ _ Parent/Guardian Signature _ _ Parent/Guardian E-mail Address _ _ Bus Boarding School _ _ Home Business Emergency Phone _ Phone _ Phone _ _ 2017/18 Home School _ Grade _ _ Prospective 2018/19 HCPS student [ ] Home School _ _ *Does the student have a current IEP ] Yes [ ] No Parent’s comments: (Please use the space below to share information that would be helpful in planning for your child’s academic success _ _ _ _ Please return form and check (made payable to home-base school) to the school counselor at your school prior to June 7, 2018. (For office use only) Tuition Paid _ _ Receipt No _ _ Date _ _ Registrar _ _ Summer Academy Room No _ _ Teacher _ _ Courses approved by Home School: _ _ Signature of School Counselor Registration will not be accepted if not signed by Home School Counselor and parent. COURSE NUMBER AND COURSE NAME DATE New Repeat Please register early as space is imited. ONLINE HPE IS CAPPED AT 500 STUDENTS. ALL STUDENTS WILL HAVE TO ENTER A LOTTERY. SEE DETAILS AT: https://sites.google.com/a/henrico.k12.va.us/online-health-and-pe/home ONLINE HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 9 Registration March 12 - March 23, 2018 Classes May 29 - July 31, 2018 Tuition: $300.00 EARTH SCIENCE, GEOMETRY Registration April 16-27, 2018 Classes June 4 - August 1, 2018 Tuition: $300.00 For current Henrico County Public Schools students only. Session I: June 25 - July 17, 2018 Session II: July 18 - August 9, 2018 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Tuition: $180.00 Henrico Resident, $430.00 Non-Resident GRADE 6, 7 & 8 - REPEAT ONLY: MATH (3110) (3111) (3112) ENGLISH (1109) (1110) (1120) SCIENCE (4105) (4115) (4125) SOCIAL STUDIES (2354) (2355) (2220) MIDDLE SCHOOL COURSE OFFERINGS Monday - Thursday
  • No Friday Classes
  • No Classes on Wednesday, July 4, 2018
  • REGISTRATION DUE JUNE 7, 2018 REGULAR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAM FACILITATED ONLINE SUMMER COURSES MIDDLE SCHOOL REGISTRATION MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 SITES MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 No Classes on Wednesday, July 4th
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  • 6 Classes will be held Monday through Thursday - No Friday Classes - No Classes on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • ESL Summer Academy 2018 Registration ELEMENTARY: Echo Lake Elementary School, July 9 - August 2, 2018, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. SECONDARY: Hungary Creek Middle School, June 25 - July 26, 2018, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Details regarding ESL Summer Academy such as classroom/teacher assignment and bus information will be mailed in late May and/or during the month of June. Please print the following information: NAME OF STUDENT _ Date _ _ Last (Family name) First Middle HOME SCHOOL _ CURRENT GRADE _ LEP LEVEL _ _ DATE OF BIRTH _ MALE OR FEMALE _ Nationality _ Language _ _ ADDRESS _ _ Zip _ Parent’s E-mail _ _ HOME PHONE NO _ WORK PHONE NO _ _ Complete and return to your ESL teacher by May 4, 2018. No late registration forms will be accepted. There will be no on-site registration. Students will not be _ _ accepted once the program begins. Parent’s Name (Please Print) Parent’s Signature ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
  • RISING GRADES 1-12
  • SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 ELEMENTARY: SECONDARY: Location: Echo Lake Elementary School Location: Hungary Creek Middle School Elementary ESL Rising Grades 1-5 Middle School ESL Rising Grades 6-8 Dates: July 9 - August 2, 2018 and High School ESL Rising Grades 9-12 Time: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Dates: June 25 - July 26, 2018 Hours: Elementary classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. Time: 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and end at 12:30 p.m. Hours: Secondary classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m.

Tuition: ESL Summer Academy is tuition free. Grade Levels: All ESL students entering Grades 1 through 12 are encouraged to come to ESL Summer Academy. Students who are currently levels 4 and 5 are not eligible. Priority will be given to students with LEP Levels 1 and 2. Transportation: Buses will pick up students at hub sites, not at the usual bus stops. Bus stops and schedules will be mailed to your home in late May and/or during the month of June. Information: For further information, contact Val Gooss at 652-3742.

Registration: Complete registration form below and return by May 4, 2018 to your ESL teacher.

Cool prizes and fun events for kids, teens and adults! Sign up beginning June 1. 2018 Summer Reading Club henricolibrary.org/src Libraries Rock! 2018 Summer Reading Club Zip

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7 2018 CTE SUMMER POLYTECH Henrico County Career and Technical Education Presents CTE SUMMER POLYTECH for rising 6th - 12th graders Auto Body Repair introduces students to aspects of automotive body repair including minor body repair and proper use of the tools of the trade. Automotive Technology introduces students to the many fields related to the automotive service industry including engine and brake repair. Barbering teaches students the basics of hair, scalp and skin care. Students practice on mannequins to hone their new skills and discover what it takes to operate a barber shop. Computer-Aided Drafting and 3D Animation is an introductory course where students gain an understanding of how to create drawings, 3D models and animations using the latest CAD software.

Computer Systems Technology is an introductory program for students who enjoy building, repairing, or troubleshooting PC computers, basic electronics and networking. Cosmetology teaches students the foundation of the professional care of the hair, skin and nails. Students will practice techniques needed to perform these services in a salon setting environment. Criminal Justice explores the world of modern law enforcement. Learn to use police equipment to solve crimes and keep order. Topics include crime scene investigation, using police tactical gear, fingerprinting and common patrol tactics.

CulinaryArts students participate in creative activities related tofollowingrecipesandcooking.Learnbasicculinarytechniques, menu planning and explore culinary careers. Diesel Technologies introduces students to the fundamentals of diesel equipment technology. Learn basics of diesel vehicles such as firetrucks, school buses and ambulances. Early Childhood Education and Services is ideal for students interested in pursuing the field of education, especially those who have a passion for working with younger children. Students will work directly with preschool aged children enrolled at Springer Preschool Academy.

Electricity & Cabling is designed to introduce students to electricity-related occupations. Basic principles of electricity are stressed with emphasis on residential wiring. Graphic Communications is designed to introduce students to the world of printing. Learn techniques to manage and control production printing using 21st century skills and develop skills in digital composition and printing, wide format printing and collation/binding operations. High Tech Academy (HTA) introduces students to a multi-discipline program offering math, science and engineering. Students work in teams to solve problems incorporating advanced mathematics and science.

Hospitality, Tourism and Catering Students will participate in hands-on cooking demonstrations, learn basic culinary techniques, plan events and explore the hospitality industry including food and beverage (catering), lodging, recreation, travel and tourism.

Legal/Medical Systems Administration is an introductory course for students who want to be legal or medical office workers or specialize in other fields in a legal or medical environment. Students develop skills that prepare them for employment in a variety of legal and medical office environments. Masonry student learns to use, care for, and handle safely the tools, machines, equipment, and materials commonly used in the masonry trade. Nurse Aide is an introduction to the field of nursing focusing on basic nursing skills such as communication, CPR, first aid, and patient care.

STEM: Precision Machining introduces students to the world of STEM through activities using machining technology.

Students learn to lay out and produce projects using a variety of industry standard tools and equipment. Radio Broadcasting and Journalism/Sports Announcing focuses on learning about the Production Studio. Learn about the history of audio editing to various platforms with an emphasis on Adobe Audition. Students will experience the process of digital audio production via handson projects. Pharmacy Technician introduces students to the skills needed to assist pharmacists in the delivery of health care services to clients in a variety of settings. Sports Medicine provides an introduction to the field of sports medicine and athletic training.

Students develop skills in prevention, recognition, assessment, management, disposition, and rehabilitation of injuries. Learn the principles of designing exercise programs for healthy individuals and developing proper diets through the essentials of nutrition.

Veterinary Assistant is an introductory course designed to teach basic skills in animal care and explore animal-related careers. Content includes animal behavior, breeds and species, basic animal anatomy, restraint and handling, feeding/nutrition, animal grooming, facility maintenance and cleaning, and workplace readiness. Web Development/Programming introduces the skills students need to succeed in today’s high-technology marketplace. Automotive Technology introduces students to the different areas involved in auto repair and maintenance. Students will develop an understanding of how a car works and the different facets of car ownership and care.

Computer Systems Technology is an introductory program for students who enjoy building, repairing, or troubleshooting PC computers, basic electronics and networking.

Cosmetology introduces students to the foundation of hair, nail and skin care. Criminal Justice explores the world of modern law enforcement. Topics include crime scene investigation, using tactical gear, and fingerprinting. Early Childhood Education and Services is ideal for students interested in pursuing the field of education, especially those who have a passion for working with younger children. Students will work directly with preschool aged children enrolled at Springer Preschool Academy. Electricity & Cabling is designed to introduce students to electricity-related occupations. Basic principles of electricity are stressed with emphasis on residential wiring.

Radio Broadcasting and Journalism/Sports Announcing focuses on learning about the Production Studio. Learn about the history of audio editing to various platforms with an emphasis on Adobe Audition. Students will experience the process of digital audio production via hands-on projects.

Veterinary Assistant is an introductory course designed to teach basic skills in animal care and explore animal-related careers. This class introduces basic skills and instruction in animal behavior, breeds and species, basic animal anatomy, restraint and handling, feeding/nutrition, animal grooming, facility maintenance and cleaning, and workplace readiness. Courses for Rising 6th-8th Graders (No Credit) Courses for Rising 9th-12th Graders (0.5 Credit) WHEN: JUNE 19 – JULY 12, 2018 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. NO Friday Classes NO Classes July 4, 2018 WHERE: Advanced Career Education Center @ Hermitage 8301 Hungary Spring Road Henrico, VA 23228 804-756-3020 Advanced Career Education Center @ Highland Springs 100 Tech Drive Highland Springs, VA 23075 804-328-4075 COST: $100.00 Henrico Residents Only

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8 Applications will not be processed before April 2, 2018. Rising 9th-12th grade students will be able to receive 0.5 credit from these 4 week courses. Rising 6th-8th grades will not receive credit. (Classes will not be held on Fridays or on Wednesday, July 4th.) Student Name _ Grade level for 2018-19 _ Date _ _ Current School _ Name of HCPS Elementary School nearest to your home _ _ Parent Name _ Parent Email _ _ Primary Phone _ Secondary Phone _ Student Birthdate _ _ Address _ City _ Zip _ _ My student , has my permission to attend the CTE Summer Polytech to be held June 19-July 12, 2018.

Once courses are registered, a confirmation email and forms to be completed prior to the first day of classes will be mailed to your email account. Parent/Guardian Signature _ Date _ _ Please enclose your check or money order. Tuition $100.00. Students registering to attend the ACE Center @ Hermitage should make checks payable to “ACE Center at Hermitage” and mail to 8301 Hungary Spring Road, Henrico, VA 23228. Students registering to attend the ACE Center at Highland Springs should make checks payable to “ACE Center @ Highland Springs” and mail to 100 Tech Drive, Highland Springs, VA 23075.

Online Payment Option: https://osp.osmsinc.com/HenricoVA//default.aspx 2018 CTE SUMMER POLYTECH COURSE OFFERINGS FOR RISING 6th - 12th GRADERS Registration Form No Credit Rising 6th - 8th Grade Students _ Automotive Technology * _ Computer Systems Technology + _ Cosmetology *+ _ Criminal Justice * _ Early Childhood Education and Services ++ _ Electricity and Cabling+ _ Radio Broadcasting and Journalism/Sports Announcing + _ Veterinary Assistant * Summer Polytech has an attendance requirement. Once a student misses two days of class, he/she will be removed from the class. No credit is earned and tuition is forfeited.

Transportation by HCPS will begin on the first day, June 19, 2018. Bus schedules will be sent via email prior to the first day. Be sure that your email address is clearly written on the registration form. Students will be picked up from the elementary school listed on the registration form. 0.5 Credits Rising 9th - 12th Grade Students _____Auto Body Repair + _ Automotive Technology *+ _ Barbering * _ CAD and 3D Animation * _ Computer Systems Technology + _ Cosmetology *+ _ Criminal Justice * _ Culinary Arts * _ Diesel Technologies * _ Early Childhood Education and Services ++ _ Electricity & Cabling + _ Graphic Communications * _ High Tech Academy + _ Hospitality, Tourism and Catering + _ Legal and Medical Systems Administration * _ Masonry + _ Nurse Aide * _ Pharmacy Technician + _ Radio Broadcasting and Journalism/Sports Announcing + _ Sports Medicine * _ STEM: Precision Machining * _ Veterinary Assistant * _ Web Development and Programming* Place a “1” beside your first choice and a “2” beside your second choice.

for ACE Center @ Hermitage + for ACE Center @ Highland Springs ++ Early Childhood Education is held at the Springer Preschool Academy 1003 East Nine Mile Road Highland Springs, VA 23075 PLEASE RETURN ENTIRE REGISTRATION FORM WITH PAYMENT.

9 For students ENROLLED in a summer school course. Writing SOL (English 10): July 17 and 18, 2018. Non-Writing SOL test: July 30, 2018 with expedited retakes on August 1, 2018. Online courses will take the SOL tests on Monday, July 30, 2018 at 10 AM at Tucker High School. For students NOT ENROLLED in a summer school course. High school students who have passed a class but have not passed the associated EOC SOL test(s) needed for graduation will have the opportunity to take one or more tests at Freeman, Tucker, or Varina High Schools. Students who wish to test will either register for and participate in a Project Graduation Refresher course or register to test only.

Project Graduation Sites for this year are Tucker and Varina. Registrations are due to the students’ home school counseling offices by: June 21, 2018. Project Graduation Refresher Course for Summer 2018 Monday-Thursday: English 10 Writing/WorkKeys Business Writing: July 9-12, 2018; test on July 12, 2018 Non-Writing EOC courses & Reading WorkKeys: July 16-26, 2018; tests on July 19 and 26, 2018 Testing dates are as follows: July 12, 2018: WorkKeys Writing (refresher only) July 17: English 10 Writing SOL, MC July 18: English 10 Writing SOL, SP July 19: Refresher Week 1 (Non-Writing SOLs & Reading WorkKeys) July 23: Test only - World History 1, World History 2, World Geography, VA & US History July 24: Test only - Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry July 25: Test only - Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry July 26: Refresher Week 2 (Non-Writing SOLs) July 31: Test only - Reading (English 11) Students new to Henrico County Public Schools from outside the state of Virginia, from a private school, or from home schooling, who have passed an End-of-Course class but have not taken the corresponding SOL test, may also take the tests on the above dates provided they have enrolled with Henrico County Public Schools.

These students must enroll and register to test with their home school no later than June 21, 2018.

Extended School Year (ESY) services are provided only to students with disabilities whose IEP team has determined that such services are required based on the Virginia Department of Education criteria. All ESY services and transportation are provided free of charge as a part of the student’s access to a free, appropriate public education (FAPE), in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004. For more information regarding summer ESY services, please contact your student’s case manager or your child’s school. Economics and Personal Finance is a 4-week rigorous and mathematically intensive course covering economics and personal finance that may require students to spend up to 6 hours per day in order to be successful.

The course satisfies the state’s economics and personal finance requirements as well as the online experience and certification requirements for high school graduation. The W!SE Financial Literacy Certification post exam is administered in the course. Students will receive college credit for this class. Students who successfully complete this class with a C or better and later enroll in Longwood University as a degreeseeking student will receive a 3-credit scholarship.

Required course text: Personal Finance, Turning Money Into Wealth, 7th edition (an earlier edition can be purchased for cost savings) Required course calculator: Any graphing or financial calculator (Texas Instruments BA2+ is recommended) Registration: Tuition: $415 Register at cfr.longwood.edu/EPF Registration April 1, 2018 - June 11, 2018 Contact: Dean Schwartz schwartzdw@longwood.edu (p) 434.395.2835 EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION 2018 SUMMER SOL TESTING Online Economics and Personal Finance through Longwood University for Henrico County High Schools June 18 - July 14, 2018 Students are required to take their final exam on Longwood University’s campus during the last week of the course.

10 High School General Information TRANSPORTATION: The school division does not provide transportation for high school students attending Summer Academy 2018. Parents of high school students are responsible for reliable transportation to and from school. ATTENDANCE AND TARDY REQUIREMENTS: Attendance during Summer Academy 2018 is very important. One day of summer academy is equal to approximately one week of regular school. Parents are asked not to make vacation plans which conflict with summer academy dates.

  • Students who are absent in excess of three (3) days, EXCUSED OR UNEXCUSED, will be withdrawn from summer school for one-credit classes. Only one absence is allowed for semester classes including driver education.
  • Three tardies or three early dismissals will be counted as one absence, regardless of the amount of time involved. Any tardy after 10:30 a.m. or any early dismissal prior to 10:30 a.m. will be counted as a half-day absence.
  • There can be NO EXCEPTIONS to this requirement, REGARDLESS OF THE REASONS. These attendance and tardy requirements are not meant to be punitive.All schools must maintain and enforce a minimum number of student hours per class in order to retain their accreditation.
  • MAKE-UP WORK:
  • Make-up work applies ONLY to EXCUSED absences. Obviously, there is no opportunity to make up work beyond three (3) days because if a student misses more than 3 days, excused or unexcused, he/she is withdrawn. (See Attendance Requirements above.)
  • In order to be able to make up work on any of the three days allowed, students must bring a valid note signed by a parent or guardian stating the reason for absence. EXAMS:
  • Students will not be allowed to take exams early or to make up exams after the exam period. Exams are given on the last day of the course.
  • DISCIPLINE:
  • SummerAcademy 2018 is a privilege, not a requirement.There is much to be done in a compressed time frame and, therefore, little time for behavior problems.
  • Students referred to the summer administrator for violations of discipline may be withdrawn from Summer Academy.
  • Copies of the Summer Academy Discipline Regulations will be distributed on the first day of the summer session to be signed by both the student and a parent or guardian and returned to the school. Residents and non-residents will follow Henrico County Public Schools Code of Student Conduct.
  • REFUND PROVISIONS:
  • No refunds for regular summer courses will be given after June 28, 2018.
  • No refunds will be given to students who drop online Health/PE after May 30, 2018.
  • Henrico County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel classes for which there is insufficient enrollment. Refunds will be given for courses which are not offered due to insufficient enrollment.
  • When a class reaches its maximum enrollment, registrations will be returned in reverse date order.
  • No refunds will be authorized for students withdrawn for disciplinary reasons or excessive absences.
  • No refund will be given to students who drop online core class after June 5, 2018. FOOD SERVICE: Lunch may be provided free of charge through the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program depending on a site’s eligibility status. Eligibility can vary, so please check with a SummerAcademy coordinator at the site to verify. Students may also have the option to bring in their own snacks. MEDICALINFORMATIONpertainingtostudentswhoattendSummerAcademymustbecommunica ted to the SummerAcademy Nurse. All medication, prescription and over the counter, MUST be brought to SummerAcademy by a parent/guardian with the prescribed orders. If your student has medication at their home school, the orders may be obtained from that nurse before June 15, 2018 but must be brought to Summer Academy by a parent/guardian. If you have any questions, please call School Health at (804) 343-6521.

High School Registration High school students should register at the home-base school beginning April 9, 2018 and no later than June 7, 2018 as certain regular summer classes will close (i.e. Physical Education, Driver Education, etc.). See page 11 for online courses registration dates. ALL CHECKS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO THE HOMEBASE SCHOOL WITH STUDENT’S NAME AND SUMMER ACADEMY SITE ON THE CHECK. CHECKS WILL BE DEPOSITED DAILY. Registration for regular summer courses based on space available will be held at each home school on the following dates: Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 8 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. No registrations will be accepted after June 20, 2018. Tuition payment is required upon registration. NO STUDENTMAYBE ENROLLED IN THE SUMMER ACADEMY WITHOUT THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF HIS/HER HOME SCHOOLCOUNSELOR. NO REFUNDS WILLBE GIVENAFTER JUNE 28, 2018. High School Restrictions Online summer courses are not intended for student recovery. Only students who have successfully completed Grade 8 may enroll in the high school Summer Academy courses. Only graduating seniors can take 2 site-based classes. HIGH SCHOOL COURSES TAKEN DURING THE SUMMER WILL BE CALCULATED IN THE STUDENT’S G.P.A.

ONLY ELIGIBLE STUDENTS FROM HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAY PARTICIPATE IN THE THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 2018 GRADUATION CEREMONY AT GLEN ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL AT 7:00 P.M.

P7-06-001 Regular High School Summer School Summer School is offered to high school students of Henrico County in order to provide educational opportunities for them to take credit courses they would not be able to schedule in the regular school program or to take such courses as may help them advance toward graduation. High school students who are not on track to graduate on time may be allowed to take two courses during summer school after review and approval by their school counselor. The summer school program shall meet state requirements for course completion.

Summer SOL Testing - See information on page 9.

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018

  • 11 HENRICO COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
  • High School Regular Summer Academy 2018 Registration Henrico County Public Schools reserves the right to cancel classes for which there is insufficient enrollment. (Print legibly with black or blue ink) Student ID Number _ Date _ _ Summer Academy Site _ _ Name _ Male [ ] Female [ ] Last First Middle Address _ Birthdate _ _ _ _ City State Zip Name of Parent/Guardian (print _ _ Parent/Guardian Signature _ _ Parent/Guardian e-mail address _ _ Home Business Emergency Phone _ Phone _ Phone _ _ 2017/18 Home School _ Grade _ _ Prospective 2018/19 HCPS student [ ] Home School _ _ Eligible to graduate at the conclusion of the current summer session [ ] Yes [ ] No *Does the student have a current IEP ] Yes [ ] No HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAM HIGH SCHOOL TUITION One course Henrico Resident . $ 300.00 Two courses Henrico Resident . $ 450.00 One course Non-Henrico Resident . $ 600.00 Two courses Non-Henrico Resident...$950.00 June 25 - August 2, 2018 Registration: April 9 - June 7, 2018 Freeman High - 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. (morning only) Tucker and Varina High - 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (morning and afternoon classes) Only graduating seniors can take 2 site-based classes.

BUSINESS: Economics and Personal Finance Course No. 6120 1 credit ENGLISH: English 9 Course No. 1130 1 credit English 10 Course No. 1140 1 credit English 11 Course No. 1150 1 credit English 12 Course No. 1160 1 credit MATHEMATICS: Algebra I Course No. 3130 1 credit Algebra II Course No. 3135 1 credit PSC Geometry Course No. 3143 1 credit SCIENCE: Biology I Course No. 4310 1 credit Biology II Course No. 4320 1 credit Earth Science Course No. 4210 1 credit SOCIAL STUDIES: World History & Geography I Course No. 2219 1 credit World History & Geography II Course No. 2221 1 credit VA & US History Course No.

2360 1 credit VA & US Government Course No. 2440 1 credit WORLD LANGUAGES: Spanish I Course No. 5510 1 credit Spanish II Course No. 5520 1 credit HEALTH & PHYSICAL Health & Physical Educ. 9 Course No. 7300 1 credit EDUCATION : Health & Physical Educ. 10 Course No. 7400 1 credit Parent’s comments: (Please use the space below to share information that would be helpful in planning for your child’s academic success _ _ Please return form and check (made payable to home-base school) to the school counselor at your school by June 7, 2018. (For office use only) Tuition Paid _ _ Receipt No _ _ Date _ _ Registrar _ _ Summer Academy Room No _ _ Teacher _ _ Courses approved by Home School: _ _ Signature of School Counselor Registration will not be accepted if not signed by Home School Counselor and parent.

  • ONE FRIDAY CLASS July 6, 2018
  • SCHOOLS CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 2018 SEMESTER COURSES DRIVER EDUCATION Course No. 7040 1/2 credit Freeman, Tucker and Varina High Tuition: $150.00 Resident, $390.00 Non-Resident Choose One: June 25 - July 12, 2018 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. July 16 - August 2, 2018 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Valid Virginia learner’s permit required on first day of class. Only one absence is allowed for this class. Course schedule includes classroom instruction, simulation, and multiple-car-range driving. Students are required to attend the last day of class.

In-car 3-hour road testing (BTW) must be scheduled after completion of course and when age eligibility requirements are met.

An additional licensing fee will be collected separately. FACILITATED Online Summer Courses 2018 Please register early as space is limited. Earth Science, Geometry, U.S. History, Government and English 12 Economics and Personal Finance (restricted to rising 10th and 11th graders and rising 9th grade Specialty Center Students) Online Course Timeline June 4, 2018 - August 1, 2018 Registration Dates - April 16, 2018 - April 27, 2018** Orientation: June 4; Mid-term: June 28; Final: Aug. 1, 2018 Health and Physical Education 9 & 10 Classes - May 29 - July 31, 2018 Registration Dates - March 12 - March 23, 2018 ONLINE HPE IS CAPPED AT 500 STUDENTS.

ALL STUDENTS WILL HAVE TO ENTER A LOTTERY. SEE DETAILS AT: https://sites.google.com/a/henrico.k12.va.us/online-health-and-pe/home Henrico Resident Tuition: $300.00 Make checks payable to the home school. **Summer online core course registration forms, course syllabi and expectations will be available from highschoolcounselorsApril16,2018,ormaybereviewedat:http://henricoschools.us /summer-academy/ Current Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) students accepted in an online course will keep HCPS issued Dell laptops until end of summer course.

COURSE NUMBER AND COURSE NAME DATE New Repeat Freeman High School 8701 Three Chopt Road Henrico, VA 23229 Phone: 673-3700 Tucker High School 2910 Parham Road Henrico, VA 23294 Phone: 527-4600 Varina High School 7053 Messer Road Henrico, VA 23231 Phone: 226-8700 No Classes on Wednesday, July 4th HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 OFFERINGS HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY 2018 SITES For current Henrico County Public Schools students ONLY.

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