STUDENT SUMMER INSTITUTE PROGRAM 2017ELEMENTARY Program for Students in Grades 1-5 in 2016-2017Classes will be offered for students who will be in Grades 1-5 during the 2016-2017 school year.Students must be invited or recommended by the Principal.Program Information:
Principal: Brianne Estep, 925 833 4200 ext 6602 Secretary: Location: Dublin Elementary School Phone: 925.833.1204 Dates: Tuesday, June 13 - Friday, July 7, 2017 Time: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Monday - Friday, No School on Monday-Tuesday, July 3-4
SPECIAL EDUCATION Extended School Year ProgramFor questions related to SPED Summer School, please contact Celina Bretey at 925.833.4200
Principal: Celina Bretey Secretary: Location: Elementary Location: Dublin Elementary School (8:30 - 12:00 PM)Secondary Location: Dublin High School (8:30 - 12:30 PM) Phone: 925.833.1204 Dates: ESY Friday, June 9 - Friday, July 7, 2017, Monday - Friday, No School on Tuesday, July 4 LASS: Friday, June 9 - Friday, July 7, 2017, Monday - Friday, No School on Tuesday, July 4
SECONDARY Program for Students Grades 6Click for ApplicationClasses will be offered for students who will be in Grades 6 during the 2017-2018 school year.Students must be invited or recommended by their teacher or counselor.Program Information
Principal: Holly Ellison, 925 828 6227 ext 6002 Secretary: Location: Dublin High School Dates: Tuesday, June 13 - Friday, July 7, 2017, no school July 4 Times: 8:00 AM - 12: 30 PM
SECONDARY Program for Students Grades 9-12
Click for ApplicationClasses will be offered for students who are needing to make up credits.Program Information
Principal: Holly Ellison, 925 828 6227 ext 6002 Secretary: Location: Dublin High School Dates: Session 1 Tuesday, June 13 - Friday, June 30Corresponds with Semester 1 work Session 2 Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 21 no class July 4Corresponds with Semester 2 workInformation: Refer to the DPIE website at http://www.dpie.org for detailed informationSECONDARY ENRICHMENT Program
Who Can Attend?
- High School students who need credit recovery. Students should work with their counselors.Who may participate?High school students who need credit recovery (Students with grades D or F)Proposed classes:
**There is a $25.00 administrative fee for the classes listed below payable at time of registration**
Students entering 10-12th grade:
(for remediation, not for advancement)
Algebra 1, Algebra II, GeometryEnglish 1, English 2, English 3
World History, US HistoryBiology, Conceptual PhysicsPhysical EducationOnline options may be available
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSHow many days may my student miss from class?
District policy is that in order to earn credit, students may accumulate no more than one (1) absence during each session of summer school.Do tardies count toward absence?
Yes. Three (3) tardies are considered an absence.What if we want to plan a vacation?Plan your vacation around summer school sessions. Again, district policy states that in order to earn credit, students may accumulate no more than one (1) absence during each session of summer school. There are no exceptions.Does my student have to attend the first and/or last day of summer school?Yes. Students that do not attend on the first day may be dropped from class in order to make room for someone on the waiting list. Students are also required to attend the last day of class to complete the class and receive credit.Is there a dress code for summer school?The Board of Trustees believes that appropriate student dress is necessary in order to maintain order, provide a safe and productive learning environment and promote discipline. Dress that draws undue attention to or detracts from the educational process is unacceptable. Shoes are to be worn at all times. Hats, bare midriffs, spaghetti straps and inappropriate shorts are not allowed. Students in violation will be sent home or asked to call a parent to bring appropriate attire.May I bring a visitor to class with me?No. Visitors are not allowed during school hours.Will I receive a notification in the mail to confirm my registration?No. The only communications sent will be if a class is canceled or you are placed on a waiting list. Grades will be posted at the site and online. Report cards will NOT be mailed home.How will I know if my student is in the class?
If you do not hear anything, assume your student is in class. Class lists will be posted on the Friday before classes start.updated March 21, 2017