Vision: To provide direct, individualized services to students that enhance achievement and develop competencies necessary for academic and personal development, leading to career and college readiness for
Summer will be offered at Havelock High School this year from Jun 19 - July 20, 2017 for a total of 64 contact hours per credit recovery course.
Classes will be held: June 19 - 24, June 26 - 29, July 5 -6, July 12 - 15, and July 19 - 20.
There are two sessions that students may attend.
Morning Session - 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
Afternoon Session - 12:30p.m. to 4:30p.m.
Students must be on time and mustattend every day in order to earn credit for their course. If a student is late or misses a day. They will be dropped from the Summer School program and their course(s) will be scheduled to be retaken in the next school year.
Students may take up to two credit recovery courses (a course that has been taken and failed) during Summer School based on seating availablity.
Career and Technical Education courses are not offered in Summer School.
All courses are taken using the OdysseyWare Smarter Online Learning program.
Students are required to attend all sessions in which they are enrolled, as well as complete all course work with a score of 60 or above as well as any other necessary requirements in order to earn credit for their courses.
There is a lunch break each day from 12:00p.m. to 12:30p.m. Students may bring lunch from home and eat in the cafeteria. Students may not leave campus if they are returning for the afternoon session.
Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from Summer School.
Summer School is offered free of charge to students.
All Havelock High School and Craven County Schools expectations, rules and policies apply to Summer School.
Criteria to Attend Summer School
A student may attend Summer School if he/she has failed a class with a final grade of 50 or above. If the final grade for the class was less than a 50, the student is not eligible to attend Summer School. He/She will be required to retake the course the next school year.
Any Senior needing credit to graduate has priority over all other students. Juniors who need credit recovery to assist them in meeting graduation requirements in the upcoming year are second in priority. The third priority are for students who have failed courses with a grade of 50 or better- space available basis.
There are only 50 seats in the morning session and 50 seats in the afternoon session. A student may only take one class per session.
A student may not take an EOC course (Math 1, English 2, Biology) unless they have taken and passed the NC State EOC Final Exam.
A student may apply for Summer School and may not be accepted to attend. Acceptance is based on need, following the above criteria.
Students must have been enrolled in Havelock High School during the 2016-2017 school year in order to attend summer school.