Summer School Attendance Line: 708-745-5261
District 230 believes that summer learning opportunities are important supplements or extensions of the regular school year. District 230 students may choose to enroll in one or more summer classes for credit or non-credit opportunities. The links below will take you to the summer offerings:
STUDENTS’ SUMMER SCHOOL SCHEDULE & GRADES
Click on the following Skyward Family Login Link to view your Summer School Schedule. Incoming 9th Graders will receive their login information for their schedule on the first day of Summer School.
Grades are available approximately one week upon completion of the course in Skyward by signing in to the Family Login Link. Once you log-in to Skyward, click on the “Gradebook” tab to locate the student’s grade.
|Summer Courses||Online Courses||Enrichment Courses|
Summer credit courses are held at Carl Sandburg High School located at 13300 S. LaGrange Road, Orland Park, IL. A shuttle bus is available from Stagg and Andrew to Sandburg for $25.00 per session.
Summer Driver Education sessions are available at all three campuses.
|Registration||Session 1||Session 2|
|Open to students residing within D230 boundaries||February 1, 2016|
|Open to students not residing in D230 boundaries||February 22, 2016|
|May 24, 2016|
|1||June 13, 2016 – June 30, 2016||Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday||8:00 am – 1:30 pm||Semester 1 Credit Recovery Courses|
|2||July 11, 2016 – July 28, 2016||Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday||8:00 am – 1:30 pm||Semester 2 Credit Recovery Courses|
– Registration forms can be obtained at school or you can download and print it here: SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM
– Transportation is offered to and from Andrew and Sandburg for a fee. Fill out this form for transportation: SUMMER TRANSPORTATION
– Students should check with their guidance counselor to ensure they register for the correct course and with questions about summer courses. The guidance office information can be located here: Sandburg, Stagg, Andrew
– Payment for classes should be made to the cashier in each building. Questions about payment can be made here: Sandburg, Stagg, Andrew
– Questions about registration should be directed here: Sandburg, Stagg, Andrew
Class sizes are limited; spots are filled on a first come/first serve basis. If there are not enough students (minimum 15) to run a full face-to-face course, students will be placed in an online course which will be computer-based; however, students will still be required to attend daily and meet with a face-to-face teacher who will oversee the online learning process. The online learning course is highly self-directed through a course suite called Edgenuity. Students will be notified prior to the start of their summer session to indicate that they have been placed in an Edgenuity course. A student may also choose to drop if he/she does not want to take the course in this format.
Additionally, there are two teacher-led online courses available to students: Online Government and Online Health. These courses are teacher-led through the Canvas Learning Management System. Students meet face-to-face on a limited basis to take exams and meet with the instructor, but the majority of work and communication with the teacher is done online away from school.
Summer School Attendance Policy
Summer school is divided into two sessions. Each session is the equivalent of a semester of work in the regular school year earning students .5 credits for satisfactory completion. Because summer school is a concentrated program, regular attendance is required.
– Classes begin promptly at 8:00 am
– Students will be dropped upon the 3rd (third) absence regardless of reason
– Fees will be forfeited for any student dropped from summer school for attendance/disciplinary reasons
– Attendance is mandatory for all students on the last day of each session to complete final exams.
Click on the icons below to view summer school course offerings: