Each day teachers will cover over a week of material that would be taught during the regular school year. Therefore, daily attendance is required. Any student who misses more than 2 days per semester course (1 day for Driver Education), will NOT receive credit for that semester course. Please do not ask for special consideration.
ALL STUDENTS MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE ON THE LAST DAY OF EACH SEMESTER TO TAKE THE FINAL EXAM. (STUDENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE EXAM EARLY.) STUDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE “CUTTING” OF A CLASS ON EXAM DAYS MAY RESULT IN THE FAILING OF THAT CLASS FOR THE SEMESTER.
TARDINESS TO CLASS:
All students are to be in their classrooms when the period begins at 7:45 a.m. A student who is tardy to class 5 times will be dropped from class. After 15 minutes late to class a student is considered absent.
Summer school courses cover a great deal of material in a short time; consequently, students must study both during the school day and outside of school time. Books are to be taken home each day. No corridor lockers are to be used.
Students who are taking courses for credit will receive the same type of grades as given during the regular school year.
LEAVING THE BUILDING:
Students are not to leave the school building unless they are leaving the school grounds for the day. Students must notify the summer school office before leaving the building.
Any student who drives to school must observe all driving regulations and all safety regulations. Permission to drive a car to school may be revoked at any time in the interest of safety and attendance.
All bicycles must be left in the bike racks in front of the building. Be sure to lock your bike. No skateboards are allowed on school grounds. Roller blades may not be worn in the school building.
During the summer, guidance will be available for any student who needs assistance with classes.
Any student who smokes, possesses, or uses tobacco in the building or any place on the school grounds will be issued a citation by the Libertyville Police Department, and may be dismissed from Summer School.
Students requiring accommodations due to an IEP or 504 Plan should contact their case manager prior to enrolling in summer school. Accommodations available during the school year are not always available during summer
CITIZENSHIP AND DRESS:
Students are in summer school voluntarily. They are expected to maintain a wholesome attitude toward learning. Students who do not maintain good school citizenship may be dismissed from school without refund and without credit. Students in summer school will be expected to conduct themselves and to dress in the same manner as acceptable during the regular school year.