Summer School for Middle and High School Credit Recovery

2016 Summer School Orientation Letter.pdf

To register for Summer School, contact the school counselor. 

2016 Cabell County Schools Grades 6-12 Credit Recovery Summer School Fact Sheet


Huntington East Middle School

Beginning Date

Tuesday, June 21, 2016;

Orientation Thursday, June 16, Cafeteria: Grades 6-8, 9:00 AM; Grades 9-12, 11:00 AM

Ending Date

Thursday, July 21, 2016


Grades 6-8: No Cost

Grades 9-12: Regular Price: $75 One Class; $125 Two Classes; $150 Three Classes

Reduced/Free Lunch Price: $40 One; $60 Two; $75 Three

ALL FEES ARE PAYABLE BY JUNE 17, 2016 . Drop payments off at the Central Office during registration on June 6-8.  If payment is not made, a collection agency will be notified. This includes students who register, attend, and then drop out of summer school.


Registration is open to students in grades 6-12 enrolled in Cabell County Schools on or before May 23, 2016. Registration will be completed by the student’s counselor by the last day for students. Students must live in county to attend summer school. Registration will also be held in the lobby of the Central Office, June 6-8, from 10 AM-12 PM. Payment for high school recover is due at that time.

The last day to register for summer school will be June 10. To register contact the school counselor.


Students will attend during designated time periods between 8:00 AM and 2:30 PM, Monday through Thursday. Daily attendance is tied to the successful completion of recovery courses or mastery of skills. Students will be permitted to complete assignments (not tests) at home with the permission of the assigned teacher.

Successful Completion

Students will complete their course(s) when they have successfully passed every unit test assigned to him/her. For instance, if a student is able to complete the coursework in three weeks, he/she may do so; however, all work must be completed no later than Thursday, July 21, 2016.


Note: Students may recover credit for up to three (3) courses


English 9

English 10

English 11

English 12


Math I, II, III, IV


Math IV TR

Transition Math for Seniors


Physical Science




Earth Science

Forensic Sci.

Social Studies:

World Studies

US History

Contemp. Studies




Spanish I, II

French I, II

Latin I, II

Phys. Educ. (1 sem.)

Middle School

Language Arts 6-8 Math 6-8 Reading 6-8 Science 6-8 Social Studies 6-8

How students will earn a grade

Content will be delivered through Odysseyware, an online course program. Unit and mastery tests are averaged for a final grade for the course.

Transcription of Grades

The student’s failing grade will remain on the student’s transcript.The recovered grade will be the average of the original final grade with the Odysseyware grade. For example: If a student failed English 10 during the regular school year with 55% and then received an 82% in Odysseyware during summer school, his transcript would reflect two English 10 courses: One will be the original course attempted and the other will be the 82% being averaged with the 55% for his cumulative grade point average. The original course grade will be excluded from the GPA calculation.


The summer program will be overseen by Dustin O’Field, Summer School Administrator


7:45-8:00 AM and 2:30-3:00 PM – Teacher prep, parent conferences, and hallway/bus duty

3:10 PM – Teachers leave


Starting Times: · 8:00 AM · 9:30 AM · 11:00-11:30 AM Lunch · 11:30 AM · 1:00 PM

**ALL students are dismissed at 2:30**


Transportation will not be provided; however, TTA bus passes are available upon request.

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