6177 – Instruction – Specialized Programs – Summer School

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Adopted – 3/5/1998
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The Governing Board recognizes that summer school provides valuable oppor-tunities for students to improve their skills and make academic progress. When the need is demonstrated and funds are available, the Superintendent or designee, with Board approval, shall establish summer school day and/or evening classes for purposes of remediation, enrichment or acceleration.

Elementary and Middle School Program

To the extent that space is available after district students have enrolled, remaining openings in summer high school classes for core academic subjects shall be open to private school students.

The remaining openings shall be offered to district students on a first-come first-serve basis.

Because summer courses cover extensive instructional content in a relatively short time period, consistent class attendance is crucial.

Students who have more than three excused absences shall not receive credit for their summer session class(es).

Students who have more than one unexcused absence shall not receive credit for their summer session class(es).

Secondary School Program

Summer school at the high school level is available to students through arrange-ments with the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District.

EC 37252-253, 41976.5, EC 42239-239.6, 46010, 51220, 51730-732, 54000-54036, 58700-702, 58806; CODE OF REGS, TITLE 5 3043, 11470-472; 70 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 282 (1987)
CSBA Date – 6/97

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