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Summer School 2020 at Mater Dei Catholic High School is intended to provide an opportunity for students to improve basic skills, further academic progress, and/or improve a deficient grade. Summer School provides students with the opportunity to meet the expected learning results and earn credit to advance to the next level.

 

WELCOME

Dear Student and Parents,

 

Whether you are a returning student or a new addition to the Mater Dei family, we are pleased you are joining us this summer. We want all of you to be successful at Mater Dei, and believe that strong communication between students, parents, and teachers is a key part of achieving that goal. We encourage each student to be responsible for him/herself and to respect others, which promotes a safe learning environment.

 

All classes will meet in a distance learning platform this summer 12 times for 4 hours per day. This will allow students taking a full year course to learn the material sequentially. With such a condensed schedule, understanding the absence and tardy policies is very important, so please take note of them. All absence and tardy policies will remain the same in Distance Learning.

 

The faculty and administration at Mater Dei are dedicated to improving the quality of education that we provide to our students and would appreciate your input and comments. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Go Crusaders!

 

Ms. Noel Leon, Summer School Principal

2020

ATTENDANCE

 

Students are expected to attend all classes and be on time. Students cannot miss more than 1 class during summer school. A second absence in a class will lower the final grade by one full letter grade. Students missing more than 2 days will be dismissed from summer school without a refund or credit for the course(s).

TARDINESS

 

Students are expected to be on time for all classes. Classes begin promptly at 8:00 am. Arrival more than 1 hour late to class (after 9am) will count as an absence.

Three tardies count as one absence.

 

ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION

 

COURSE OUTLINE/SYLLABUS

 

The teacher will provide each student with the course outline/syllabus on the first day of summer school. The syllabus will identify the expected learning outcome of the course, assessment and evaluation procedures, contact information, and more.

 

GRADES

 

Grades are always available on Schoology. No printed progress reports will be issued.

 

 

STUDENT ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

ASSIGNMENTS

 

Students are expected to submit all assignments and homework on time. In the case of any absences, students are responsible for obtaining and completing all missed work.

 

DISCIPLINE

 

Students attend Summer School by choice; therefore, discipline problems will not be tolerated. Summer School will enforce the policy and procedures of Mater Dei Catholic High School, including a modified dress code (see below). Disciplinary problems will result in the student being withdrawn from the program with no refund or credit.

 

DRESS CODE

 

Students are expected wear clothing that is neat in appearance and appropriate for our school environment

  • Open toe, steel toe, platform shoes  are never permitted.
  • Clothing representation of any representation of suggestive pictures or writing.
  • Students cannot wear tight jeans/ skinny jeans, pants that are slit at the bottom or have rips or cuts including shorts that are cut-off or shorter than three inches from the knee,  leggings as pants or any form athletic attire.
  • Head gear of any kind is never permitted on campus during school days. Sleeveless, Half shirts, crop tops, midriff halters, backless or low neckline shirts are not allowed.
  • Blankets are not allowed on campus as sweaters.

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