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    Summer School

    Summer School Schedule

    Summer School Schedule

    Summer School 2022

    McClellan High School is offering its own summer school program this year.  All summer school classes will meet on campus.  We will offer both live instruction and Internet-based courses for students to make up missed credits.  

    Classes will begin Tuesday, May 31 and end Thursday, June 30.  Classes will meet Monday through Thursday between those dates, from 9 am to 12 pm.  Attendance is mandatory for the 18 days of summer school.

    Students who sign up for summer school will be placed in the classes they need the most.  Students needing math or English credits may be placed in a class with an instructor; students needing credits in other classes will take classes online through the Edgenuity program.  

    Students may take only two Edgenuity classes at a time.  In order to take another class, a student must finish at least one by June 15.  Students wishing to take more than two Edgenuity classes can discuss this with the counselor and principal.  

    Since there are only 18 days of summer school,daily attendance is mandatory.  Students who are absent for any reason may be dropped from summer school.

    This is an excellent opportunity for students to make up credits they need. 
    Classes Monday-Thursday - May 31  - Wed June 30 (18 days)
         Monday, June 20 is a holiday
    English - Edgenuity
    9:00-9:58 am
    Math - Edgenuity
    10:00-10:58 am
    11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Students doing no work in classes or disrupting others may be dropped from summer school.


    In-Person attendance for all periods is mandatory in Summer School.
    Students must be present on the first day, or they will be dropped.
    Students who miss more than one day of summer school may be dropped.
    Three tardies to school will equal one absence.
    Edgenuity Courses

    Edgenuity Courses

    Edgenuity courses are online.   They are estimated to require 25-35 hours of work time to complete.
    Students enrolled in these courses are expected to work on them during the assigned periods in Summer School. 
    Students may also work on these courses outside of school hours.
    Students may take only two Edgenuity classes at a time. 
    In order to take another class, a student must finish at least one class by June 15. 
    dress code for summer school

    dress code for summer school

    The CUSD Board of Trustees and McClellan staff believe proper dress and grooming is part of a positive educational experience.  School should be a place of learning and preparation for a successful future. Students are expected to attend school in clean, neat clothing.  
    Following a dress code policy at school should be seen as preparation for successful habits in the workforce.  At all times, student attire should be suitable for employment in the community.  
    While there is a certain amount of subjectivity in applying any dress code, it should be noted that the decisions of the administration shall be final in dress code matters.
    All students shall abide by the following:
    • Shoes must be worn at all times.  Shoes must have a sufficiently hard sole to be safe.  Soft-soled or cloth-soled shoes (such as house slippers) are not permitted.
    • Hats may be worn as long as they follow other dress code rules.  Hoods, doo rags, or similar may not be worn anywhere on campus at any time.
    • Clothing, jewelry, and personal items (backpacks, purses, key chains, water bottles, etc.) shall be free of writing, pictures, or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane, or sexually suggestive, which bear drug, alcohol, or tobacco advertising or references, which depict weapons, or which advocate violence or racial, ethnic, or religious prejudice.  Images of characters violating school rules are also prohibited.
    • Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. Shirts must cover the entire torso, including the chest, back, and midriff.  Skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh are prohibited.  Holes/openings showing skin above the middle of the thigh are prohibited.
    • Tattoos, brands, and other body marks need to be appropriate, following all dress code rules. Inappropriate tattoos would include those that contain profanity, gang references, or are considered to be outside the bounds of decency, safety, and good taste. If a tattoo is deemed inappropriate by the administration, the student will be required to cover the tattoo before entering school campus and keep it covered while at school.  
    • No gang symbols or references will be worn, written on student belongings and/or displayed in any manner.  The school board has given school staff the authority to request that any clothing or accessory that may have a gang connotation be removed or not worn.  Students displaying gang-related behavior, as determined by the administration, will be subject to more stringent dress code restrictions.
    • Coaches and teachers may impose more stringent dress requirements to accommodate the special needs of certain sports and/or classes.
    Students not in compliance with dress code will be sent to the office to change into clothes provided by the school when available, or they may call home and wait for someone to bring them appropriate clothing.  Students will be kept in office until they are dressed appropriately or until the school day ends.